“I love you.”
They’re the three sweetest words in the English language.
And that’s why you never let a day go by without saying it to your kids.
Those three words are a reminder you’re always there to make their lives wondrous…
...and to do your best to keep them safe from everything that’s NOT so good for them.
With that in mind, let’s talk about three OTHER little words you say to your kids…
...words that, when they hear them, can cause screaming, hiding, and tears:
“IT’S BATH TIME!”
“Unlike grown-ups, most kids do NOT enjoy a bath at the end of a long day!”
Of course, your little ones may be part of that rare group that actually enjoy taking a bath.
But if they’re like so many children out there, the news that it’s bath time usually hits them like someone’s just run off with their favorite toy.
In fact, child therapists have uncovered lots of reasons kids can react badly to bath time.
Some kids have a hard time with quick activity changes...making it hard to suddenly go from playing or exploring, to sitting still in the tub.
They may be afraid of slipping and falling...or of getting sucked down the drain.
And in quite a lot of instances...they’re scared to get soap in their eyes.1
Honestly, who can blame them for that?
If you’ve ever experienced the burning irritation of shampoo in your own eyes, you know there’s nothing more unpleasant.
And for a child’s eyes, which continue to develop and strengthen as they grow, it can be genuinely hazardous!2
TEAR-FREE SHAMPOO: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Naturally, the need to protect children’s eyes has led to a range of widely available “tear-free” children’s and baby shampoos.
And it is true: These brands are missing a number of abrasive irritants that can sting and harm your kids’ eyes.
Unfortunately, while they do offer your little ones that extra vision protection…
...many still include a lot of the same harsh, hair-harming ingredients of mass-market shampoos.
“Whether you’re a child or adult, the shampoo aisle of your local market has some bad things waiting for your hair!”
It’s sad but true:
Children’s shampoo may take away those tears...but you won’t like what it’s still bringing along with it!
THE CARE YOUR KIDS DESERVE
So, if you’re looking to give your kids a soothing, worry-free bath time hair experience...without the threat from all those unnecessary extra shampoo ingredients…
...we invite you to try this basic, thoroughly safe, softly fragrant homemade children’s shampoo!
This formula includes castile soap...an olive-oil-derived, non-toxic, and biodegradable cleanser.
It removes the excess sebum (scalp oil) from your kid’s hair...but it doesn’t completely strip the essential moisture from their strands, like commercial shampoos can when overused.
And, it gives this shampoo those foamy suds kids love to play with!5
In this DIY shampoo, you’ll also find vegetable glycerin.
Available at most popular drugstores, this natural moisturizer helps your child’s scalp absorb vital nutrients...to keep their hair growing strong, long, and shiny!6
Plus, there’s a touch of lavender essential oil.
“Lavender smells every bit at soft and lovely as it looks!”
This will soothe your child’s naturally sensitive skin...while leaving their hair with a clean, fresh scent they, and you, will love!
DIY SOFT-AND-SAFE CHILDREN’S SHAMPOO
The ingredients you need to make this homemade kids’ shampoo are:
And the good news is, making this shampoo for your children is so simple...it’s like child’s play itself!
And believe it or not...that’s all it takes!
Just be sure to shake up the bottle every time, before you add a small amount to your child’s hair before washing.
That will keep the ingredients blended...and working together to give your kids sleek, luminous, and richly nourished hair!7
JUST ANOTHER WAY TO SAY IT
When you think of a bath, it means warmth, relaxation, and rejuvenation.
But when you’re a kid, bath time can be a frustrating, sometimes even traumatic occasion.
So we hope this gentle, easy-cleaning homemade children’s shampoo will let your little ones know the bathtub is indeed a safe place…
...and help them learn when you tell them, “It’s bath time”...
...that’s just one more way you say “I love you!”
“This shampoo just might have your kids actually looking forward to bath time!”