Kids No-Rinse Conditioner

My kids hate having their hair washed. “Wash hair night” isn’t fun for any of us, as they scream and whine like little (grumpy) puppy dogs. So when my hairdresser recently suggested I purchase a natural leave-in-conditioner (no rinsing), I was happy to try it out. And what a success! Now instead of pouring water over their head TWO times (shampoo and conditioner), I only have to rinse their hair once.  Little Green not only smells good and conditions their hair, but it is natural and green, too. Amen.

 

Little Green

Their products: shampoo, lotion, detangler, and body balm.

Their products: shampoo, lotion, detangler, and body balm.

Natural!!!

Natural!!!

 

Cute and green.

Cute and green

The spout.

The spout

Big brother, Cruzzie, likes to spray the conditioner into Zoe's hair.

Big brother, Cruzzie, likes to spray the conditioner into Zoe’s hair

 

The kids (obviously) love spraying the mist into their hair but more importantly, it prevents knots AND conditions. To buy, go to their website or amazon. Your kids will LOVE it. Trust me — we have packed it up ready for the summer in Oregon — which we leave for tomorrow. 6 AM flight.  Awesome. Until Eugene, hasta luego!

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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6 Comments

  1. you’re right! this is a great solution – works really well with my kids also! Have you tried using Quidad or Deva products for styling? they’re pretty clean(safe ingredients) and make for easy/curl styling, perfect for the summer.

  2. Can’t say I blame the kids, I still feel like shrieking when I have to do my hair.

  3. yeah, we got a call last month and then today from Brandon Hills of the Criminal Investigation branch of the IRS for my step-daughter who has an Indian name. I hear they are targeting immigrants who may be insecure about their status here and don’t want to get in any trouble. They threaten. The IRS, as much as they have a bad rap, would not do this.

  4. Hello, I am new to blogging and websites in general and was wanting to know how you got the “www” included in your web address name? I see your domain name, ” has the www and my web address looks like, “http://mydomain.com”. Do you know the best way I can change this? I’m using WordPress. Many thanks

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