It makes sense for certain beauty products to be made for babies. Gentle baby shampoos, fragrance-free lotions, and paraben-free soaps all seem like reasons to infantilize grownup products. But Le Baby Hair Gel is pushing the limits. Free of parabens, fragrance, and sulfates, the $9.95 formula was developed for babies, toddlers, and anybody else who has sensitive skin.
Founder Tami Dimmerman came up with the concept while attempting to find a gel to tame her daughter's flyaways. Le Baby promises to "thicken baby-fine hair," among other things. But is a hair gel for babies even necessary? I've never looked into a designer stroller and thought, "Cute kid. If only he had a fauxhawk." Would you use this on a child, or do you prefer to let little ones' hair run wild?