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Slick Back Your Child's Hair With Le Baby Gel

Slick Back Your Child's Hair With Le Baby Gel

Ever wonder how parents get their lil ones' hair into those funky fauxhawks? Instead of using their own hair gel and greasing up their tot's strands with lots of funky chemicals, now there's a product to solve all of their unruly hair problems.

Le Baby hair gel ($10) is hypoallergenic, paraben- and sulfate-free, and never tested on animals. Created by a mom who was trying to hold her daughter's wispy flyaway hair in place without using products that would aggravate her eczema, the all-natural gel is strong enough to tame frizzies, but still gentle enough to wash out easily. All of which means that your budding Kingston or Maddox can lather on all the gel they need to grow their spikes even higher.

Would you buy tot-specific hairstyling products?

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MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
lol, they have plenty of time to worry about products later. With the exception of needed things, say, hair oils for very curly/kinky hair, i think its kind of silly to be slathering your kid up daily. But I guess i wouldn't see a point to it considering my curly fly away hair sticks off my head like i've been electrocuted most days anyway. Gel/moose makes it look greasy and i hate adding too much oil. We have done fun stuff with my daughters hair on occasion, but only a few times in 2 1/2 years.
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 7 years
Whatever!! I can hardly get my daughter to tolerate a brushing, let alone a ponytail. The hair gel just would NOT happen.
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