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Combs for babies and kids

Small kid's skin and scalp are sensitive. Also, very few babies are born with a lot of hair - some are completely bald. Some young kids grow hair in patches on their heads, and kid's hair is very fine and thin.

A comb is the ideal choice for small kid's hair. You can comb through their fine hair with a little comb made especially for kids, without tangling or pulling the hair and without disturbing the scalp.

It can be a challenge to get your kid used to having their hair straightened when they are young. But with a soft comb it can actually be a pleasant experience.

It is important that you comb your kid's hair and prevent it from tangling in as gentle a way as possible. Combing your kid's hair can also be very calming and therapeutic for your kid and a great way to help them fall asleep.

Close combs for babies and kids

Close combs are practical and necessary in every home with kids. They are ideal for removing arps, head lice and eggs in a gentle and gentle way. You can advantageously combine a close comb with a lice treatment in case of lice. They can be difficult to get rid of, so remember to comb your kid's hair and scalp thoroughly with a close comb on a daily basis until you are absolutely sure that the lice and their eggs have been eradicated.

As I said, a comb is also a useful tool against arp. Arp is very common in young kids. Often it seems as if it just comes out of the blue.

You can easily exfoliate your baby's sensitive scalp with a good close comb after you have oiled it. In this way, you can gently remove scars from your kid's scalp.

Although arp does not harm your baby and usually goes away on its own within a few months, you can help the process along and give your kid a really good feeling with a close comb.

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