Soothe your baby’s scalp and hair with our specially curated Moisture Must-Haves for Baby Hair, including our iconic Miss Jessie’s Baby Buttercreme, olive oil scented baby shampoo and conditioner, coconut oil or avocado oil hair pudding to help protect against irritation, nourish the scalp and moisturize dry hair.
Give your baby’s curls a helping hand with Miss Jessie’s Baby Thickening Butterscreme. This butter-based cream is formulated for soft and silky ringlets, making it perfect for babies with natural curly or kinky locks.”
What Can I Use to Moisturize my Baby’s Hair?
8 Ways to Moisturize Baby’s Hair
- Baby Oil.
- Miss Jessie’s Baby Buttercreme.
- Just For Me Lotion.
- Baby Vaseline.
- Olive Oil Shampoo and Conditioner.
- Coconut Oil.
- Hair Pudding.
- Shea Butter + Coconut Oil.
Whatever your baby needs, we’ve got the products for you. From shampoo and conditioning to moisturizing baby oils, pure olive oil and other favorites, you can find the best nutrition for your baby’s hair in one place.
Baby’s skin is delicate and sensitive, so you want to treat it with the best moisturizers. But what’s best? It depends on your baby’s hair type. If your baby has curly hair, look for products that contain a good amount of coconut oil and an added protein-rich ingredient like shea butter. For those whose hair naturally tends towards dryness, oils like olive oil can be great additions; they are lightweight enough not to make baby’s hair greasy, yet they provide nourishing moisture.
Rejuvenate and moisturize baby hair with moisturizers from the best black haircare brands in the market.
A baby’s hair is soft and delicate. This means that extra care must be given to it from the time of birth. While most parents are aware of this, there are not too many who can tell you what exactly you should use for your baby’s hair as far as moisturizing goes. In this article, we will tell you exactly what kind of oil, butter and other products are safe for your infant’s sensitive scalp
Hair Moisturizer for Black Babies
African-American moms are often concerned about keeping baby’s hair soft. For example, Milkmomma014 from the Mom365 Community group Chocolate Mommies says: “My 3.5 mo old has very dry hair. I have been using jojoba oil ad safflower oil in it but I am curious to know what other mommies use.”
Many moms chimed in–we’ve gathered a bunch of their ideas. Read on and see gentle ways to treat baby’s delicate hair.
- Baby Oil
- Miss Jessie’s Baby Buttercreme
- Just For Me Lotion
- Baby Vaseline
- Olive Oil Shampoo and Conditioner
- Coconut Oil
- Hair Pudding
- Shea Butter + Coconut Oil