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Tear Free Shampooing Techniques

It’s hard to get kids to wash their hair if they always find themselves crying with shampoo in their eyes. With these easy tips, you can cut down on the tears and get your kids to have clean hair again.

Tear Free Shampoo

Tear-free children’s shampoos are a good product to use here even while you’re teaching your children to keep water out of their eyes. That way, there is a minimum amount of discomfort even in the event of a mishap.

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The simplest way to keep water out of your kids’ eyes is to have them turn their entire faces upward while washing their hair, so water dripping down runs along their hair or down their back rather than into their eyes. This tends to work better if your children are patient enough to allow you to wash their hair while they start at the ceiling; any movement will negate the benefit of the exercise.

Binoculars

Play games with your child and have them mime binoculars or a visor while you wash their hair, making sure their hands are in close contact with their faces. The game will help them remember to keep their hands in position to keep water from getting in their eyes.

Water Pitcher

Use a small pitcher or even a garden watering can to give you control of the water while you’re shampooing or rinsing. With these you can even teach your child to pour rinse water on their own hair in a way that doesn’t get water in their eyes, and with some attention and practice, you’ll be able to rinse them easily even on days when they have a hard time sitting still

Detachable Shower Heads

A detachable shower head is a great tool for dampening and rinsing hair for tear-free shampooing. Since you can control the force and angle of the water with ease, you will be able to avoid your child’s eyes easily.

Special Tools

There are a number of tools available in the baby section of stores that can assist you in tear-free shampooing. For instance, there are a number of pitcher-like devices with a flexible front side and rim rather than a spout; these are intended

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