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Protect Your Kids Hair From The Pool – So Cozy Haircare For Kids

Our community pool opened today and with the long and very hot summer months ahead of us we plan on spending lots of time at the pool! Thankfully I’m learning a lot about protecting my girls hair from the damage of the pool.

Its finally the season of sun, surf, and scorching heat. Your little ones probably cant wait for the summer so they can cannonball straight into the nearest pool. But before you let them rush off to have some fun in the sun, brush up on hair care authority Cozy Friedman’s advice on protecting your child’s hair from the damaging effects of chlorine and the sun’s rays.

We were sent samples to review and I am so happy because I’ve learned so much!

Tips #1: Use a swimmers shampoo. Swimmers shampoos are specially formulated to purify hair by removing toxins and impurities like chlorine and salt. Swimmers shampoos also hydrate hair and keep its color vibrant. Try SO COZY Swimmers Shampoo, which was developed specifically for children ages 1 to 12 years old. SO COZY Swimmers Shampoo is gentle enough to use every day, so there’s no worry of drying out your child s hair, and its enriched with nourishing orange extracts and aloe to prevent damage from frequent exposure to chlorinated water.

Tip # 2:Protect your child’s scalp with a leave-in conditioner spray with SPF. Try SO COZY Protective Conditioning Mist with Sunscreen, a paraben-free leave-in conditioner that also includes sunscreen protection to shield kids delicate hair and scalp from the harmful effects of the sun. Ideal for wet or dry hair, the lightweight mist prevents flyaways and frizz, leaving hair smooth and silky. With a cool coconut scent, SO COZY Protective Conditioning Mist with Sunscreen makes hair care fun for kids.

Head on over to www.SoCozy.com to learn more about the products.

2 Comments

  1. shelly peterson on June 25, 2012 at 11:13 am

    Every summer we spend a lot of time at my friends pool and have never thought of using these types of products. I’m glad you received samples and shared this information.



  2. Sandy VanHoey on June 25, 2012 at 2:43 am

    This is nice! I didn’t really think about protecting their hair but I know with us living in Georgia and my sisters family in Florida, there is lots of heat and lots of pool time. It makes sense our hair should be protected as well. We use sunscreens for the skin, the hair should not dry out as well.