Saturday, September 3, 2011

Review: Little Green Kids Conditioning Hair Detangler

When I was little, I took swimming lesson every summer. I used to love the lessons but I dreaded the requisite shower that always followed. My long hair would become snarled and unruly, leading to a painful combing or brushing. Kids nowadays have access to some fantastic products that can help detangle hair and protect against chlorine without a swim cap. One such product is Little Green Conditioning Hair Detangler.

  • Pleasant fragrance
  • Spray bottle contains many applications
  • Avoids many harsh chemicals
  • Formulated for sensitive skin
  • Provides protection against sun, salt, and chlorine
  • Could use even safer ingredients
This conditioning hair detangler is great to provide an extra layer of protection for those who frequently find themselves outside or in the water. I love the easy spray applicator and it has a nice fragrance. However, I would recommend using this in addition to a regular conditioner with some detangling properties (such as Jason Kids Only! Detangling Conditioner). Together, the two products make a great team in the battle against tangles and damaging environmental hazards. I recommend this product for those who are active outdoors or in the water and are looking for a a little extra detangling power. My only suggestion would be to reformulate it to include even safer ingredients, though it is already much gentler than most conventional detanglers.

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Product Ratings (out of 5)


1 comment:

  1. My daughter loves this spray! It does not only smells good, it really helps us with making her hair. It is so wavy and unruly that a simple process of braid making can become a real challenge for both. Since I've found this detangler,, we don't have this problem anymore. I would recommend it.


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