As I Am Born Curly

What’s in My Daughter’s Hair Caddy

October 6, 2016

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of As I Am® Naturally. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hair wash day can be quite the ordeal around here dependent on the day and how the wind is blowing. The days where she is not tender headed while excitedly perusing Pinterest  for cute hairstyles are slowly starting to outnumber the days where there are tears and repeated requests to hold her head still. I am finding that good hair products as well aid in making the process go smoother.

Controlling her behavior toward getting her hair done is nothing I can totally control outside of making sure I am as patient and gentle with her as possible. I’ve managed to speed the process up by making sure I have all of the products I need in one place and corralled together to keep the area under the sink tidy.

We have two baskets one for washing products and one for post washing.  Her washing basket contains any shampoos, conditioners and oils I use when washing, conditioning and detangling. Currently in her basket is the entire line of As I Am Born Curly, honey, coconut and castor oils, hair clips, and a detangling comb.

We are currently using As I Am Born Curly  products, and my hands down favorite is the Avocado Cowash. It has essentially been on repeat for the past few weeks so much so that I haven’t tried any of the other shampoos.  The Argan Leave-In Conditioner and Detangler has also been working wonders in helping with detangling and the retention of moisture post wash.

The As I Am Born Curly line was created for babies and children up to age 10.  Born Curly is certified organic and carries the NSF seal of approval; anything without that seal can’t be certified as being truly organic.

When it comes to products I rarely throw around the words “must have” but from now on I must have the Shea and Coco Butter Balm.

This stuff is amazing. It can be used on the hair or body. I’ve mixed it in with her regular conditioner as well as used it daily. The consistency is like a whipped butter but a little harder, it melts into a light oil when rubbed between your fingers or hands. No build up with daily use and the smell is light. I’ve also been using it on my hands and it leaves a nice moisturized glow to the skin without looking greasy.

The other products in the line include, Rosemary Vanilla Twist Defining SmoothieNourishing Hair & Body Oil, Aloe Shampoo & Wash and  Argan Curl Defining Jelly

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  • Reply
    Sonya Kendall
    October 6, 2016 at 5:40 pm

    I going to have to look for this line at the store. I’m down for anything that makes combing my kids hair easier.

  • Reply
    October 7, 2016 at 8:00 am

    I’ll have to look for these products!! Thanks for sharing what you do for Addi’s hair.

  • Reply
    October 12, 2016 at 4:46 pm

    Thank you for sharing! Victoria is almost 2 and the Johnson and Johnson Baby Shampoo, isn’t working anymore. I’m going to try this out on her little curls.

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