Give your baby dark and beautiful hair

Having plump and beautiful hair is one of the signs of a baby’s health.

However, many babies have some problems with their hair to varying degrees, which have not caused parents’ attention. As a result, ill hair, gray hair, dryness, hair loss and other pathological symptoms have appeared, so parents should start paying attention to hair care.

  Several principles of caring for your baby’s hair. Pay attention to nutrition. From the beginning of the mother’s pregnancy, there must be enough protein and vitamins and trace elements.

After birth, the baby should be given comprehensive and balanced nutrition, and supplementary foods should be added in time to correct bad eating habits.

Ensure a reasonable mix of meat, fish, camp, milk, vegetables, and fruits in the diet, and at the same time give iodine-rich laver and kelp.

These nutrients can be supplied to the hair roots through the blood circulation, making the hair beautiful and strong.

  Develop a good living habit. The baby’s brain is not fully developed, so it is easy to fatigue. If you lack sleep, you will easily get sick and make your hair grow poorly.

To sleep on time, babies over 10 months should be guaranteed to sleep for 10-13 hours.

You need to eat regularly and regularly, and get more sun, and cultivate good hygiene habits, which is conducive to the normal growth and development of the head.

  If you often shampoo your baby, the oil, sweat, and dirt on the scalp will irritate the scalp, cause itching and blistering, and even cause infections, scalp hair, and even hair loss, or even regeneration.

Wash your newborn baby’s hair once a day in hot weather.

After 6 months, wash the hair once every 2 days.

Keep your hair clean and improve hair growth.

When washing the baby’s hair, the mother needs to change the baby’s mild shampoo. When washing the hair, gently massage the baby’s hair with the palm of the hand. Do not use excessive force to cause scalp damage.

  Frequently combing mothers should always prepare a rubber comb for the baby, and often take it out to comb the baby.

It is important to note that when combing your baby’s hair, be sure to comb along the direction in which the baby’s hair grows naturally, not in the opposite direction.

Regular combing of hair can stimulate the scalp, promote local blood circulation, and help hair growth.

  Intimate tips 1.

After shampooing, do not blow your baby too hot to prevent the baby’s fragile hair and scalp from being damaged.

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When tying a baby to a fragile child, do not pull the hair hard or tie it with a rubber band, otherwise some of the stretched hair may be easily lost.

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Before shampooing your baby, use a small comb to straighten your hair to prevent it from tangling together.

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Do not let your baby’s forehead hair grow over her eyebrows, otherwise it will affect her vision.

  Several factors that affect the baby’s hair abnormality. Congenital genetic factors. The amount of human hair is determined at 6 months.

The amount of hair cannot be increased after the baby is born, but many acquired factors may affect the quality and quantity of hair.

Some babies have dark brown or light brownish black hair, which is genetically determined.

Some babies have some white hair in a particular situation, which is also the same phenomenon in questioning parents, which is also caused by genetic factors.

  Climatic factors Dry weather in autumn can make your baby’s hair dry and break easily.

  Nutritional factors Calcium-deficient babies are prone to hair loss, which usually manifests in the pillow.

Do n’t eat milk and chocolate together, because the calcium in milk is combined with oxalic acid in chocolate, which contains calcium oxalate. Calcium oxalate does not break down water. Long-term consumption will make your baby dry.

An unbalanced diet, protein, or trace elements can also make your hair yellow.

  Drug factors Some antibiotics, aspirin, furantoin, cyclophosphamide, cyclosporine, etc. can cause hair loss.

  Disease factors Scalp sores, typhoid fever, dysentery, hepatitis, tuberculosis and other diseases can affect the normal development of hair, and can also affect hair roots through the nervous system and peripheral blood circulation to cause hair loss.

Congenital albinism turns white hair and body hair.

Tumor radiation therapy can cause rapid hair loss.

  Other factors include disturbed sleep, excessive sweating, and the baby’s head rubbing against the pillow, resulting in a similar pillow loss as calcium deficiency.