Aunt Jackie's Knot Havin' It Ultimate Leave-in Detangling Moisturizer
The Ultimate leave-in detangling moisturizer for girls.
Knots and tangles, Step off! Aunt Jackie’s Girls supper slippery instant detangler and moisturizing therapy is here. Easy combing for mom and no tears for baby girl! Just a little goes a long way.
Instantly loosens knots and tangles for easier manageability and combing.
Humectants help replenish hair with long-lasting moisture.
Made with natural oils that help strengthen and improve elasticity.
No Mineral Oil
Can I use Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on hair that is chemically treated, and not natural?
YES! Aunt Jackies’s GIRLS can be used on any hair type or texture, including natural, chemically treated, relaxed, and texturized hair. Baby Girl Curls Twisting and Curling Custard can be used as a moisturizer on relaxed hair, but will not result in the wash and go curls. Relaxed hair can only be curled using rods, rollers or thermal curling irons.
Why are Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil and Petrolatum bad for my daughter’s hair?
Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (a kind of “detergent” that helps create lather), can have a stripping effect by removing hairs essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. As for parabens, they are a type of long-lasting preservative. There’s some controversy of whether hormones found in parabens are harmful. There are no parabens in Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products, but we do use eco-friendly, harmless preservatives both to deliver brilliant shine, but tend to dry out over time, attracting dust and particles, causing flaking and clogging pores. Aunt Jackie’s uses natural oils and butter that deliver shine, but won’t flake, cake or form an unhealthy film on hair and scalp.
At what age should I start using Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on my daughter’s hair?
There’s no clear answer to this question. It all depends on the child’s hair type and texture, as well as the stage of development its in. Hair, scalp and skin products used on infants – 3-year-old children, typically have fewer ingredients, as they can be prone to adverse or allergic reactions. Typically, by age 4, youthful scalp and hair starting to develop into a slightly more mature state.
Why are there some ingredients that contain ALCOHOL in Aunt Jackie’s products?
There are 2 different classes of alcohols used in the hair products. Some are drying alcohols, which are bad for the hair (making it dry, brittle and crunchy feeling) the others are safe alcohols that are used for enhancing hair’s health, stabilizing fragrances or thickening formulas. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS only use of alcohol are in the safer class, primarily used to stabilize the fragrance. They have no known negative or adverse affects on hair.