I have 3 very small kids under the age of 6 and only the baby who is 7 months doesn’t mind taking baths and getting her head wet and hair washed. Something over the years of the older 2 kids made them hate water in their faces. I have tried everything to get them to take showers to help save water but it doesn’t help. Even when they take a bath I have to lay them down in the tub and refill up the whole tub with clean water (such a waste of water) and then still cover their eyes with dry washcloths to keep the water out of their eyes. If it gets wet then I have to get another. I am so happy that I found Kair.com that offers many products to help make bath time quicker and so much smoother.
The first product that I got was the Kair Air Cushioned Bath Visor in blue. It is designed for one of two reasons; one so that as you are washing your child’s hair the water and soap stays out of their face and eyes. And/or two your child can learn to wash their own hair with the visor on at a young age without being afraid of the soap and water. My daughter who is 2, has yet to warm up to the visor but we keep trying and my 6 year old son thinks that it is the coolest thing since sliced bread! My next step is to get him out of the tub and into a shower!
The next product is the Rinse Cup with Showerhead Lid in Blue. This is a simple cup with a little added touch with a lid with the ability to separate the water so it doesn’t all get dumped on your child’s head. It’s like a portable shower head for kids! The only downfall with this cup is the lid is very hard to put on so I use it a lot without it.
I really like my new products for the kids; I just hope that my daughter learns to love the visor as much as I do!
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