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Tame Mini Fly-Aways with Le Baby Hair Gel

01/21/2010 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy of Le Baby

Whether your little one’s going for Kingston Rossdale‘s edgy mohawk or Suri Cruise‘s adorable shaggy bob, Le Baby hair gel ($10) is the way to go. Not only does it tame fly-aways and smooth out frizz, but it’s hypoallergenic so it won’t irritate kids with sensitive skin.

From curly to bone straight, the gel’s all-natural formula — it’s paraben-, chemical- and fragrance-free  — will leave your child’s mane shiny and more manageable. Plus, the container’s super compact so it fits easily in diaper bags for on-the-go fixes.

Want some for your tot? Buy Le Baby here.

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Emaline on

Oh this is good! I always like to spike up my son’s hair a bit but I worry about using my gel with who knows what in it. Thanks!

Emaline on

Oh this is good! I always like to spike up my son’s hair a bit but I worry about using my gel with who knows what in it. Thanks!

Shelley on

Oh come on! Hair gel for babies?!

Fricks sake, use whatever you have at home. It’s not like you’re coating his face in it or feeding it to him…it’s for his HAIR!

Shelley on

Oh come on! Hair gel for babies?!

Fricks sake, use whatever you have at home. It’s not like you’re coating his face in it or feeding it to him…it’s for his HAIR!

Sandra on

OMG is that really necessary? Seriously. Kids are adorable regardless of what they look like or what their hair looks like. Forget the gel and let them go au natural. They have their entire life to fuss with their hair.

Sandra on

OMG is that really necessary? Seriously. Kids are adorable regardless of what they look like or what their hair looks like. Forget the gel and let them go au natural. They have their entire life to fuss with their hair.

Olivia on

@Sandra, it depends on the baby. My 9 month old daughter has long, curly hair (below her shoulder blades when wet), and I am looking for hair products for her. I don’t try to do much most days since she will lay on it and it will get frizzy and tangled eventually. Her wild, natural hair is fun to look at, but for certain events it would be nice to have an option for keeping her hair neater.

Olivia on

@Sandra, it depends on the baby. My 9 month old daughter has long, curly hair (below her shoulder blades when wet), and I am looking for hair products for her. I don’t try to do much most days since she will lay on it and it will get frizzy and tangled eventually. Her wild, natural hair is fun to look at, but for certain events it would be nice to have an option for keeping her hair neater.

Colleen on

I find that sunscreen actually works really well as hair gel! I didn’t know what to use to give my little guy a fauxhawk when his hair was in a weird growth stage, so I started using sunscreen, as I was applying it anyways. Works well, safe, and washes out easily!

Colleen on

I find that sunscreen actually works really well as hair gel! I didn’t know what to use to give my little guy a fauxhawk when his hair was in a weird growth stage, so I started using sunscreen, as I was applying it anyways. Works well, safe, and washes out easily!

debberzz on

I would probably buy this if I needed it because products for adults may irritate baby’s eyes when washing it out of his hair.

Fortunately I found a simple trick I’ve used since my 8-month old was born when I was treating his minor cradle cap. I take a drop of baby oil gel (has to be the gel form) & a drop of baby lotion & mix it up in my hands then apply it to his hair, then I use his baby brush to smooth it out. It smooths hair down and if it looks flyaway later I just moisten it lightly with a tiny dab of water on my hands & it’s fine.

debberzz on

I would probably buy this if I needed it because products for adults may irritate baby’s eyes when washing it out of his hair.

Fortunately I found a simple trick I’ve used since my 8-month old was born when I was treating his minor cradle cap. I take a drop of baby oil gel (has to be the gel form) & a drop of baby lotion & mix it up in my hands then apply it to his hair, then I use his baby brush to smooth it out. It smooths hair down and if it looks flyaway later I just moisten it lightly with a tiny dab of water on my hands & it’s fine.

Megan on

I have a tube of this my son won in a bedhead contest. He has really long hair and it tames it like nothing else. We’re big fans.

Megan on

I have a tube of this my son won in a bedhead contest. He has really long hair and it tames it like nothing else. We’re big fans.

Angela on

Olivia, have you tried this? It was advertised on CBB last month: http://celebrity-babies.com/2009/12/08/hair-rules-products-curly-kids-unite/

Angela on

Olivia, have you tried this? It was advertised on CBB last month: http://celebrity-babies.com/2009/12/08/hair-rules-products-curly-kids-unite/

Laura on

Thank you, but I will use my $2 dollar tub of blue hair gel I got at K-Mart.

Laura on

Thank you, but I will use my $2 dollar tub of blue hair gel I got at K-Mart.

Olivia on

Thanks for the link, Angela! I must have missed that post.

Olivia on

Thanks for the link, Angela! I must have missed that post.

stacey on

I just ordered 2 tubs of this stuff because my son has eczema and the stuff from K-mart breaks his little neck and face out… Hopefully this will do the trick since he has longer curly hair…. I don’t have to heart to cut the curls out just so he we don’t have to fuss w/ it.

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