Here’s the trick to getting your kids to embrace better hygiene
Luckily, there’s no magic involved
When it comes to protecting their little ones, there are two types of parents. The ones who buy disinfectant by the barrel, scrutinise labels on all their products and vacuum the floor, drapes and even Bunty’s Chhota Bheem plush toy. The other camp believes childhood should be like… well, camp. Where kids are free to run around and play, connect with nature and practice self-sufficiency from a young age. What unites both teams is their desire to protect their children’s immunity even if they may differ on the approach.
Luckily, there exists a bridge between these two worlds. One that also makes bath time more fun, especially if your children resort to trickery and begging to delay it. Cocomo’s natural skin and hair care products are designed with a kids-first approach. Free of harmful toxins and chemicals, these are dermatologically tested to ensure they’re gentle on the skin and hair, but effective in getting rid of dirt and germs, especially in active kids and teens.
The Cocomo kids shampoo-conditioners contain the goodness of neem, aloe vera and coconut oil, which help reduce dandruff and nourish the hair. They are available in three fragrances — minty, citrus and floral — so you can allow your kids to practice their executive decision-making skills.
If you grew up with a Sunday champi ritual, and want to pass that on to your kids, consider their 12-in-one hair oil. Free of mineral oil, parabens and sulphates, the composition blends 12 natural hair oils that deeply nourish the scalp while reducing frizz and strengthening the hair shafts.
Cocomo believes that imparting hygienic self-care lessons to kids doesn’t have to be a chore. And once they pick their favourite products, chances are you’ll have to insist they stop dancing under the shower.