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    H_KTKN posted:
    What age you can use the hair conditioner? My girls are 5 and 8. The 8 years old has lots of hair and it I wonder if I can put some conditioner on but I don't know if it she is too young to use the conditioner. Any one has any idea? of what brands should I use for this age?

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    lisaphila responded:
    I douse my daughter's hair with conditioner...very curly, knot prone hair. Have since she was 3.

    Just keep it out of her eyes.
     
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    FCL responded:
    You can use conditioner at any age. Avoid the "specially for kids" brands - they're not so efficient as the adult ones and (according to a hairdresser friend) they are much more aggressive...


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