FAWN AND MILK BRUSH AND COMB SET
*PLEASE NOTE* this brush has been reduced due to slight scuffing on the edge of the brush head. It does not affect the performance of the brush, just the aesthetic.
Fawn and milk brush and comb set brush head and beautifully wrapped in a signature printed ribbon, they are the perfect little unisex gift.
Please note: due to the natural nature of the materials used wood shades may vary from each individual set.
What are the benefits of brushing your baby’s hair?
Keeps the Scalp Stimulated
Your baby’s scalp is stimulated when you brush their hair, even with a soft natural bristle baby brush. Stimulating the hair follicles increases blood flow to the scalp which promotes healthy hair growth. Our baby boy has a beautiful head of hair and I’m sure it’s because we have been brushing it regularly from early on.
Calming and Comforting for Baby
Particularly when your baby is a newborn, brushing their hair can relax your baby and even help them go to sleep. This may be particularly useful if your baby has trouble settling down for a sleep. The added benefit of this is that it hopefully will help you get a bit more sleep too!
Massages the Scalp
You can give your baby a gentle scalp massage as you brush their hair, and if they enjoy it you can also use your baby hair brush to massage their necks and shoulders. Did you know that massaging is one of many stimuli that exercises your baby’s nervous system? Exercising your baby’s nervous system will help them develop a stronger brain and central nervous system.
Treats Cradle Cap
A very useful reason to regularly brush your baby’s hair is to reduce the chances of them developing cradle cap. Brushing has been known to reduce existing cradle cap, and can help to treat cradle cap by teasing the flakes from the scalp. I’ll be sharing my tips on treating cradle cap soon.
Styles Their Hair
It makes your baby look amazing! When you brush you can style their hair however you like. Brushing everyday makes their hair beautifully silky and shiny. It also helps with the matted ‘bed’ hair they may wake up with. I find that if I brush my baby’s hair really well after his bath and make sure it is really dry before he goes to bed, then he is much less likely to wake up with messy ‘bed’ hair the next day.