Suave Kids – 2 in 1 Swim & Sport Product Review

First I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Cristy and I am the mom to an active 3 year old who loves to spend time in the neighborhood pool. We had the wonderful opportunity to test out the product made by Suave, for kids, called the 2-in-1 Swim & Sport shampoo. With spending a lot of time in the pool, most will know that the chlorine and various chemicals can damage adult hair but don’t forget about the damage that is done to a child’s hair. Their hair is baby soft on a normal day but after many days in the pool it becomes coarse and not so pleasant to touch. We gave the 2-in-1 Shampoo a try for 7 days. We always wash hair after a day in the pool, which is everyday, so for us, we were consistently using the product.

I was very pleased with the citrus scent as it was kid-friendly and it wasn’t overpowering for a little one. With the Suave name backing this product, it was ophthalmologist tested and is also tear free! Anyone with a toddler knows that they cannot get anything, and I mean, anything into their eyes when you wash their hair. From day one, this shampoo left my daughters hair smoother than our other shampoo and it felt as if it was restoring her previously chlorinated hair. I can happily say that it met and perhaps even exceeded my original expectations. Retails for around $2.50-3.00, I would definitely ditch my other kids shampoo’s and stick with what works for my baby girl.

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