Fab Hair Care Products For Tots
Hip Peas is one way to end hair-brushing battles
We all agree that toddler hair care should be free of the toxic stuff. But it’s nice when it actually works, too. That’s why we’re digging Hip Peas, a natural hair care line made by Dallas mom Stephanie Mahaffey. Her concise-but-crucial collection of balms, detanglers, curl tamers, and cradle cap relievers are a result of her own daughter’s unruly tresses combined with a biomedical science degree and a master’s in health care administration. Not only do the products work (the balm brilliantly combats baby’s fly-aways sans the sticky mess), but they are free of scary “p” words like parabens, phthalates, and petrochemicals. The products are available at Sisters’ Closet in Lake Highlands (10240 E. Northwest Hwy; 214.340.4445), or online; from $10.95 to $14.95. Bonus: ten percent of profits back children’s charities including Living Water International and Compassion International.