Kayshay Kids Baby Shampoo is a premium, all natural, vegan shampoo that is mild enough to use on your precious infant or toddler. Our shampoo contains only natural and naturally derived ingredients. The cleansers (surfactants is the technical term) are mild enough for use on the gentlest skin. We invite you to compare our ingredient list to any baby shampoo on the market, at any price, from any manufacturer.
Kayshay Kids Baby Shampoo is a gentle foaming gel that is sulfate free and paraben free. Producing a sulfate free shampoo costs a little more (actually a lot more). But, we think it’s worth it. Our baby shampoo is an amber gel that has a natural light scent. We use no artificial fragrances in it. Our ultra-mild formula uses distillates (water-solutions) and essential oils derived from lavender and chamomile. Jojoba oil, rosehip oil, extracts from oats, and wheat protein make this shampoo soothing and great for your baby’s hair and skin.
pH 5 - 5.5
- Sulfate free
- Paraben free
Naturally derived cleansers
Aloe Juice, Lavender Distillate, Roman Chamomile Distillate, Naturall Derived Surfactants (Sodium Cocopolyglucoside Tartrate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Cocopolyglucoside Citrate), Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Natural Vitamin E, Oat Extract, Natural Pro-Vitamin B5, Hydrolyzed Wheat Proteins, Xanthan Gum, Roman Chamomile Essential Oil, German Chamomile Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Jojoba Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Tetrasodium EDTA, Citric Acid
Wash hair once or twice a week. Wet hair. Apply shampoo. Gently massage. Rinse.
By Ms. Chris from Pittsburgh, PA on November 2, 2011
Is the shampoo a tear free formual?
By Treasured Locks Staff on November 3, 2011
Answer:Technically, we cannot use the term "tear free" for our baby shampoo. To officially use the term “Tear Free” we would have to have the product tested and certified by a laboratory, which we have not done.
However, the product is very mild and does not cause irritation to the eyes. It has been tested (informally) on children and infants.