One of the first things that drew me to TruKid is the fact that they are cruelty-free. This is extremely important to me, as I don’t want my son’s personal hygiene products causing harm to other animals. Another major “yay” factor is that the Environmental Working Group, an organization which I’ve referenced dozens of times in my freelance writing job, awarded the entire line of TruKid’s products the highest safety rating. The products are safe for the environment and safe for your child. It’s a double-win.
The Silly Shampoo with it’s new Super-Sensitive formula takes all that awesomeness a step further. The second ingredient in the shampoo is Aloe. Maybe I don’t get out enough, but I’ve never seen aloe used in shampoo, and I was really intrigued. Aloe is great stuff. It’s like the superstar of plants. Every house should have an Aloe plant. Well, except mine, because I managed to kill mine somehow, despite the fact that they’re supposed to be virtually impossible to screw up. Featuring aloe as the second ingredient (after water, which is pretty much always the first ingredient) was a pretty big drawing factor of the Silly Shampoo. The blue color and light citrus scent really appealed to Jake. He has been using it for about two weeks now, and it works fantastic. It gets his hair clean, makes it really soft, and doesn’t cause him to scream in pain. I love the dispenser cap too, no more wasted product because he dumped too much out, which means it lasts a lot longer.