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Baby Sharmooz gives your baby’s hair, or lack thereof, the royal treatment!

June 17th, 2008

Baby SharmoozI’ve had four kids and every one of them has experienced baldness at an early age; you know, it’s that special horizontal line of exposed scalp that runs from ear to ear. Even alternating how they sleep didn’t help. Time spent in their crib, carrier and car seat didn’t help. But now there’s something that just might. Baby Sharmooz just might reduce (and even eliminate) the infant balding phenomenon, and if your little one is already experiencing some hair loss Baby Sharmooz can quite possibly slow down the loss and speed up the re-growth. So how does it work?

Baby SharmoozBaby Sharmooz looks like a satin pillow without the fluff but it is a 100% satin headrest designed specifically for infants. Satin has been shown to help adults with hair loss and dry skin and now moms can use this same technique on their little ones. One side has satin with a cute safari print or chenille accent while the other has a nonslip backing to help it grip to fabric and keep it from shifting.

Baby SharmoozWe received the hot pink Baby Sharmooz with cheetah trim and tested it out in both the bouncer seat and car seat. It stayed in place on the bouncer seat and our little one didn’t even seem to notice it was there, but in the car seat she discovered it pretty quickly as it did shift a little. It went from satin headrest to satin plaything pretty quickly, but I was just as okay with that. Kept her busy and that kept me happy! Because we were a little past the infant balding stage we weren’t the best test subjects, but after our week in Anaheim I noticed the hair on the back of her head seemed to have worn off a bit again. I sure wish I’d had our Baby Sharmooz with us; it might have spared her some feminine balding!

Besides hair loss the satin has other benefits such as minimizing cradle cap, tangling, and dry hair and scalp. Note: this is not a crib product. If you’d like your little one to sleep on satin try a fitted crib sheet. Also, once baby begins to roll over you can use your Baby Sharmooz as a “lovie.” Shower the next mom-to-be with Baby Sharmooz; every baby deserves the royal treatment!—Emily

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