No More Tangles

This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with JOHNSON’S and #WeAllGrow Latina Network.

Having a busy family schedule does not give us a lot of extra time. We sometimes rush afterschool to soccer practice or to a party. In October, it seems like we are trying to get to countless Halloween parties’ afterschool. It’s a hassle to get my daughter ready for a Halloween party and change her hairstyle after she has been at school all day. She comes home from school with tangled hair every day and if we must get ready for an outing, we must get the tangles out.

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If I don’t use Johnson’s No More Tangles detangling spray

This year getting my little ballerinas hair ready for a Halloween party was made easier with the help form Johnson’s No More Tangles 3-step routine. For the first and second step, I used the Johnson’s No More Tangles shampoo and conditioner during her bath. For the third step, I used Johnson’s No More Tangles detangling spray.

Since I found the Johnson’s No More Tangles detangling spray, I can’t live without it. The Johnson’s No More Tangles detangling spray has saved my life from countless crying sessions. I started using the shampoo and conditioner for a week and I can see the difference in my daughter’s hair. Her hair is easier to brush when it’s wet and it smells fresh. I also love that the Johnson’s No More Tangles shampoo and conditioner have the No More Tears formula that is gentle to the eyes as pure water.

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Happy bay when we use Johnson’s No More Tangles detangling spray

The one thing that helps our getting ready routine is my daughter using the detangling spray herself. Having her take part of the routine helps her be more independent and she enjoys the hair brushing process. After she sprays, I then just use a couple of more sprays while I brush her hair. The detangling spray works right away with her dry hair for easy trouble-free combing. She loves the smell of the shampoo, conditioner and detangling spray. Happy Baby = Happy Mom!

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of JOHNSON’S Baby. The opinions and text are all mine.

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