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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Once a week after swimming.

    It's not gross. I have hair that gets disgustingly oily after 1 day of not washing. It's a pain. If my children have hair that still looks nice after a week, I'm not going to get their hair into the habit of washing it everyday.
    This is me EXACTLY...

    To be honest, I thought more people would wash their kids hair only once or twice a week. Totally get that kids would rub food, dirt etc in their hair. My first two did not do this at all and their hair is so fine. My third might give me a run for my money in the messy/dirty stakes. Ha ha!!

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    I wash as often as needed, especially my 18 month old as she has a tendency to twirl her hair and has always managed to rub her food or greasy hands in her hair.

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    Mine and my 2 kids hair only gets washed once a week. Their day is wednesday night because then they've both done their swimming lessons for the week. It never looks or smells gross and i reckon it could probably even go 2 weeks between washes but i like it to be done after swimming.

    I can't believe so many people do it every night Lol. DD1 now has eczema so i'm learning about all this washing stuff lol. they also don't bath in soap it used to just be plain water but now its with oats lol they call it a porridge bath

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    twice a week,if that!!
    bascially when it starts looking manky.

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    I dunno. Sometimes once a week, sometimes once a fortnight, sometimes every 2 days. Depends on how dirty it is/sweaty/ weather etc. Summer is most definately more than winter

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