“How can I make my child’s hair grow faster?” is a frequently requested question we get almost every day in our inbox. To be honest, there isn’t a straightforward solution to that question. Many factors influence hair growth, but you may help your child’s hair avoid damage, breakage, and grow faster by doing the following. Hair on the scalp grows at a rate of about 6 inches per year, or 12 inches per month. Hair growth can be slowed or accelerated depending on a combination of genetics, hair care, and overall health. We all remember our mums doing our hair when we were kids. Allow us to additionally point out that our current hair condition is the result of anything that happened to it when we were younger. Your duty for your children’s hair health is a difficult one for many people. As a result, we’re here to help you care for your baby’s hair. To make the work more reasonable and doable, we’ve put together the steps below. 1. You need to learn about your child’s hair kind. After that, select shampoo and conditioner accordingly, opting for products with few, if any, chemicals or sulfates. Avoid using hair straighteners or dryers!