There are a few other things that my boys enjoy as much as playing with their cars. Baking chocolate chip cookies, or more like eating the dough, play dough, and taking baths and/or showers are some great examples. My boys would love to take some toys and enjoy a bath. I personally prefer them to take showers since they are less messy, by a lot. But playing in the shower is one thing, getting them to actually take a shower is a tough one. Why? Because neither of my boys likes water on their faces. It freaks them out. But thanks to Kair, the first hands free bath visor, taking showers is fun once again!
Kair Bath Visor
We never truly looked for a product that would help with my boys’ fear of water. We always found ways around it: bending the head as far back as we could or dealing with the screaming. That said, having two sons who are each other’s best friend, J. is his brother’s copycat: monkey see, monkey do.
But the moment I found Kair I just knew I had to have it.
As soon as it got in the mail A. was ecstatic. Even though you can barely see huge smiles on the photos he was a happy boy. See, he rarely lets me take pictures like these, I have to either bribe or beg.
Once we took the photos he was more than ready to go jump in the shower!!
The Kair bath visor might look small but due to its open-ended shape and materials it fits all head shapes. Trust me, I tried it too!! It was a bit tight on the back, but this tightness ensures that it will not fall off or slip off while you rinse your child’s hair.
The headband in the visor has an air-filled sealing tube, made of soft silicone BPA Free rubber material, which was specifically designed to fit around any head shape.
My boys prefer to wear it like a crown. Hey, what kid doesn’t like to pretend to be a king?
Thanks to Kair my boys don’t fight me whenever I tell them it is time to wash their hair. Prior to Kair I would end up looking as if I was the one who took a shower, with my clothes on of course. But now, they put their bath visor on, let me put the shampoo on, rinse it off and they move on to playing with whatever toy they have in the shower/bath.
I only hope I would have found about Kair years ago, maybe, by now, my boys wouldn’t be so scared of the water.
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