#WeSeeYou: Father & Daughter Duo Spread Love

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#WeSeeYou is BlackDoctor.org’s new weekly series highlighting those unsung heroes of health who are doing something incredible that needs to be shown to the world!

There’s a beautiful image making it around the Internet of a father and daughter who obviously have a mutual respect and love for one another.

The picture above is from Benny Harlem, an educator, protector, singer, artist and songwriter. The now west-coast dweller posted the photo on Instagram, with the simple words as the caption:

“The only way for me to protect her for LIFE is to Prepare her for LIFE. – I AM MY DAUGHTERS KEEPER.”

Within minutes the post had been shared numerous amount of times and people commented on the love they was shown as well as the beautiful hair both have.

Earlier, Harlem’s Instagram account was hacked by none other than his beautiful daughter. She posted the pic below with this as the caption:

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“I AM My Fathers Keeper – taking over daddy’s Twitter today .. -Jaxyn”

Beautiful.

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Since so many have been commenting and asking about their healthy hair, here are three quick tips to follow for you and your child to have a healthy scalp and hair:

1. Watch The Moisturizer: You child’s hair can get extremely dry. From wearing wool hats in the winter, to going to swimming lessons, to a general rough and tumble lifestyle, so many things can zap the moisture right out of your little one’s hair. If they also have tight kinks and curls, you’ll want to pay even more attention to this. Adding a bit of extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) or jojoba oil to shampoos and conditioners is always a good move. Stick to water-based moisturizers to keep hair soft and supple in between washes and natural oils like coconut oil, argan oil, and shea butter to nourish and lubricate your child’s hair before styling.