Carol's Daughter: Coco Creme Curl Quenching Shampoo

I have always struggled to maintain moisture in my hair, even when I deep conditioned once a week and used conditioning creams. I wondered if the shampoo I was using may have been part of the problem, because it wasn’t specifically for moisturization. When I started looking for a new one, I was drawn to Carol’s Daughter. I came across the Coco Creme; it got excellent reviews on several sites I visited, not to mention the good history I had with their other products I had used in the past. It’s advertised as a shampoo that helps extremely dry hair, so why not give it a try?


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I constantly make it clear to everyone that I am only down for natural products, and if not completely natural, I try to get as close as possible. This shampoo is sulfate free, has no parabens and no artificial colors. All that means is you’re not removing the natural oils from your hair and you don’t have to worry about the risk of chemical damage or disease from the preservatives that are put in some beauty products. Now that I have been diagnosed with cancer, that has taken on a new meaning for me, since parabens have been linked to cancer, disruption of hormone function, and reproductive toxicity.

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What I noticed most after washing my hair with this product is that my curls were very soft. I don’t typically comb my hair at all, but if I were to, I feel that it would be easier to do after washing with the Coco Creme. I also love the scent, which is always an important part of product purchase for me. It smells tropical, but not too strong where I don’t feel like I can live with it through the day.

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Because I only wash my hair once a week, I can’t wait until my next wash day, so I feel like that’s a measurement of how much I liked this shampoo.

If it’s important for you to use the same line of products, there is an entire system that can be purchased here or the trio here.