Carol’s Daughter began in 1993 when founder Lisa Price was encouraged by her mother Carol to begin creating hair products in her Brooklyn kitchen. Carol’s Daughter changed the natural hair care world by being one of the first to sell its beauty recipes directly to customers on its website.
Carol’s Daughter has products that work for all textures, all types and all beauty needs. The company offers a plethora of amazing recipes with natural ingredients like Monoi oil and green tea. All of the products are free of sulfates, parabens, petrolatum, mineral oil and artificial colors.
We are reviewing their newest line, the Coco Crème Extreme Moisture Routine product line for people with extremely dry hair. The line includes a shampoo, conditioner, hair mask and moisture butter. I have tight bouncy curls that tend to be dry, so I am excited to see if this line really works.
Coco Crème Sulfate-Free Shampoo:
I began by shampooing my hair. The first thing I noticed about this product was the sweet smell. The coconut milk and mango butter created a perfumed fragrance for the hair, but it wasn’t overwhelming. The shampoo produces a good lather that allows you to have that feeling of clean hair without stripping sulfates. The product softened my hair, making it easy to detangle as I shampooed.
Coco Crème Creamy Conditioner:
When you use a moisturizing shampoo, conditioner adds an extra layer of moisture. Moisture is essential to quench the thirst of extremely dry hair so it looks and feels hydrated, from roots to ends.
Coco Crème Velvet Cream Hair Mask:
This hair mask has a thick buttery consistency, so if you have fine hair like I do a little goes a long way. I covered my hair with a plastic shower cap for about 10 minutes to give the product time to sink in. As I rinsed it out of my hair, it felt truly hydrated.
Coco Crème Coil Enhancing Moisture Butter:
After I finished washing and conditioning my hair, I added the final step: the Coco Crème Coil Enhancing moisture butter. This product helps seal in all the moisture by creating long-lasting definition, shine and touchable softness.
Overall, I really enjoyed using the full Coco Crème Moisture Routine product line. This is a great product for women with thicker hair because the products are so dense. For women, like me, with finer hair, I would recommend using only a small amount of the Coco Crème Moisture Butter when styling. Due to the product’s thickness, I found it can weigh your hair down. If I were to use this line again, I would eliminate using the Moisture Butter.
Overall, however, I felt that these products delivered what they promised by creating extreme moisture. I would recommend Carol’s Daughter Coco Crème Moisture Routine product line for anyone with excessively dry and thick hair.