Disclosure: I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for SoCozy. I received Target gift cards to facilitate my review and thank me for my participation.
How familiar is that picture? With my 4 year old it’s a constant battle, every day. Multiple times a day sometimes. It’s no surprise my favorite SoCozy Tip is How To Detangle Hair. As soon as I found out I could find non-toxic salon quality kids hair care products at Target I knew I had to try them.
We’ve have been using SoCozy hair care products for a few weeks and since then I’ve bought more just to stock up!
We picked up SoCozy boo! lice prevention shampoo because when Kendall first started Preschool last year, she almost instantly came home with lice. We were able to treat it quickly before it spread to anyone else in the house but I’m not taking anymore chances. No lice here and I want to keep it that way so boo! is my go-to for all 3 kids! We love the tea tree oil, rosemary extracts and peppermint but the nasty bugs hate them. And yes, it’s clinically proven plus safe and gentle for everyday use!
I also picked up SoCozy Conditioner with Kendall’s curls in mind. Her hair needs a lot of extra moisture and hydration and that’s exactly what this conditioner delivers. This berry-licious conditioner contains Jojoba Oil to nourishes hair and promotes growth and Fruit Acid Complex to healthy scalp.
So the products deliver but why do I really love the line? They are safe and formulated for kids hair. Cozy Friedman, founder of Cozy’s Cuts for Kids (the premier children’s hair salon in NYC), saw a need in the industry so she created the first line of professional haircare products made just for kids and now the brand is available at retail. I shop at Target almost daily so being able to pick up my kids hair care products there only makes sense.
SoCozy line also includes detangle spray, styling cream, and styling gel for some awesome hair-dos.
I also found this video which was really helpful. I learned that I shouldn’t be combing Kendall’s curls when she’s out of the tub. Did you know that?