Good evening everyone!
Today, well yesterday was product review but I am making up for yesterday’s post!
Today I will reviewing one of the Carol’s Daughter shampoos and conditioners. But before I review the products I will give a brief summary of the company.
Lisa Price, the founder of Carol’s Daughter, launched her online business in 1993 in her Brooklyn hometown and opened her first store in 1999. Prior to the official launch year, she was working on the set of The Cosby Show in the 1980s and during her leisure time she would make homemade beauty products with natural ingredients (jojoba oil, cocoa butter, etc.). The company, Carol’s Daughter is named after her mother, Carol Hutson. She also does body and skin products beside hair products such as body lotion, body oil, facial cleanser, etc. For more information of her products go to www.carolsdaughter.com.
I purchased the Sacred Tiare shampoo and conditioner at my local Walmart at a discounted price for $7 and $9. Usually, her beauty products retail between $12 to $65 depending on the set or just one item itself.
The Benefits for these Products:
- Sulfate free
- Paraben free
- Petroleum free
- Does not contain mineral oil
- No artificial coloring
What it Does:
- Restores strength
- Prevents damage
- Eliminates frizz
From the scale of 1 to 10, I would rate this an 8.5/10 because of its natural ingredients that works well for my hair type. Overall, these products helps prevents breakage and frizz since I have kinky, coily hair and they also works well with any hair type from straight to coily. However, they are some mixed emotions about this brand of shampoo and conditioner from others who have tried whether it does not work one’s hair type or does not like the products at all.
That concludes the review on Carol’s Daughter Sacred Tiare shampoo and conditioner. I am glad I have got a chance to share my review on these products I have mentioned. Be on the look out for this Sunday’s product review, it is a surprise so I am not going to tell you what it is. And also on this Thursday I will resume the series of relationships on an autism spectrum and it is the continuation of Part 1. See you later!