“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.”
Miss Bea was blessed with beautiful hair, which gets tons of compliments when we are out and about. When I was a teenager, I would have loved to have the golden red locks my daughter has, but brown is what I got. I don’t know where she gets it, but we sure love it. Now to figure out the best way to preserve and care for Little Girl’s hair. I have tried multiple hair care products on my kids, but never any salon quality products. Then I heard about SoCozy – salon quality hair products for children, which are sold at Target.
Because we are always battling tangles with Miss Bea’s hair, I thought it was time to try some nicer quality products to see if we could improve those pretty locks. After all, if someone is blessed with such beautiful hair, then we might as well take care of it. That means mom (ME) also needed to enlist in hair-styling school via Pinterest and Youtube, so I could occasionally style little girl’s hair. I’m no pro, but after a few attempts I do manage some cute hairstyles.
To be expected with salon quality hair products, SoCozy is more expensive than other children’s hair care products I have purchased. We’ve just begun using them, but so far I like the products. I will update again after a few weeks of use. We are beginning with the 2-in-1 shampoo and body wash, as well as the hair detangler. I figured these were the basics we could definitely test out before purchasing the conditioner and Boo (lice deterrent shampoo) products.
The SoCozy Styling Cream is on my shopping list to help with Miss Bea’s flyaways. I am eager to give them all a whirl, really. SoCozy products are safe and effective – and completely non-toxic. So nice to have products us moms can feel good about using on our kids.
Visit SoCozy and sign up, start sharing, earn points and get rewards. SoCozy makes it a mission to build confidence and inspire originality for any kid, which is something I am personally working on with Miss Bea. I am happy to partner with brands who also see my vision for my babies. Stay tuned for a hair update on Miss Bea’s behalf. You can also follow #SoCozyAtTarget and #TargetStyle to see what others are saying.