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I’m always looking for products to  help my hair. I was so impressed with the Lavender & Vanilla line from Carol’s Daughter and was super excited to try this line formulated to really nourish each strand of hair. Mine needs it! This line for damaged weak hair helps by infusing locks with Monoi Oil. I was really happy to see that none of the products contained any Sulfates,  Parabens,  Petroleum,  Mineral Oil, or Artificial Colors.

The products smell AMAZING. Like a tropical vacation, the lightest hint of a fragrant breeze on a warm day. By the way, did you know that Monoi is coconut oil infused with gardenias? That’s why it smells so good! I love washing my hair with the gentle Sulfate free Shampoo followed by the Monoi Repairing Conditioner, both work together to help repair dry brittle  hair and leave mine soft and clean.

When I just want to really baby my strands, I’ll use the Co-Wash which is a gentle conditioning wash, then a deep condition with the Monoi Repairing Hair Mask. Per the Curly Girl Method, I comb thru in the shower with conditioner on my hair then rinse and blot with a soft tee shirt. Using a terry cloth towel will rough up the cuticles of the hair and frizzy hair needs no roughing up!

Monoi Repairing Split End Sealer helps with split ends by fusing the ends together. It definitely helps if you are trying to put off getting a trim. You only need a teeny tiny bit of this on the very ends of your hair.  The Hair Milk is a leave- in conditioner that adds hydration to frizzy hair. Since frizzy hair is actually dry porous hair that loves to soak up moisture, brittle hair will drink up the Hair Milk
 
The Hair Milk Pudding will help define curls and waves. This is especially helpful as I transition my poor locks from being a frizzy heat styled mess into allowing natural waves to surface.
 
I am really liking what I’ve been trying from Carol’s Daughter and I love that many natural ingredients are used. There are lots and lots of products to check out so please head over to the official site and take a look!