Carols Daughter Coco Creme New Curl Shaping Cream Gel with Coconut Oil
Carol’s Daughter has launched a new product in its Coco Creme Collection – Curl Shaping Cream Gel With Coconut Oil, perfect for 4B and 4C curls.

Carol’s Daughter has made a new addition to its Coco Crème collection with the new Curl Shaping Cream Gel with Coconut Oil. The product is designed to shape and define curls with a soft hold to keep your wash and go looking great all day without drying out your hair. While the new Coco Crème Curl Shaping Cream Gel works for all types of curls, it is especially idea for those with 4B and 4C coils.

The Coco Crème Collection

The Coco Crème collection was launched by Carol’s Daughter in 2018 and became a big hit with 4C curlies. Across Youtube, you’ll find vloggers raving about the beautiful results they have achieved and, on Amazon, there isn’t one product in this range with a rating less than 4.5/5. In fact, the Coco Crème Deep Moisture Mask won Glamour Magazine’s Best Drug Store Hair Mask award in 2019.

Carol’s Daughter’s Coco Crème line is known for its “extreme moisturising properties”. There is a full range of products with for all of your 4C and 4B hair needs:

  • Perfecting Water Coco Mist Spray
  • Creamy Conditioner
  • Sulfate Free Shampoo
  • Coil Enhancing Moisture Butter
  • Curl Quenching Deep Moisture Mask

What’s In Carol’s Daughter Coco Crème Products?

In Coco Crème products from Carol’s Daughter, the recipes have been blended using coconut oil, coconut milk, mango butter and murumuru butter. Carol’s Daughter goes for a very natural approach, without using sulfates in the shampoo or silicones, parabens, petrolatum, mineral oils or artificial colours in the rest of the range.

 Murumuru butter is an ingredient that we’re just now starting to see in plenty of haircare products. It is called a “miracle” product, known for its ability to lock in moisture to keep your hair shiny and healthy.

To purchase the new Carol’s Daughter Coco Crème Curl Shaping Cream Gel, visit Amazon or Carol’s Daughter’s website.

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