Monday, January 13, 2014

A review: Carol's Daughter Monoi

Carol's Daughter - Monoi
I must first confess:
I'm a fan of Carol's Daughter skin and hair care products.
Over the years I've been an on again off again customer;
always searching for the quality without putting the dent in my pocket book.
I've always come back. Now, let me explain why.
I know the quality ingredients Lisa Price uses are worth the cost.
When I can see and feel a difference in mine and my
 daughters hair, I know it's worth it.
We have three daughters and they each have a slight texture or
 volume to thier hair that is uniquely theirs. With their hair being natural
 and mine being relaxed you can imagine the variety of needs we have for our hair.


When I purchase Carols Daughter for our hair I usually go for the same
 staple products each time, because I know what we like and what works for us.
  • tui shampoo
  • black vanilla leave in
  • hair milk and healthy hair butter
 
 
However, I've been wanting to try the Monoi products
for some time now. Let me tell you, I am
so glad I did. I love these poducts.
I'm currently using the Monoi cleanser and
repairing mask. When Lisa says '96%...less breakage', it's
the truth. I am not a newbie when it comes to healthy
hair care. I've used the Aphogee protein system (which I love)
as well as a few other anti breakage products;
 but this Monoi is really something special.
What I love most about the Monoi is that as it's
strengthening the hair it still manages to
leave the hair feeling soft and conditioned.
It has a nice light scent as do all of the products.
I'm looking forward to trying more from the Monoi line.


 


This is not a sponsored post. These are my honest opinions
and thoughts on the above mentioned products.