Have you ever used a curling cream that left your kids hair feeling sticky, dull or dry? Yea, me too. But that problem is in the past for me. I’ve found the last curling cream you’ll need to try, it’s Cantu Care for Kids Curling Cream.
What it is:
Cantu Care for Kids Curling Cream is the perfect blend of 100% pure shea butter, coconut oil and honey formulated without harsh ingredients. Nurture and nourish fragile coils, curls and waves with Cantu’s gentle care for textured hair. The Styling Custard holds perfect poofs and ponytails that will last past the playground.
What is does:
Defines and tames fussy frizz. This product is the perfect blend of 100% pure shea butter, coconut oil and honey formulated without harsh ingredients. Nurture and nourish fragile coils, curls and waves with Cantu’s gentle care for texturized hair.
Smooth Cantu Care for Kids Curling Cream onto damp hair, section by section, from root to tip. Do not rinse out. Can be used on dry hair to activate curls or refresh braids and twist.
Why I love it:
Cantu Care for Kids Curling Cream does exactly what it says that it would do — my kids curls are more defined and their hair feels very soft without being sticky. As an added bonus, it smells great too. It was very easy to comb through their hair after shampooing and conditioning with the Cantu Kids Care products. I applied a little Cantu Care for Kids Curling Cream, and it just simply melted into their hair. I used about a quarter size for each of them and I applied to their hair while it was slightly still damp, it took about 5 minutes to air dry. My kids curls are much more defined with less frizz and their hair is very soft to the touch.
Pro: Tames frizz, a little goes a long way, great smell, no residue
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Shea butter, coconut oil and honey
Cruelty Free: Yes
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