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A Mother & Daughter bond is truly unbreakable. All that love from your Mother turns into inspiration to achieve whatever your heart desires. Carol’s Daughter is a great example of that and more. The story behind Carol’s Daughter is really special and heart felt. We got a chance to sample these products first hand. I hope you grow to love them just as much as we do. Enjoy!

Kizzi “Stay-Put” Hair Pomade – This pomade added shine to my hair but it didn’t quite hold. I wouldn’t call it a pomade that adds texture to the hair. It mostly defined my curls giving them a soft healthy look. I must say the scent of apple, peach and pear fragrance is heavenly.

Lisa’s Hair Elixir – Formulated with beneficial ingredients of Sage, Peppermint and Rosemary essential oils used to prevent breakage, condition the hair, combat dry scalp and promote healthy hair growth. My split ends look less visible since using this Magical Elixir. This is also good to use for a weekly hot oil treatment.

Mimosa Hair Honey – This herbal pomade does not only style and tame fly-aways but offers antimicrobial benefits. Nettles help soothe scalp irritation which is good for people who have a sensitive scalp. I like this pomade since it’s lack of water which brings out the shine even more.

Body Jelly – More then just a moisturizer but also used for babies to prevent diaper rash, protects minor cuts, scrapes, and burns. This body jelly keeps your skin super smooth. No more itchy cracked dry skin. For more products made with LOVE visit the Carol’s Daughter website.

(Note: All product samples reviewed were supplied to us free by the PR or Marketing Representative without any paid compensation. Our experiences and opinions are based on honest results without any influence from Advertising Agencies, Marketing Companies, PR Agencies or any other third parties. For further information please see our disclosure page.)

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