Product Review: Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk Line

Hi Beauties! 

I know I’m late but, yesterday I FINALLY tried Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk products! I’ve heard a lot about this line and just never really got around to trying it. Until recently, my job had a sample sale, and I snagged the Shampoo & Conditioner for just $5!! Talk about a steal. Nonetheless, I’m excited to show you my results and let you know what I thought of the products.

Product Description:

[according to the website]:
Hair Milk Curl Perfecting Shampoo

[$16 10oz]:
A nourishing shampoo for the type of hair that needs it most…curls.
Cuts frizz, gently removes dirt, oil and product build-up. Made with
essential oils plus Vitamin A to help condition the scalp and keep
moisture in. Gives curls what they need for that desired healthy,
bouncy look.

Pro-vitamin B5 (Panthenol)

– Helps minimize tangles and balance moisture
Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate)

– Scalp conditioner that also protects from moisture loss. Plus protects from environmental damage.
Vitamin E (Tocopherol)

– Conditioner that protects from environmental damage.
Essential Oils of Orange and Lemon


Paraben-Free, No Petroleum, Mineral Oil or Artificial Color


SLS/SLES/Sulfate-Free

Hair Milk Curl Perfecting Conditioner [$19 10oz]:


T
he perfect companion to our nourishing, Curl Perfecting Shampoo. An
indulgent, penetrating, moisture treatment that restores while
supporting healthy-looking natural curls. Made with essential oils plus
Pro-Vitamin B5 and Biotin to help replenish and strengthen hair with
the natural nutrients it’s thirsting for, leaving your curls under
control…which is where they belong
.
Pro-vitamin B5 (Panthenol)

– Helps minimize tangles and balance moisture
Biotin (Vitamin H):

Strengthens hair follicles and helps promote healthy hair.
Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate)

– A Vitamin A derivative known for
its antioxidant properties and acts as a scalp conditioning agent. It
also protects against moisture loss and environmental damage.

Vitamin E (Tocopherol)

– An antioxidant and conditioning agent that protects hair from environmental damage.
Essential Oils of Orange and Lemon


Paraben-Free, No Petroleum, Mineral Oil or Artificial Color 

Thoughts on the shampoo:
The texture of the shampoo is rather thick…a little different than what I’ve been using recently. It lathered up very quickly, and I could feel it cleansing my scalp instantly. It left my hair clean and moisturized with feeling stripped. I would defintly recommend this shampoo if you’re looking for an all natural shampoo with a lot of sud action. 

Thoughts on conditioner:
The conditioner had great slip, which is very important to me because I love conditioners that have that deep conditioning mask feel. When I first poured out the conditioner it appeared to be extremely thick but then once I rubbed my hands together it became milkier and a little thin. My hair reacted quite nicely to the conditioner and detangling was a breeze!  

Before applying the hair milk shampoo to my hair, I pre-pooed with Argan oil. After conditioning, I did a flat twist out with Creme of Nature Argan Oil Foaming hair wrap lotion. You all know my go-to foam is Nairobi, however, this Argan Oil foam worked great & I was pleasantly surprised by the results! 

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LOVE THIS COLAR!

Have you tried the Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk line? 

I would recommend it if you’re looking for something new! 

xoxo, 



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1 Comment

  1. April 25, 2012 / 5:02 am

    Haven't tried it yet as I am on the fence about her hair products. On another note, how do you think the CON foam compared to Nairobi as far as softness and sheen are concerned. I have come to realize that Nairobi's setting foam may very well be the best but if I could find a cheaper alternative…

    Thanks

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