SoCozy Review: Salon-quality Hair Care Line for Kids
*Disclosure: I did receive this product to facilitate my review. These opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by another person.
We recently had the opportunity to review SoCozy, a new salon-quality hair care line just for kids. Created by Cozy Friedman, founder of the beloved Cozy Cuts for Kids hair salons in New York City, the new and improved line is aiming to shake up the shampoo aisle with products that help parents easily and effortlessly manage their kids’ hair.
About SoCozy: Twelve years ago—before parabens and phthalates were media buzz words—Cozy knew that chemicals had no business in the business of kid’s hair. Her SoCozy line offered concerned parents peace of mind. Today she continues to offer a new level of safety (with no nasties—ever) along with new and improved multi-functional formulas that perform at a salon level, in packaging that appeals to all kids, at any age, and of course, parents. The SoCozy collection is designed to help parents easily and effortlessly manage their kid’s hair as well as encourage and support individuality. As Cozy puts it, “Being you is our idea of cool.”
SoCozy’s mission is to build confidence and support originality in kids while making tub time a snap for parents. Red hair, short hair, pink hair, curly hair… in the words of Cozy Friedman: Being You is Our Idea of Cool!
Best of all: there are no nasties in the 100% non-toxic SoCozy line – just good, clean, honest formulas that perform at the highest level. SoCozy products feature extracts from natural ingredients like hops, rosemary, arnica flower, and aloe, which are good for both hair and scalp. These products are specially formulated to bring salon-level quality to kids’ hair care, and contain no nasties like harmful chemicals, toxins, or parabens.
Here are the products that we reviewed:
o Cinch 2 in 1 Shampoo + Body Wash in Guav-o-rama ($11.95 for 8oz)
o Cinch Super Hydrating Conditioner in Berry-Whip ($11.95 for 8oz)
o Cinch Detangler + Leave-In Conditioner in Fruity-tutti ($11.95 for 8 oz)
o Behave Styling Mouse Medium Hold in Peachy-keen ($11.95 for 6 oz)
Cozy’s Complete Guide to Girls’ Hair ($15.95) – get great tips for girls from the best cuts for face shapes, to instant fixes for bad hair days and five-minute styles.
Where to purchase? You can purchase SoCozy online!
Our thoughts: I was so excited to review SoCozy! My daughter gets very excited about haircare products and she loved that these were made just for kids. I think her favorite thing about them is that they smell amazing! My favorite thing is that they make her hair so shiny and soft and the Cinch Detangler just might be a game changer. It is wonderful!
I do have to say that Cozy’s Complete Guide to Girls’ Hair is amazing! My daughter loves looking through it and I love it for reference! I feel like I can try so many more things with her hair now, and she was pretty happy with my first attempt at creative hair design!
My favorite thing about this line is that it is an affordable quality product, and I love that, especially since it is for my kiddos!
Meet the author – Keri Lyn
The creative and frugal mind behind She Saved for over 12 years now, Keri Lyn shares her adventures in parenting along with her love for family travel, country living and brand marketing. A self-proclaimed “brand loyalist”, Keri Lyn is known for her strong and enthusiastic voice when it comes to the products and brands that she loves. She Saved has become a community for like-minded consumers who appreciate saving money, time and sanity by getting the best deals on quality products and experiences.
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