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Squeaky Clean with SoCozy Hair & Skin Products

I've partnered with SoCozy for this sponsored post, and as always, opinions are my own.
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I don't know about you, but I love reading about women-owned businesses that are flourishing... especially when it's a product and/or business that I've experienced personally. This is the case with SoCozy, a chain of children's hair salons here in NYC. The girls have been to her Upper West Side location for hair cuts, and I can say having had nightmare tales to tell in the past, SoCozy is a "cut" above (sorry, couldn't resist)!
Naturally, I was thrilled to hear that Cozy Friedman has taken things to the next level and introduced a line of hair products for children. First, the nuts and bolts: SoCozy products are non-toxic and made without parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic color, propylene glycol, gluten, wheat or nuts. I'll be honest, I was not much of a label reader before having kids, but things changed quickly when the littles came along. I love when a brand believes in natural care without "the nasties."

The girls are big fans of bath time so were excited to try out the line, especially the Mango-Go 3 in 1 shampoo + conditioner + body wash. Love anything that simplifies our routine (and smells great, too)! Millie wears her hair in a pony tail on days she has swimming lessons, so we've also found the Behave styling cream to come in handy. Her hair isn't quite long enough for a great pony tail, so this cream helps every hair stay in place. And, while the girls haven't experienced lice yet (did I just jinx myself?), there's a lice preventative treatment available as well.

Here's a fun announcement: you don't have to be in NYC to purchase SoCozy products for yourself -- they're now available at Target! In fact, to celebrate the announcement, I'd love to share this $3 digital coupon with you so that your kids can try out this product line as well. It's not every day you meet a company whose vision for children align with your own, that is, to build confidence and inspire originality. And I kind of love that.

Disclosure: I received products to review and compensation from SoCozy for this post. All opinions expressed herein are my own.

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