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Small Business Spotlight and Product Review: Cream and Coco Cleansers and Moisturizers

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I've raved long enough about @creamandcoco goodies. If already shared info on Pink Cookie, now check the details in a full review of the CocoMallow CoWash Fluff, Island Nectar Cleansing Milk, and Gooseberry Aloe Pudding. Live at www.maneobjective.com,  full article on @naturallycurly at www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading. #naturalhair #naturalhairproducts #productjunkiesunite #productreview #CreamandCoco #supportsmallbusiness #NaturallyCurly

If I had to describe the Cream and Coco line in one word, it would have to be luxury. Not because it is incredibly expensive, but because the line offers up sophisticated, upscale, and one-of-a-kind products that appeal to the newbie natural, the seasoned vet, and everyone inbetween.

Cream and Coco is a family-owned product line, and brainchild of Victoria Vick. Victoria has always had a passion for natural body care that was intensified during her time of studying science as an undergraduate in college. Since her young days crushing dandelions and daffodils, Cream and Coco has grown from a hobby to a full-scale brand with dozens of high quality products for hair, skin, and baby. Cream and Coco products never contain petroleum, mineral oil, and parabens. All fragrances used are phthalate free.

To test drive the Cream and Coco line, I was sent a small collection of moisturizers and cleansers, including two soap bars; including the infamous "Pink Cookie". Read more on that here. But for the purpose of this review, let's focus on two kinds of products naturals are always on the prowl for: gentle cleansers and effective moisturizers.

Read the rest of my review at NaturallyCurly.com!

Be sure to visit www.creamandcoco.com to get your Cream and Coco on!

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