Creme de Coco shampoo: Though Creme de Coco Shampoo isn't edible (you might wish it were since it smells so good) its benefits are undeniable; Even the surfactant (the stuff that actually cleanses) is a coconut derivative that lends an unusually luxurious lather.
More than a few flowers are in the recipe as well: The Mallow adds a soothing effect, and the Milk Thistle contributes its antioxidant properties.
why: Moisture-rich, shine enhancing, soothing, color-compatible
who: anyone, especially if dry or dull
Creme de Coco conditioner: Beauty secrets of the South Pacific are brought to you in this tropic-inspired balm. It makes full use of the Coconut - both oil and extract. Murumuru Butter and Meadowfoam Seed Oil are both rich moisturizers; Wild Olive Seed Oil is a very effective softener; Horsetail and Nettle were both chosen for their ability to promote lustrous hair. Enjoy.