Having 6 children we tend to go through so much product wise. The smalls aren’t actually that bad, it’s the bigs that use an entire shampoo bottle to wash their hair. Thankfully it’s the smalls that we have been using these items on. We have been trying out the Mazuri kid’s hair product range over the last few weeks. Let’s see how we got on.
Mazuri Kid’s Hair Products
The creator of the entire Mazuri range is Paks cosmetics, London. A range free of parabens and SLS. The products are super versatile and suit a wide variety of hair types including dehydrated hair, curly hair plus fly away hair. The ingredients include naturally derived fruit and oil extracts. The entire range consists of styling, conditioning and treatment products from aged 3 upwards.
Mazuri Olive Oil Shampoosie
Developed by mums for little ones. The Shampoosie shampoo is a fruity scented product made with hydrating olive oil, honey, and aloe vera extracts. This soft, mild and creamy shampoo makes a lovely addition to any child’s hair care regime. Apply as you would any normal shampoo and rinse and comb through with a wide toothed comb. This product can be used daily and is perfect for use after swimming.
Mazuri Oilive Oil Cutie Patootie
We made the decision in the summer to cut my boy’s hair short, until this stage, they have had long surfer styled hair. We had been on the search for a child-friendly styling to gel to use on them until this landed. A lovely combination of hydrating olive oil, coconut and vitamin e which adds lock and hold to your little one’s hair. The product is water soluble which makes shampooing after application a breeze. Sealing in the hairs natural moisture whilst also controlling flyaways.
We have really enjoyed trying this range, the added benefit for us is that it is paraben and SLS free. The scent of the products is also a bonus, especially when using with little ones with sensitive noses. I know my guys don’t like products that aren’t sweet and fruity. The range is available to buy from Tesco and Morrisons or direct by using the link below. From an affordability stance the range is very affordable and products start from as little as £2.98.
** This post contains PR samples as always all thoughts are 100% my own