Look Mom I Don’t Need Conditioner, This is AWESOME

I was sent some hair products for young girls, of course that meant Miss Kiara was able to do a review for my blog. While she did the actual testing of Tweenz, I am doing the write up based on watching her excitement and use of these hair products for girls.

What is Tweenz?

Tweenz is a line of natural hair care products fortified with Nana Vitamins made for young girls, honestly even I used it to get a feel for the product, but do not tell Kiara. These products are sulfate free, paraben free, have no artificial dyes and are cruelty free.  This line is an extension from the Twist N Locks brand which has their own website, however, the best place to connect with Tweenz Brand seems to be on Facebook and Twitter.

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Tweenz Hair

The Test Begins

I showed Kiara that she had new hair care items to test out … I let her open the box and her face lit up! My daughter has long hair, while it’s straight and not so much frizz, she has such a difficult time keeping her hair from being a tangled mess and in turn no conditioner has ever seemed to really help her hair to be easier to brush out. Let me tell you what, having a daughter with tangly hair and being the Mom who has to brush it out is not fun for Mom nor daughter!

The first time Kiara washed her hair with the Tweenz shampoos she was amazed. She said Mama come feel my hair, seriously look! And she put her brush right through her hair, no problems. I was amazed! So was Kiara.

From now on this girl only uses her Tweenz Shampoo and on occasion the leave in conditioner, but beyond that she does not want to use the normal shampoo and conditioner products I buy (which are name brand, high end products to tell you the truth).

So when asked what I would recommend to help with young girls hair to not become such a headache each day, I would personally and honestly recommend Tweenz Hair Care Products with no question!

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