We recently partnered up with a hair and skin care company, Chaacoca. You can find them at www.chaacoca.com. This is a business that keeps their priorities straight, by using recycled materials whenever possible, paying the people who package their products fair wages, and staying away from sulfates, phosphates, and parabens in their products. Organic Moroccan Oil is the key ingredient in their great products. While creeping on their facebook page, we also discovered the word “chaacoca” means crazy hair in the Moroccan culture. How funky is that?
We will clue you in on how some of their products worked out for us. These products are also made for all hair and skin types. Do any of our readers use Moroccan Oil? It truly is the key to have beautiful, healthy hair in our opinion. We try to use some every day!
Justina’s review: This is a lot milder of a formula than most clay masks I’ve used. Generally speaking, when I use clay masks they feel great going on but I’m a little nervous to wash them off because it’s hard to get off with a towel, and I know I’ll end up peeling a bunch off, which can be painful. My skin’s not sensitive per se, I would call it normal to dry with occasional breakouts. I definitely thought this mask helped balance out my skin’s oils rather than stripping them. I was able to easily towel it off with warm water and it left my skin feeling fresh and clean!
|I had fun testing this out!|
Jessica’s review: I’m a huge fan of clay or mud masks because I love the look, texture, and feel. It just feels so earthy and natural to me. This is a little bit thinner consistency than some other clay masks. The ones I have used often times come in a jar instead as they would be harder to get out of a tube. The color is a greenish-brown. There are some tiny little beads which results in some gentle exfoliating action. If your skin is dry like mine, you will need extra lotion after this is rinsed off.