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Soapbox Coconut Oil Shampoo & Conditioner #SudsySelfie Review

Disclaimer: I tested these Soapbox products for free, but all opinions are my own.

For my first #voxbox, I received a full size sample of Soapbox Coconut Oil Shampoo & Conditioner from Influenster. I was a little skeptical when I received it because I had never heard of this brand. I was excited to try these products because it said it would leave my hair moisturized. Everyone who knows me know I have extremely dry hair. I have tried so may different shampoos and conditioners and nothing seems to work. Nonetheless, I remained optimistic during this experiment.Soapbox hair care products contain Vitamins E and K, and Coconut Oil. These products do not contain any sulfates or parabens. These products  as well as other Soapbox products can be purchased at Target or via Soapbox website. 

What I admired about this company/brand is their mission. For every bottle purchased, clean water, soap or vitamins will be donated to those in need all over the world.  On the back of each bottle is a "hope code". If you go to www.soapboxsoaps.com/hope and enter the code, you will be able to to track who your purchased helped.Although I received these products for free, I was interested in seeing whose lives have been blessed. Using the codes on the back of the shampoo and conditioner bottles, I was able to see since 2007, China's project is called the clean water project which has served over 90,000 children daily. Since 2012, India's project is called the clean water, hygiene education, and sanitation project which has also served over 17,000 children daily. Support their movement and and make a difference in another child's life.

The best way to describe the texture of the shampoo is creamy, silky and smooth. I loved the tropical smell of this product. However, due to my hair texture, I had to use a generous amount of the shampoo for it to lather nicely. Nonetheless, I would use this product again because it did not leave my hair feeling greasy or heavy. It left my scalp feeling squeaky clean and refreshed. 

I am on the fence about the conditioner. It was not the greatest nor was it the worst.The texture is creamy and very thick which I loved. However, the following day, my hair was looked dull, dry and brittle. It was also very difficult to detangle and manage my hair. I would not use the conditioner again, but I would definitely use the shampoo again. Overall, I  am glad I had the opportunity to try these products. You can try them too. If you head over to Influenster, you can obtain Soapbox Voxbox coupons  and save $2.00 off your purchase.

Coconut Oil Shampoo
Coconut Oil Conditioner

What is your favorite moisturizing shampoo and Conditioner?

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