Review: Fairy Tales Hair Care

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The Rosemary Repel line, as well as the Tear Free, Detangling, and Styling line of Fairy Tales Hair Care products, were created in the Fairy Tales Salon in Hewlett, NY. Interestingly enough, they kept their “secret recipe” under wraps until 1999 when they decided to launch the hair care line nationally.

It’s not a coincidence that these products make children’s hair soft and manageable, as they contain Vitamins A,B and E and passion flower, aloe, and jojoba. You also protect your children’s scalps and hair since they don’t have paraben or sodium laureth in them either. Every parent will love the ‘Tear Free’ Conditioning Shampoo, hopefully that will make bath time a bit easier for those that dread it! I’m going to let you in on a secret though: although technically speaking, Fairy Tales Hair Care is made for children…I’ve been using the Tear Free, Detangling and Styling line, and I don’t want to share!

It’s not difficult to like Fairy Tales Hair Care, along with all the other natural ingredients, the cherry bark ingredient creates an incredible scent to the shampoo and conditioner.

This is really good shampoo, conditioner and detangler to have on hand for the dry, winter air that creates a lot of static. It should help with the “fly-away” hair kids often get because of it!

The Tear Free Conditioning Shampoo, Detangling Conditioner and the Static Free Leave-in Detangling Spray retail for $8.95 each.

Fairy Tales Hair Care is currently running a contest on their Facebook page. The “OH NO, I HAVE LICE?!?” Photo Contest invites parents to snap and post a quick picture of their child(ren) doing his/her best reaction to finding out he or she has lice.

The funniest photo will win a $50 Visa Gift Card and a Rosemary Repel 5 pack, plus all entries will receive a 20% coupon code upon submission! Simply like Fairy Tales Hair Care on Facebook to post your picture!

The contest will run until February 29.

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