SoCozy Hush Sensitive Haircare

*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of SoCozy. All opinions are my own and not edited by the sponsor.* 

As a mom of a three year old I have always been amazed. Finding ways to help him exceed as well as myself is always something that I enjoy. SoCozy is a brand we have used in the past and just loved. Bath time has always been a favorite time of the day for my son. No matter what time of day or night he always asks to take a bath. I just never understood it. Especially as being a boy.

Washing his hair on the other hand has always been a different story. Always being sensitive to certain types of shampoos and conditioners have always been tricky. When we cut off his curls after he turned a year old they just didn’t grow back the same way. His hair hasn’t cooperated the same ever since. We always tend to use the non curly hair shampoo and conditioners. They just always tend to work the best.


Thank goodness for SoCozy. We got the chance to try out SoCozy’s new line Hush that Target is launching. As a mom who wouldn’t love this? Target is almost everyone’s happy place.  It’s the same great formula just better for kids with sensitive scalps. It even helps with frizzies, flakiness, bedhead and lice. Since it helps sensitive scalps the shampoo and conditioner comes in a two and one and also comes with a small massaging brush.

Friendly tip. Before you run all around the store. Head into their baby section. That’s where the product will be located

The serum works as a great styler. For having a toddler you definitely want to cut corners wherever you can.

The verdict: After trying this product out for a week it works great. We can usually tell right away if something isn’t going to work. My son comes from a family of Milado’s and Hispanic. Hair care is important but also can be tedious. The Hush collection doesn’t just work for kids with sensitive scalps but also helps with tangles and frizzies. Now that we live in an age where we have the option to pick a product that has no dangerous chemicals is also a huge plus. Time and time again we don’t spend the time to look at the label and just pick up what we’re use to seeing and buying.

Don’t forget you can purchase this at your local Target or even online.



  1. sneltzer
    April 20, 2017 / 10:04 AM

    We haven’t tried and products in our son’s hair yet. It is good to see reviews like this. Thanks

    • Jalisa
      April 20, 2017 / 4:31 PM

      Np. I love seeing kids products too.

  2. Elizabeth
    April 20, 2017 / 10:49 AM

    I’ll have to try this. My girls have thick and curly hair and finding a good toddler shampoo without chemicals is challenging. And who doesn’t need an excuse to go to Target;)

  3. kayla8642
    April 20, 2017 / 2:09 PM

    Always great to read about great products for kids. This seems like a good one!

    • Jalisa
      April 20, 2017 / 4:30 PM

      It’s a great one. I wouldn’t mind using it lol.

  4. April 20, 2017 / 3:11 PM

    My daughter seems to be sensitive when it comes to shampoos, so I will definitely check these out. Thank you for posting about it!

    • Jalisa
      April 20, 2017 / 4:29 PM

      No problem. I can totally relate.

  5. April 21, 2017 / 9:15 AM

    Oh he is so cute! we really struggle with hairbrushing in our house, there is an awful lot of hair to get through!

    • Jalisa
      April 21, 2017 / 5:53 PM

      Aww thanks lol. Just myself I struggle. When his hair is growing it is so hard to manage so I feel your pain

    • Jalisa
      April 25, 2017 / 2:17 PM

      There’s no harm in trying.

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