Cantu's Whip Appeal

By: Alea J., Contributing Writer and Curl News Correspondent

Let’s all meet at Target and have a selfie segment while cradling our favorite products! Who’s with us? This is a breakthrough. We’re opening doors and shutting down stores and this time it has nothing to do with our naturally fierce appearances. All of our favorite products are flying onto the Target shelves and Cantu has joined the list! Cantu says, “At Cantu we believe that you deserve more. We believe that the brands you buy and make up a part of your every day life should work as hard as you do. We believe that Cantu products should consistently help you showcase your true authentic beauty. We also believe that great performing (and smelling!) products should be affordable to all women.” Cantu provides products for the core necessities of your hair. An amazing moisture line. In addition, they offer products strictly for naturals and body butters. Not only will your natural tresses be highly moisturized, but you will glisten from top to bottom by using their Shea and cocoa formulated body butters.

A few of the products you will find in Target stores are Cantu’s Coconut Curling cream. This coconut infused cream helps heal dry, damaged hair and provides intense moisture and strength. Coconut Curling cream, aside from being rich in coconut oil is widely affordable and a genuinely easy to apply product! Looking for a cream based moisturizer and curl definer?  This is the ticket! Also on your Target shelves will be their Creamy Hair Lotion that acts as a detangler, moisturizer and shine elixir! Cantu products just continue to get better and better and at such an affordable price- who could deny running out to Target to stock up on some moisture! With so many products on the market, it’s hard to decide which ones to take a chance on. What will target the challenges you face and aid in growing a healthy beautiful head of hair?  For most naturals moisture is an inevitable combat. Look no further! Cantu is here in alliance with naturals, all over the country.

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