This is a review on John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease Original Serum!
Here is a bit of information from the press release: For almost two decades, you’ve counted on Frizz-Ease to ward off your frizzy strands. Trust us when we say you’re not alone. In fact, countless women have been relying on Frizz-Ease Hair Serum-the world’s first-ever frizz-fighting serum-since John Frieda himself first created it over 17 years ago. So much that one Frizz-Ease Hair Serum sells every 15 seconds! If you’ve loved what the original does for your hair, just wait until you try the Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection or Extra Strength Serum Formulas.
How it works:
Instantly and dramatically transforms dry, frizzy, or chemically-treated hair into incredibly smooth, glossy hair.
An exceptional blend of silicones immediately smooths texture while delivering a layer of crystal-clear gloss for perfectly polished, frizz-resistant styles.
Repels humidity to help prevent weather-related frizz.
Contains a UV filter.
How to use it:
After shampooing and conditioning, apply a dime-size amount to wet hair. Do not rinse out. Style as usual.
~To ensure even application it’s best to comb the serum through your hair.
~A little goes a long way.
~Avoid applying directly to roots.
If you’re like me, and often have your hair sideline you from the game, then John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease Original Serum needs to be your number one draft choice this season. Their unique formula with Seaweed Extract soothes unruly hair and forms a line of defense against unsporting weather conditions. So stop playing the backfield for fear of a hair blitz, because this serum blocks future frizz from tackling your doo; leaving it soft, shiny and manageable.
~Small, travel sized packaging
~Formulated with Seaweed Extract
~Reduces frizz and flyaway hair
~Leaves hair feeling soft, smooth, and sleek
~Can leak when laid on its side
This product retails for $9.99!
Overall, I rate this product at 4 out of 5 sugarcubes! It’s a touchdown for John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease Original Serum!
Note: John Frieda sent me this product to try and review on my blog. I am not associated with the company, nor are they paying me to review their products. As always, my reviews and opinions are 100% my own!