* Prices may differ from that shown
The review I am doing is of 25ml sachet of this product
First of all price, £1.25 covers the sachet which can be used once on long hair or two or three times depending on how short your hair is, they are easily picked up at any supermarket. This is to treat damaged hair and I wouldn't recommend using it if you have never dyed or heated your hair before as there is simply no point.
*How it's used*
The application doesn't need any extra required time as it fits in with your shower and bath routine. You simply wash your hair and apply it, you leave it on for 3-5 minutes and viola! it's done. The product doesn't leave anything behind on your hair and is washed out really easily. You will already notice in the shower how soft your hair now feels. I tend to use it more on the ends of my hair because here is where the damage is and some conditioners can leave hair greasy if you put them too close to the scalp.
Well first thing you automatically notice is the smell, it smells just like a hair salon which put more trust in it, it's very thick and creamy which makes it a lot easy to use.
The first thing I noticed after washing it off was that my hair was amazingly shiny. After prolonged use of this stuff, my split ends aren't as visible as they once were. My hair feels very soft and is very easy to brush and style.
So yes, this product is worth every penny and the promises are always delivered.
I like to treat my hair to a conditioning treatment now and then and one of my favourites has been a John Frieda conditioning masque from the Brilliant Brunette range. So when I was given a travel size sachet of John Frieda Miraculous Recovery Masque from the popular Frizz-Eaze range I was keen to try it.
I have long hair which is prone to becoming dry at the ends, but can also be greasy at the roots. I also have a natural curl to my hair and sometimes in wet or humid conditions this can cause my hair to become frizzy. I wash my hair often, sometimes every day, because if I don't then it begins to feel greasy at the roots and dirty and it makes me feel uncomfortable.
I also often use straighteners on my hair to obtain a sleek look, along with using shampoo and conditioners formulated for a smooth, sleek look too and although my hair can look nice with its natural curl, it can begin to look frizzy as the day goes on which then irritates me. I have found that by using a deep conditioning treatment at least once a week and twice a week in the summer months, this does seem to benefit my hair and leaves it feeling softer and smoother for longer with less frizz.
I've already mentioned my love of John Frieda's Brilliant Brunette range but although I was aware of the Frizz-Eaze range, I was yet to try any of the products.
The information on the packaging states this is an anti-breakage nourishing crème for damaged hair caused by excess heat styling. I use my straighteners nearly every day and often prior to this I have used a hair dryer also and so avoiding heat damage is virtually impossible. When I have time, I try to let my hair dry naturally and keep the straighteners to the minimum usage I can get away with, combining this with regular trimming of the ends and using a deep conditioning treatment each week to leave my hair in the best condition possible. Reading that this product is designed for hair which is subjected to excessive heat, I felt quite excited about using it, particularly as it promised to help safeguard against future breakage and frizz.
I used my 25ml sachet and was so pleased with the results that I bought a larger tub of this product and have been using it weekly ever since.
When using the sachet I snipped the top and used the entire contents in one go. However, using the tub can be a little trickier as you have to unscrew the lid, scoop some out and also screw the lid back on, which may sound simple enough, but can be quite tricky whilst in the shower as you don't want water getting into the tub.
You apply this product after rinsing the shampoo from your hair and although it is advised to use a generous amount, I was quite tentative at first, even when using the sachet, as I have found in the past when using a lot of product it can be difficult to rinse and sometimes I have felt residue in my hair, so whenever I use a new product I tend to only use a little and then see what I think and adjust accordingly, until I find a result I am happy with.
You are to distribute the product from the roots to the ends of your hair and I apply a thin layer, paying particular attention to the ends of my hair and using less at the roots, which can become greasy. The crème masque has a thick texture, but it also feels incredibly soft and smooth as you apply it to your hair. The instructions say to leave on for one minute before rinsing thoroughly and they suggest using it twice a week. For an extra treat you can wrap your hair in a warm towel and leave it on for up to 20 minutes before rinsing, which is something I do intend to do but haven't got around to as yet. I am more than happy with the results after leaving it on for a minute, but I am curious as to whether my hair will feel and look even better if I leave it on for 20 minutes, so I must ensure I find myself some time to do this. I would imagine if your hair is severely damaged then this would be of greater benefit.
The product rinses out very easily and leaves no residue behind. My hair feels soft and silky right away and continues to feel like this after drying and straightening etc. I have found that by using this product at least once a week, that my hair's condition seems to have improved overall in that it doesn't seem to get as frizzy as it did and I have found I can get away with using my straighteners slightly less too. Using this product once or twice a week is also much better than just using a daily conditioner on my hair and I do feel that with continued use it has protected my hair from some of the damage caused by heat styling.
The 150ml tub costs £5.59 from Boots when I purchased it, which does seem expensive for a tub this size but the results make the price worth the money, plus I use slightly less than maybe the 'generous' amount recommended and doing this suits both my hair and my pocket as it lasts longer. Before buying this product I would recommend you buy the sachet first which will cost around £1 - £1.50, as these are an ideal way to sample to the product before purchasing a larger tub.
I am happy to recommend this product to protect your hair and minimize damage and frizz. Using this product keeps my hair looking and feeling soft and smooth and it also keeps the frizz at bay. It really is a miracle recovery!
I have dry, damaged hair which I have dyed and bleached many times too many. I recently started using a herbal shampoo, Amla Plus, which did start to improve the condition of my hair but it was slow moving. I decided to try the packet I bought for £1.23 from Tesco. I opened the packet before getting into the shower, I called on previos experience of the slippery hands problem. I washed my hair with herbal shampoo twice then put all the conditioner in my hair (long hair, just above the bust). I then tied my hair in a bun while I scrubbed down the rest of my body and face. To rince off the conditioner, I made the water cooler in temperature as I have read that rinsing with colder water helps close hair cuticals and maintain shine. Result: it was perfect. I have noticibly, prettier, smoother, shinier, softer and more managable hair. My hair has been dyed black and this connditioner gave it a rich, darker, freshly dyed look. I am very VERY impressed!
I actually brought this frizz-ease intense recovery masque for my boyfriend as he has very curly hair and it tangles together really quicky and his hair is very dry at the ends and looks pretty wispy.
The frizz-ease range was on a 3 for 2 offer at Boots so I also brought dream curls shampoo and conditioner as well as the intensive hair masque.
The frizz-ease hair masque comes in a round clear pot with a purple screw top on it. The discription on the front of the pot is quite small so its quite hard to find it among the other frizz-ease ranges.
The pot alone costs about £6 which is fairly expensive but you do get alot in it.
When using the frizz-ease masque you have to leave it on for 3 - 5 minutes depending on how damaged and dry your hair is. You only need to use this masque 2 - 3 times a week.
After using this hair masque you could tell the difference instantly. His hair was really soft and really easy to untangle. After it had completly dryed his curls were really defined and lovely.The frizz had completely gone and the dry ends were soft and smooth.
This product is great for anyone who has untamable hair. Its so easy to use and it does exactly what is says its suposed to do.
My curly hair was not behaving itself... I couldn't get hold of my usual products, Gliss Total Repair and as a result I had a major case of the frizzies. My hair was dry and wild and in desperate need of something!
I noted that SuperDrug had a special on with the John Frieda product and as I had used John Frieda Frizz Ease before and liked it because it used to control a major case of the frizzies, I picked up a couple of products, Curl Around Shampoo, Conditioner and Miraculous Recovery Strengthening Triple Cream Masque.
On the way home the lid must have come unscrewed and all I had in the bag was a gooey white mess, an empty pot, and a tube of conditioner and a tube of shampoo covered in white goo
Will I buy it again? Nope
Can I recommend it? Nope, never got the chance to try it
What can I say about it? Not much apart from where is the security seal?
Considering the cost of the product surely a little bit of plastic encasing around the tub wouldn't hurt
I picked up a sachet of this last week. My hair was feeling really dry after being out in the sun so much so I decided to give it a much needed treat. The sachet was 99p for 15ml. I have used this before in full size, it normally comes in a pot which contains 150ml of conditioner and costs £5.89 in Asda, however they currently have an offer wher John Freida products are 3 for £10, Boots also sell this and currently have a 3 for 2 offer on.
The conditioner has targeted conditioning to damaged areas. It reinforces and strengthens hair whilst safeguarding against future breakage and frizz. John Frieda's frizz ease is a well known brand which has been developed to make all levels of frizz more managable.
To use this conitioner you simply smooth onto wet hair after shampooing. You then have two options you can leave it on for 3 minutes and rinse off or you can leave it on for up to 20 minutes for a more intensive treat.
I always leave it on for the maximum time sometimes even longer as I like to soak in the bath for as long as possible.
The conditioner is white in colour and has a thick consistency, you only need a small amount to cover your hair from root to tip. It rinsed out really well too not leaving the slimey layer on my hair I have experienced with other deep conditioners.
My hair is highlighted so it is very dry, I also blow dry it every other day and straighten it daily so it takes quite a battering!
After using this my hair felt really soft and smooth. I like to wear my hair straight and like it to be as smooth as possible. This reduced frizz and tamed split ends. It smoothed my hair cuticles and made it soft and managable. It also had a lovely shine.
I would recommend this to those who suffer from dry or damaged hair, it may not be suitable for finer hair types as it is rather rich. I would recommend trying the sachet first to see if you like it!
I will give you some information on my hair OK?
Over the past year I have stripped it at least 6/7 times with a hair bleaching kit by myself.
I have died it twice every month for the last 5 years.
I have changed hair colours I don't know how many times in the last year, black, brown, blonde, bright extreme red..from this picture you probably get what state my hair is in.
I wash my hair every single day without fail as it feels unclean if I haven't.
I blow dry my hair every day.
I straighten my hair every day.
It is dry, it is damaged, it is weak, brittle, limp, lifeless, split, full of frizz..it is basically just destroyed because of my idiotic behaviour.
I really needed something to help bring back something to my hair, something that would just make it stronger.
Browsing in Superdrug I found this pot, it stood out to me and I read it and it seemed perfect.
In Superdrug this was on offer for £5.61, or two for £6.99 on John Frieda products, I picked up one bottle of this ( which I regret now! if I had just spend another £1.48 I could of had another one! )
For the price you get 150ml.
The hair masque comes in a little round grey pot. It has a light purple twist on lid and on the front it has a logo for the John Frieda collection, along with lots more writing spread around the pot telling us about the product in purple, black and white writing.
There is also the ingredients, amount of ml you have got and address and email information for help with Frizz Ease.
The hair masque has a nice smell to it, kind of like my Nivea moisturiser.
The masque is white in colour and has a fairly thick texture to it.
This product is a strengthening hair masque, it says it is a rich anti-breakage nourishing 'crème' ( can I just say cream..? ) for damaged hair caused by excess heat styling.
On the pot it says that its anti-breakage formula penetrates the hair providing targeted treatment to damaged areas. It claims to reinforce, strengthens and safeguards against future breakage and frizz.
It says that after using this my hair should be: STRONG! ( yay! I wanted this very badly! ) and silky and very shiny!
To use this, it says shampoo your hair ( preferably with their style activating shampoo but pfft, I don't think so! ) and apply a generous amount from root to tip and leave in for around 1 minute, it also says for an extra treat, wash your hair with their shampoo, put the conditioner in your hair, don't wash out, wrap it up in a nice warm towel and relax for 20 minutes then rinse!
******** LEAVING IT IN FOR 1 MINUTE. **********
I have used this as normal conditioner as it says I can, but usually only once with every tub as I prefer to keep most of it as a hair treatment instead, it is easy to distribute through my hair, I usually leave conditioner on in the shower for around 3-5 minutes, its very easy to wash out and no residue is left in my hair, my hair instantly felt softer and felt healthier.
After drying my hair I did notice that it has improved in its appearance, there was a little less frizz and I know if I had of carried on using it everyday as a conditioner my hair would of improved, but still it did look a lot better than before.
******** WRAPPING MY HAIR UP FOR 20 MINUTES IN A WARM TOWEL ********
Of course I have done this too ( only about 2 times though with every pot! ) will tell you what I save the conditioner for later! ) I shampoo my hair, put in conditioner, don't wash out! towel dry my hair and then wrap it back up in a nice warm towel! Have a nice hot chocolate and watch some good old TV or come on Dooyoo and write a review!
20 minutes later and I'm in the shower washing out the conditioner, my hair does feel very soft, does feel healthier and looks ALOT better once dried, my frizz calms down so much with this, and my hair does feel stronger.
********* THE THING WHICH I DO, SLEEP WITH IT IN MY HAIR. ***********
I have done the above two, wrapped up in a warm towel and used as a normal conditioner, but the thing which works best for me and gives me great results is sleeping with it in my hair!
It might sound uncomfortable and annoying, but it is worth it.
I will shampoo my hair as normal, put the conditioner through, towel dry my hair with the conditioner still in, put it up in a high pony tail and sleep with it in, 4 times a week.
Because I wash my hair everyday this is fine for me to do, but don't do it and expect to just be able to go to work the next day without washing because your hair WILL be greasy and still more than likely damp, you have to wash it!
Just make sure you either put a towel down over your pillow, or change your pillowcase as the conditioner will be on it.
The result? doing this the product does everything it says, my hair is stronger, my frizz is so much less obvious than before, my hair looks healthier, is more manageable and just generally this product feels like it is helping my hair out a lot, and this is why I am on my 5th pot and my hair just seems generally a lot better than it was before, I can't recommend this enough if you need help with your disaster hair.
I'm not claiming this product has made my hair perfect, of course my hair is still wrecked and it will be for a long time to come, no product is going to help this, only time will..but what I am saying is this product HAS helped with the condition, its my hairs new best friend and definitely worth the money!
I have a nightmare hair type; I have greasy roots and dry ends. My hair needs washing daily because by day 2 it's greasy and disgusting. I try to use shampoo's which don't have moisturising properties as this makes the greasy roots problem even worse, but I need a good conditioner to apply to my dry, split ends. My hair also tends to get a slight frizz to it when I would prefer it to be lovely and sleek, and so I try to use a deeper conditioning treatment once or twice a week. I've loved the John Frieda range for quite some time now, most favourably the Brilliant Brunette range but I also dip in and out of the Frizz-Ease range. I've had a few good products from John Frieda and when I was in Boots and spotted an offer on the range, I was tempted to buy a couple of products I hadn't yet tried out before. This Strengthening Creme Masque was one of those products, but why did I choose this one?
Well the front of the tub states it's an anti-breakage nourishing crème for damaged hair caused by excess heat styling. I use my GHD hair styler almost every day, combined with a hair dryer every so often although I tend to let my hair dry naturally where ever possible to avoid heat damage. This damage probably isn't helping my split ends and so this was the reason I chose this product, as its anti-breakage claim appealed to me. The product also states that it will help safeguard against future breakage and frizz. The crème masque comes in a tub with a screw top lid. Whilst this might make it look good it can be a bit of a carry on in the shower, as when I have unscrewed the lid and scooped out a small amount into my hand, I then have to try and put the lid back on to avoid water getting into the product, so I often leave the lid just lying on the top until I'm done. It suggests to use this conditioner following one of their shampoos, but I ignore that and use any shampoo I wish. I then squeeze out the excess water from my hair before applying the crème masque. The tub states to apply a generous amount and distribute evenly from roots to ends. I do use a good amount but I focus more on the end of my hair then the roots due to my problematic hair I previously mentioned. The crème feels thick and soft, and it's quite alarming at first to apply so much of the product to your hair, I did imagine it not washing out so well and having that awful greasy feeling afterwards where too much hair product remains in your hair! The instructions say to leave on for one minute before rinsing thoroughly, and they suggest using it twice a week. For an extra treat you can actually wrap hair in a warm towel and leave on for up to 20 minutes before rinsing, I haven't personally tried this out as I'm too impatient, but if you do have extremely heat damaged hair then this would be a brilliant idea to give hair a much needed moisture boost.
It rinses out easily enough and each time I've used this crème masque I can tell the difference in my hair straight away. I don't always blow dry my hair, but when it's dry my hair feels soft, silky and healthy. I always have a good hair day the day after using this, I love to wear my hair down as it's not so frizzy and feels more thick than usual. It doesn't make my hair any greasier, thankfully, and my split ends are less noticeable and it makes a huge difference to any heat damage. I do try to use this twice a week when I remember, and it gives my hair a lovely and much needed boost. It's much better than using a normal daily conditioner as it nourishes hair that little bit more, and it's one of the best deep conditioning treatments I have used yet. I bought this product without ever having used it before and I would safely buy it again as it does give very pleasing results, it truly is a 'miraculous recovery!'
The 1250ml tub costs £5.79, and I do think there should be a larger tub as you do have to apply a good generous amount each time you use it and so this product doesn't last very long at all. It is worth it however, but because of the size I would wait until there is an offer on, there are frequent offers on the John Frieda range in Boots for example, so keep an eye out and give this one a go and give your hair a much needed conditioning treat.
I have naturally thick and curly hair that has a tendency to be frizzy. I have been colouring it for 12 years so it can be in quite bad condition. Being outside in all weathers with my horses doesn't really help either. I have decided to try and find the best intensive conditioner for my hair and although I don't think anything will beat Aussie's 3 minute miracle, I thought I was try the frizz-ease range again. I used to use them a lot when I was younger. I paid £1.49 for the trial and travel sized sachet in Superdrug. You can buy this product in a 150ml pot though (Sainsburys £3.66, Asda 3 for £10 and Tesco £4).
Miraculous recovery rich anti-breakage nourishing crème for dry, damaged hair sounded just what I needed. It says it will penetrate hair to treat damaged areas as well as strengthening and safeguarding against future breakage and frizz. It came in a metallic silver sachet.
Directions for use
Start with Frizz-Ease style activating shampoo, squeeze out excess moisture. Apply masque, distributing evenly from roots to ends. Leave on for 1 minute. Rinse thoroughly. For an extra treat, wrap hair in a warm towel and leave on for 20 minutes. Use twice weekly. Follow with Frizz-Ease hair serum.
I realised I was off to a bad start when I got home and read the directions for use. I didn't have the style activating shampoo or hair serum. Ah well, it can't be helped and I can only work with what I have here. I was not prepared to buy those products just to see if this one works. I shampoo'd my hair as normal and the sachet was easy to open even with wet hands. I found that the sachet gave enough product for 2 uses and my hair is about shoulder length so I thought this made it better value for money. The masque is thick, creamy and white in colour. It is easy to apply to your hair and to apply a good thickness. It has a fruity smell but I couldn't put my finger on exactly what the scent was.
I left the masque on my hair for about 4 minutes while I was in the shower as I didn't have time to wrap my hair in a towel for 20 minutes. As I rinsed off the masque I could feel how good my hair was. It felt like silk and was squeaky clean. The masque rinsed out easily and I was able to get a brush straight through my hair without there being any tangles. My hair was soft and shiny and looked really healthy instead of dull and tired like it did before I washed it. The smell stayed in my hair for quite a while too.
This masque is just as good as the Aussie 3 minute miracle and if you have shoulder length hair, you will get 2 uses out of a sachet so it works out cheaper than aussie that way. Aussie does smell much nice though (even if this one does smell nice). I will use this masque again in the future but I still prefer 3 minute miracle because of the amazing smell.
I have my hair high-lighted and cut every six weeks. Despite having it cut so often thanks to the high-lights i find my hair often looking dull, dry, dead, greasy, frizzy, rough and generally not going the way i wont it to or staying in the right place. Which tends to make me feel and look horrible! I am always complaing to my mum about it and on the off chance she had a sample of this frizz-ease critical care, it was a little sachet. I followed the instructions on the back, but left it on for a little bit longer than it said too and to my surprise when i washed the masque off my hair was shiny, soft, bouncy (when blow-dryed) and totally revitilated, something i really didn't except from frizz-ease products. When i get paid (not too sure how much the product is in places as i had a free sample but i would say around £5.50 in boots for the tub) i am deffinately going to get myself a tub as i think it works wonders, although i'm not sure if you used it all the time it would have as much as a good of effect. xxx
Priced at between £5.35 at Boots for an 150ml tub (and approxiamately £1.50 for a small sachet) this a product that can put people off by price alone. I must admit I have been lucky enough to find it on special offer at my local supermarket and have bulk bought the product. I first tried it using the sachet which is probably the best option for finding out if this is suitable for your hair.
The smell of the product is pretty standard for most hair products and there is nothing remarkable about it. Considered it is not made for making your hair smell particularly nice the scent is pleasant enough.
*~The Effects upon my hair~*
My hair is generally quite frizzy and wavy and can be temperamental particularly when the weather is wet, humid or windy. I desperately needed a product that would make my hair more manageable in the long run, particularly as I straighten my hair and sometimes there is slight heat damage despite my use of a straightening serum. The first time I used this product the results were instant and I was very pleased. It was easier to blow dry and straighten and I had less kinks when I went out, even in bad weather. I continue to use this product every week, particularly when I have an important meeting, event or am off to go see my boyfriend. It quite simply works and leaves my hair feeling smooth and shiny.
*~What about other people's hair?~*
My hair is generally quite thick but I really would advise that you buy the small sachet first. My mum who also has problems with some frizz bought a whole tub upon my recommendation. However, her hair is thinner than mines and she found that it thinned her hair more and made it look flat and boring, spoiling the effects of her rather expensive salon-bought thickening shampoo. So whilst it worked wonders for my hair it may not work well for other hair types.
I find that the quantity is quite small for the price but I continue to buy it for the effect it has on my hair. This is particularly pricey if you have very long hair. Personally, I find it lasts me quite a while as I do not use this too frequently. This is because it can make hair look too flat and a bit greasy if you use it more than 3 to 4 times a week. It is best to use this one day and then stick to your normal shampoo and wash the next day. Using it two days in a row can just be too much.
*~So is it worth it?~*
I continue to buy it, especially when it is on special offer as it is the only thing I have found so far that is really effective upon my frizzy hair. I would recommend it to anyone but caution must be taken - Test it out before you buy or you may regret spending so much money on it.
This product is fantastic! When I noticed that my hair had grown and split ends were multiplying, I strived for some hair recovery products. I bought this, but in a packet, and put it all over my hair, mainly focusing on the ends and hardly any near my roots. It really made my hair smooth, silky, shiny and I can actually see no visible split or dry ends now! (:Reccomend this to people with long damaged hair (I straighten mine every day, oops) because it has certainly worked wonders for mine!
Frizz-Ease - A perfectly marketed product, aptly named and actually does what it proclaims to do. I have been a long term user of this product and I feel I should express a warning to future consumers. When used appropriately i.e small pea sized blob - you can indeed produce smooth slicked back locks. However, the amount applied requires skillful judgement in relation to length and density of hair follicles. Slight over volume application will result in a greasy unwashed appearance, whereas under volume application will mean some residual split ends will escape and add to the overall frizz effect. So beware - your hair today maybe gone tomorrow! Main drawback to the product is the price which although reasonable if you are on a moderate to high income - could be considered expensive if finances are tight and would be something that one would cut back as opposed to say - bread and milk!
When my naturally curly, dry, frizzy hair is looking a bit frazzled and in need of some nourishment, I like to use a deep-conditioning treatment. Before I go on, I just want to point out that I have chosen this catergory because it is the closest to the one I was looking for - this is the same version of the pictured product, but in the deep-conditioner. I decided to try Frizz-Ease Miraculous Recovery Deep-Conditioning Treatment because it said on the back of the tub that it is prescribed for dry, frizz-prone hair (which mine definitely is), and I am a bit of a fan of the Frizz-Ease range. The instructions say to apply a generous amount of conditioner and distribute evenly from roots to ends. For dry, damaged hair, leave on for 5-10 minutes. For severely frizzy, distressed hair, wrap hair in a warm, wet towel, and leave on for up to 20 minutes. I decided to go for the full 20 minutes. The conditioner comes in simple packaging - a 150ml tub, with a screw top. The consistancy is very rich and thick, which is nice, but it makes it a bit difficult to get out of the tub, because you have to scoop it out with your fingers, and it seems to want to stay in one big blob, plus it goes all up your nails. After using the treatment, my hair felt soft and silky, and the wild frizz was calm (although I still needed to use serum). My hair was nowhere near as dry as it had been beforehand, and was even a little shinier and more manageable. It definitely looked in better condition, but I would not go as far as to say the results were "miraculous" - just very good. It gave my hair a much needed boost, but I am afraid that no miracles had happened as far as I could see!
I first discovered the Frizz Ease range of products last year, after trying many types of shampoos and conditioners for my thick, dry hair. I was pleasantly surprised by the consistent improvement in my hair's condition and decided to try the miraculous recovery creme. I use it approx once a week and it really does work. No longer is my hair a tangled frizzy mess! You wash your hair first, towel dry and then apply the creme, which has a really nice consistency with a fresh smell. The creme is left on between 15-30 mins depending on your hair's condition, then rinsed off. The effects are instant, no tangled mess to comb through, it's easy to blow dry and the finished result is smooth sleek hair which keeps it's sleek finish until the next wash. I buy one container roughly every six weeks, it really does go a long way and this spreads out the over £5 price. I would not use anything else now, looking back at old photos I wish I'd found it sooner instead of having a bird's nest for hair!
conditioning masque / 150mL / Anti-breakage formula penetrates the hair providing targeted conditioning to damaged areas; fortifies and silkens for resilient, frizz-proof results / The results: repaired, rejuvenated hair with a healthy looking gloss /