Jennifer Aniston loves Phyto!

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Jennifer Aniston has admitted to using Phytodéfrisant to get her famous straight hair.  I’ve gotta admit, I’ve seen this product at Sephora forever – and now I’m a little more tempted to try it out.  Is that bad? :)

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Phyto’s Phytodéfrisant is a relaxing balm for all hair types, naturally curly or permed hair. Ferula, horseradish and garlic extracts coat and straigthen hair without any chemical action. The non-oily formula won’t weaken hair. Imparts shine as hair is blow-dried.

It was voted “Best of Beauty” by Allure!

$24.00 – BUY IT HERE!


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June 15th, 2007 at 1:17 pm

hmmm I might have to try this! I have the frizziest waviest hair. Tell us if it works for ya!

June 15th, 2007 at 4:09 pm

I’ve used this product and I have really curly hair. It is fabulous both as a straightening balm, and just as an anti-frizz product. I leave it on and just let my hair dry. Just a warning, though…a little goes a long way. Too much, and it starts to flake.

June 15th, 2007 at 4:45 pm

this is the worst product EVER!!! I’ve seen it at Sephora forever too and it’s been voted in some magazines as some wonderful product, but it really is TERRIBLE!! The color of it resembles KY jelly and the smell isn’t so good either. It doesn’t do anything that it claims to do. I have naturally curly hair and it gets very frizzy. I bought it because I was going on vacation to Greece last summer (very hot) and it made it WORSE!! Jennifer Aniston’s hair must not be naturally curly!