Viewer Review: Frizz-Ease: Thermal Protection

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Thanks to Candy from Dallas, TX for the review:

Tell us about it!: For those of us who have less than perfectly straight hair and are slaves to our flat iron, this product is for you! After stepping out of the shower and toweling my hair, one pump of this product spread through out my hair makes all the difference in the world. Even on those mornings when I forget or run out of conditioner, this product alone makes my hair silky smooth and shiny. My hair is much healthier, fewer split ends, and never gets tangled or out of control with this product. Its the best 8 bucks you’ll spend at the drugstore on your hair!

Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection Hair Serum

Frizz-Ease Thermal Protection Hair Serum instantly shields all hair types against the damaging effects of heat-styling UV exposure that lead to frizz. Infused with a Thermal Shield Complex, this defensive formula safeguards strands with a layer of protective gloss; buffers hair against styling stress to effectively prevent breakage & split ends. Minimizes color fading. Leaves hair smooth & silky with vibrant shine whether you style straight or curly.

Product Benefits:

* Protects against damage and color fading caused by heat-styling & UV exposure
* Daily use smoothes, shines & prolongs color
* Defends against damage & frizz
* Style straight or curly

Directions:

Use after shampooing and conditioning on wet or towel-dried hair. Can also be used on dry hair to smooth, shine and protect. Use sparingly by dispensing a dime-size amount of serum into palms. Rub hands together and distribute evenly throughout hair. Use more or less depending on hair length and thickness. Style as desired.

$8.99 Frizz-Ease: Thermal Protection (or at your local drugstore)


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