John Frieda Frizz-Ease Helps You to Beat the Heat!

Let’s face it, the humidity during the summer wreaks havoc on your hair, whether you’re prone to frizz or not. Fight unruly frizz and sun damage this summer with help from the experts that brought you the world’s first-ever frizz-fighting serum: John Frieda Frizz-Ease.
Countless women rely on Frizz-Ease Hair Serum to help fight frizz – in fact, a bottle of the sought-after serum is sold every 15 seconds! With three different formulas to choose from – Original Formula, Extra-Strength, and Thermal Protection – there’s a solution for every frizz type. Also, each bottle is small enough to throw into your beach bag, which is perfect as you should apply the serum to wet hair! Take your pick this summer, and combat frizz with Frizz-Ease Hair Serum to get sleek, flawless style.

 

Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum collection includes:

Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum Thermal Protection Formula – This formula is the ultimate way to protect hair from the damage that causes frizz and color-fading – namely, hair dryers, flat irons and, most importantly for summer, UV exposure. It contains a Thermal Shield Complex, and promotes smoothing in order to help prevent future frizz that can stem from heat and UV damage. In addition, it leaves hair silky and with vibrant, enviable shine.

Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum Original Formula – This blockbuster formula began the Frizz-Ease® phenomenon to transform moderate frizz and flyaways. Original Formula Hair Serum is formulated with Seaweed Extract and promotes smoothing. With continued use, this formula actually helps to prevent future frizz from forming.

Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum Extra-Strength Formula – Designed for unruly, coarse hair, this formula contains Seaweed Extract and Silk Protein, known to condition and smooth hair. Over time, the use of this formula has the remarkable ability to help prevent future frizz.


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