Hello dolls :)
I'm really into my haircare at the moment, and I really rate John Frieda, so there couldn't be a better time for another product to be introduced into my hair care regime. I rarely use heated appliances on my hair these days, but with the weather deteriorating, and to avoid frizz central, the ghds are back out. So I needed a good leave-in conditioning treatment to help nourish my tresses.
John Frieda say: Vitamin infused leave in conditioner nourishes and detangles dry, damaged strands to help hair resist breakage and feel silky-smooth. With heat protectant. Safe for colour treated hair.
I say: The first thing I noticed on the bottle is that not only is this a leave-in conditioner, but it also has built in heat protection. This negates the need for a separate heat protection product when drying and styling my hair. Moving on to the actual product, this is your standard liquid spray conditioner, much like spraying your hair with water etc. I mentioned that because I've also just tried the KMS one from the August GlossyBox and it wasn't a liquid, more of a full on conditioner texture which I found quite odd. Back to John Frieda, and I love the scent of this product. I spray this liberally all over my hair for an extra conditioning burst before heat styling. I'm so pleased that this is suitable for colour treated hair! I'm up for anything that protects my colour a bit longer!
John Frieda say: Spray liberally throughout clean, damp hair. Do not rinse out.
I say: I tend to use this on the day between washes, especially if I'm quickly running my ghds over my locks, for an extra conditioning boost, which is only fair if I'm forcing my hair to endure some serious heat. The pump on this product is great, I've not experienced any leaking as of yet which can happen with similar products. The scent as I've mentioned is lovely. This dries fairly quickly without leaving my hair sticky or greasy. It helps leave my hair super soft and in fairly good condition even in case of a super long ghd induced frazzle! Thumbs up from me :)
Available from: Should be available from Boots & Superdrug and all other John Frieda stockists now, however it doesn't seem to be online yet and I haven't seen it in store but as soon as I get some more information, I'll update this post!
Purchase: Yes - I'm all for a 2 in 1 product!
Are you a fan of John Frieda? Which products are you using on your hair at the moment?