Heat styling (guilty), sun damage and regular hair colouring (guilty) can all end up in vicious cycle of dry, damaged and dehydrated hair.
I rarely meet a conditioner I don’t like so was more than happy to try out the new Full Repair range from John Frieda. The range (shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, repairing oil and flyaway tamer) has been designed to nourish, smooth and strengthen the hair and help break the cycle of damage. It contains Inca Inchi, an Amazonian lightweight micro-oil rich in Omega-3, to soothe coarse, damaged over-styled hair.
I’ve been using the conditioner as a co-wash (conditioner wash) and it leaves my hair smooth, soft and nourished. If I am going to straighten my hair I’ll use the Hydrate + Rescue Deep Conditioner first to nourish my hair before I heat style and to help reduce the risk of breakage.
My favourite product is the Repairing Oil Elixir. It is infused with substantial levels of omega 3 and Inca Inchi Oil, which is 47 times more than that of Argan oil. It helps to reduce breakage and repair, smooth and leave you with more manageable hair without weighing it down. It also contains highly unsaturated fatty acids which create a smooth and flexible film, wrapping broken stands to strengthen and replenish creating a natural barrier to heat damage. I use it on wet and dry hair.
The Flyaway Tamer is such a good idea; it’s a gel/oil formula that you apply to flyaways with a large mascara brush to smooth and add shine. It too contains Inca Inchi Oil.
If you’ve been unkind to your hair recently (too much sun/colour/heat etc) make friends again with the John Frieda Full Repair range.