1 September 2013


John Frieda Hydrate and Rescue Shampoo*
John Freida Hydrate and Rescure Conditioner*
John Frieda Repairing oil elixir*

My hair is very long therefore it is quite difficult to keep it in a relatively good condition. It is inevitable that i have numerous split ends and it does bother me when i do not have enough time to constantly use hair masques and treatments on it. I am a student nurse so it is difficult to spend time deep conditioning my locks maintaining its condition and preventing split-ends, therefore when i was contacted to ask whether i will be interested in trying out some products, i was delighted to give it a try. When i saw this hydrate and rescue duo, i was so delighted because my hair was in a very dry and damaged state through using so many hair products and sea-salt sprays during the summer.

The shampoo and conditioner was very rich and luxurious to touch. It smelt amazing and it lathered up very well giving my hair a nice good clean but hydrating my hair at the same time. Usually i tend to avoid 'repair' or 'hydrating' shampoos because they tend to be too heavy for my fine hair, but i am delighted to say that these hair products left my hair feeling fresh and clean without weighing it down. It definitely left my hair feeling very soft to touch. I have been using these for just over a week now and i have seen improvements in the look and feel of my hair. In combination with the normal haircare products, i use the repairing oil elixir on the ends of my hair before blowdrying which is nothing new to me as it is a standard part of my hair care routine. The oil is very light to touch and it absorbed into my damp hair very well without the ends of my hair clumping together like some hair oils tend to do. A little bit goes a long way and i love the fact that it smells great and doesn't make my hair greasy at all. 

I do like John Freida products in general and i have also been a big fan of their voluminous shampoo and conditioner which i use on special occasions when i want that extra something for my hair. So this if somebody asked me how to treat my dry hair? i would highly recommend this range because it is worth every penny and i would definitely continue to adore John Freida hair products. Furthermore, if you are interested in recieving expert hair styling tips advice, you can check out videos from their youtube channel here.
Have you tried any John Frieda hair products?
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  1. Wow!!! According to you it seems good. My hair is curly and dull is it good for curly hairs???

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  2. I've just read another review on these and that too sang the praises of this range. It sounds so good, I'll probably pick this up next time I buy some shampoo :)

    Amy x
    -A Little Boat Sailing-

  3. I haven't tried this range yet but it sounds amazing, I need to check it out! Your hair is absolutely gorgeous hun! <3

    Andrea | RosyChicc

  4. great review dear

  5. I really would love to try this out! I keep thinking I should but the shampoo isn't sulfate free which my hair likes a lot better. The one thing that worries me too about repair hair products is that they tend to be too heavy for my fine hair. I might have to try this.


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