Today’s review is about a conditioner from the much-loved hair care brand John Frieda. Since I am always on the lookout for “frizz control” products, I got one from this brand too. Let’s jump in to the review of John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner.
£2.80 per 100 ml.
Reverse 75% of surface damage for 3x smoother hair*. Containing an Amino Repair complex, these new products help nourish and replenish moisture, addressing split ends, whilst still controlling your frizz. Also ensuring to repair and restore resilience for healthy hair whilst restoring shine for soft, manageable hair. *Miraculous Recovery Shampoo and Conditioner system vs. non-conditioning shampoo.
My Experience with John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner:
The packaging is fuss free. It comes in a deep violet and black tube with a screw on lid. The tube looks beautiful and feels lightweight. It is travel friendly and has product details written on it. Coming to the product, the conditioner is light but creamy and apt as a daily conditioner. I won’t call it a deep repair or treatment conditioner. It has a faint chemical smell, common across many hair product brands.
The conditioner is easy to spread and apply. It washes off without much effort, and doesn’t leave any residue behind. My hair feels hydrated, soft and manageable. It does work towards easing my frizz woes, but then it is more of a daily maintenance product. I find it easier to detangle my hair after using this product, even without a serum.
The effects are seen for two days or so. As I said, there isn’t anything that makes my hair become obedient and well-groomed for long, so I find it a good enough product, nothing extraordinary! I couple this conditioner with a weekly repair treatment to get best benefits. It didn’t have any effect on hair fall or shine of hair.
Pros of John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner:
- Fuss-free, travel-friendly packaging.
- Appropriately priced.
- Makes hair soft and manageable.
- Easier to detangle hair.
- Controls frizz up to a certain extent.
- Good as a daily maintenance conditioner.
Cons of John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner:
- No effect on hair shine or hair fall.
- Doesn’t give very good frizz control.
- Hair doesn’t feel very smooth.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner?
It’s okay while it lasts. I would recommend it as a daily solution but don’t expect exemplary frizz control.
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