JOHN FRIEDA TO THE RESCUE!

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As we all know, our hair needs a little extra tender loving care after it has been dyed or bleached. With my recently bleached hair in mind, I called on my good friend John Frieda who just so happened to have a new range out. Well would you look at that!

The John Frieda Full Repair range is specifically tailored to break the cycle of damaged hair, and in my case, to prevent my luscious locks from losing their lustre. Each product is formulated with Inca Inchi an Omega 3-rich Amazonian micro-oil which combats heat and chemical damage.

Does it work? 100%. I didn’t even need to use the whole range to see a result. I simply reached for the shiniest looking product (John Frieda Full Repair Repairing Oil Elixir to be precise), added a pea-sized amount to my hair and voila – healthier looking locks in 2 seconds flat. When it came to washing my hair the John Frieda way, the Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Shampoo & Conditioner did exactly what they promised.  Intense cleansing, moisturation, softness and shine in one wash.

If you really want to give your hair the full treatment, opt for the Hydrate + Rescue Deep Conditioner and Flyaway Tamer too.

Products as pictured above:

  1. John Frieda Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Shampoo– £5.89
  2. John Frieda Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Conditioner – £5.89
  3. John Frieda Full Repair Repairing Oil Elixir – £9.99
  4. John Frieda Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Deep Conditioner – £6.99
  5. John Frieda Full Repair Touch-up Flywaway Tamer – £10.99

The affordable range is available online, and at Boots, Superdrug, Tesco, Sainsburys stores nationwide.

It’s a yes from me.

Love, Ms.Rae xo

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