John Frieda Beach Blonde Smooth Seas Detangling Conditioner

Moisturizing Surf Hair Treatment

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Posted: Aug 22 | No Comments | Buyer Ratings: 0/10 |

I love spending time in the surf, but I don't love what it does to my hair. After a few days at the beach it becomes dry and tangled. John Frieda claim to have an easy solution with its Beach Blonde Smooth Seas conditioner.

Its minty-cool detangling properties should take care of those troublesome surf snags, making brushing easier, while the moisturizing seaweed extracts, wheat germ, and sunflower oil look to reverse the sun's damage. The conditioner also contains soothing aloe vera to calm your hair after the surf's punishment.

This John Frieda conditioner is simple to use. Firstly shampoo your hair as you usually would; John Frieda suggests using its own Cool Dip shampoo but any regular shampoo will do. Then apply the conditioner to your wet hair and distribute it evenly. Leave it for a few minutes to work its magic before rinsing thoroughly.

John Frieda's emphasis on natural ingredients might seem a little new age, but it seems to work. Customers say the formulation is light and doesn't leave any build up as some hair products do. Girls with fine hair may need to dilute the conditioner with water to achieve the same results, but this is a minor inconvenience.

John Frieda's Beach Blonde Smooth Seas conditioner is pricier than the average at more than $10, but it also appears to be a hair product that does as it says it will. That performance makes it worth the expense over summer, although I wouldn't make it part of my year-round haircare routine.

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