John Frieda Full Repair
I was kindly sent some John Frieda Full Repair Full Body Shampoo and a Deep Conditioner to test out for myself. I have used John Frieda products before, just not the Full Repair range which after dying my hair so many times, I'm thinking was well over due. I've been using both now for the past two weeks and here's what I thought.
The Full Repair Full Body Shampoo contains Inca Inchi which is a lightweight micro-oil rich in omega-3, this formula repairs the look and feel of overworked hair and adds body for full, flowing styles. It also de-tangles strands, reducing the risk of breaking and snagging while combing or brushing. Sounds perfect for my hair especially now that the summer has arrived with the sun drying out my hair.
On using this shampoo, I liked the smell and it foamed up really well. I'm not sure if it added body to my hair but I did feel that my hair was looking a lot healthier with it's newly added shine. I only used a small amount which means you will deffinatley get more usage out of you bottle for your money. I know with some shampoo's you have too use loads to get a good result. With John Frieda, less is more and you still get a great result.
The Full Repair Deep Conditioner is an Intense repairing formula, with lightweight Incha Inchi Oil which penetrates deep and repairs the look and feel of over styled hair , reducing the risk of breakage. Damaged hair becomes silky and full. It's safe for colour-treated and chemically-treated hair.
It comes in a rather funky pot which is a little different to what I'm used to but It works really well. With it being in a tub, you can simply scoop out the required amount nice and easily. There's no squeezing tubes or messing, you just take what you need. I added a small amount as I don't like to use too much conditioner as I often find it leaves my hair looking quite greasy. After using this Deep Conditioner I do think my hair looks a lot better, It's shiny (not greasy) and much healthier looking. I will definitely be continuing to use these from now on.
You can check out the John Frieda Full Repair For yourself.