Tuesday 1 July 2014

Time2: Frizz Off

Lee Stafford Frizz OFF Collection 
Price: Between £9.99 - £12.99
Where2Buy: Boots
The Gossip: Say goodbye to unwanted frizzy, dry and unruly hair with the brand new Lee Stafford Frizz OFF range

For smoother, straighter, frizz-free hair all you need is Lee Stafford’s Frizz OFF range. The new collection gives instant results, banishing frizz whilst moisturising hair to help tame static, making you locks calm, smooth and manageable.

The four piece collection has the ability to make every strand of hair feel silky smooth from route to tip and all products are sulphate and sodium free enriched with keratin to flatten the cuticle and keep frizzy hair under control. From the foaming Frizz OFF Shampoo and taming Frizz OFF Conditioner to the creamy Frizz OFF treatment, an intensive mask that really gets down into the hair’s cortex to replenish lost moisture and form a frizz barrier. 

Last but not least is the frizz off keratin blow dry smoothing spray a hairstyling hero which moisturises and strengthens to reduce breakage whilst styling. Containing collagen known for its rejuvenating effects.

All of these products have one thing in common...they are sulphate and sodium (salt) free which means they work wonders for people like me with coloured hair. 

Frizz OFF Shampoo and Conditioner
Cost: £9.99 each (250ml)
Key features:
Sulphate and Sodium free
Contains Keratin to keep frizz at bay
- moisturising formula

Frizz OFF Treatment  
Cost: £12.99 (250ml) 
Key features: 
- Sulphate and Sodium free
- This product forms a frizz barrier while still replenishing lost moisture
- contains Keratin, helping to reduce frizz and hair breakage

Frizz OFF Keratin Blow Dry Smoothing Spray 
Cost: £10.99 (200ml) 
Key features: 
- Sulphate and Sodium free
- contains Collagen to rejuvenate and moisturise and Keratin to reduce frizz

- Improves body, texture and manageability while smoothing split ends and cuticles

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