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Free from Frizz keratin treatment

(12 Posts)
foolssilver Thu 13-Mar-14 12:14:44


Spotted this a keratin treatment in Boots called Free from Frizz and wondered if anyone has tried it. It's only £14.99 so may be worth a try but good to get opinions I guess.


StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Fri 14-Mar-14 11:30:46

it seems to only last 6 weeks, I would prefer the one from amazon that lasts 3 months and is great. here tis a miracle product

foolssilver Sun 16-Mar-14 18:13:08

Thanks Eccles, will give it a try.

Awks Sun 16-Mar-14 19:55:58

Agree with Eccles, I used the product on Weds, washed it out yesterday and for the first morning ever, I woke up today with shiny, smooth and unfrizzy hair. It's a miracle indeed.

MrsYoungSalvoMontalbano Sun 16-Mar-14 20:19:48

I am interested in this, but what I want is to keep my curls (ie not poker straight) but lose the frizz.. ie looking for shiny curls/waves....Would I get that effect if I applied it without using the straighteners...?

Skivvywoman Sun 16-Mar-14 20:36:08

I'm really interested in this product,

I've got fine curly hair but always straighten it

I've read the reviews and it seems to be people with thick course hair, would it work on mine?

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Mon 17-Mar-14 08:32:10

it works on any hair, it is however primarily a straightening effect so no Mrs doubt it would work for you. try boots curl cream or there is also a review of john friedas new go curlier heat activated spray £6.99 in the sunday mirror magazine that seems to rave at how soft and defined it leaves curls.

Michelle2229 Mon 17-Mar-14 11:56:02

The Free From Frizz system is not a straightening system. It merely softens the bonds rather than breaking them. Straightened hair requires bonds to be broken and then set. If you are curly your curls will remain albeit a little strighter in early days.

There are two versions one for Fine / Normal and one for Thick / Coarse. These categories define the thickness of your actual hair shafts rather than the amount of hair you have. Around 70% of UK women are fine / normal. If your your individual hairs look more like sik thread you are fine normal.

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Mon 17-Mar-14 12:57:13

oops sorry I was talking about the other stuff from amazon.

foolssilver Tue 01-Apr-14 16:03:46

Sorry to come back to the thread so late. Just been paid so you going to try the amazon one.

I saw the free from one on This Morning, it was used in someone with curls and looked good but I think I need more keratin due to damage.

Thanks everyone

TheJumped Tue 01-Apr-14 19:08:53

I fancy trying the Amazon one - I have bleached hair that looks ok but is really quite damaged and if I don't bombard it with Kerastase and overnight oil treatments it breaks off. Would this be a good option or not for me? My hair tends to frizz and is wavy but I blow dry it straight - I don't want it poker straight though, just for it to be thicker and more weighty.

daimbardiva Tue 01-Apr-14 19:13:27

Does anyone know if there's any nasties in this? What does it do to your hair longterm? Sounds too good to betrue!

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