A while ago I bought two John Frieda Deep Conditioners, or as I like to call them: hair masks. I bought them because my hair has been a little on the dry side lately and I wanted something that made it feel as soft and silky as it used to be. I ended up buying these two masks because I’ve always been a big fan of the John Frieda hair products. If you’re interested in finding out whether or not they let me down, make sure you keep on reading!
Let’s start off with the John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Deep Conditioner. I have been loving the John Frieda Frizz Ease collection for ages now. I have pretty thin hair, but if the weather is only a tad bit moist, my hair will get frizzy like there’s no tomorrow, seriously. Therefore the products in this range are pretty perfect for my hair.
This Frizz Ease Deep Conditioner claims to be softening, strengthening and it’s supposed to make your hair bouncy as well as frizz free! Sounds pretty good to me.
I have to say that I don’t disagree with the things John Frieda claims this mask is supposed to do. After using it my hair feels super soft and silky and it looks as if it’s super healthy and alive (while that might not be the case, hihi). I really like that about it!
The mask itself has a very nice consistency and smells really good, which is one of the reasons why I love it so much. After using it my hair is not just soft and healthy, it’s also super good smelling. How amazing is that?!
Next up is the Full Repair Hydrate + Rescure Deep Conditioner. This one is a little more intense and moisturising compared to the Frizz Ease one. That because this is supposed to rescue and repair your hair, which is a way more moisturising process than getting rid of the frizz.
Because my hair is super thin and gets greasy within no time I usually avoid thick, heavy and intense products like this. But because my ends have been so dry lately and because I have been straightening my hair more often lately, I decided to give it a shot anyway.
The texture of this mask is pretty similar to the texture of the Frizz Ease mask, thought it’s a tad bit thicker. Even though thicker mask would feel more moisturising, I do like the fact that it isn’t as thick. This way it’s way easier to spread to your hair and you only need the tiniest bit. One of these jars will last you forever!
When it comes to the effects on the hair this mask is incredible. I expected to like the Frizz Ease one better because I have tried and loved so many things from that range already, but to be honest, this Full Repair mask is just a bit more amazing. It makes my hair incredibly soft, glowing, shiny, bouncy and alive. It’s incredible!
Overall I’m a huge, huge, huge fan of these John Frieda hair masks. Even though I try to avoid products with silicones in it and these do have silicones in it, I think these are the bomb diggity and I’m so glad I decided to give them a chance. If you’re looking for a good hair mask, definitely give these two a try!
The John Frieda Deep Conditioners are available at the drugstore for €9,85 each.
That was it for today. I hope you enjoyed reading today’s review and let me know which hair masks (or deep conditioners) you enjoy using!