Monday, August 12, 2013

hair therapy: Nexxus Frizz Defy Shampoo and Conditioner

combating frizz and unruly tresses isn't just for serums, creams or leave-in products. in fact, the battle to win gorgeous tresses begins in the shower; choosing the appropriate cleanser and conditioner makes a difference! the Nexxus Frizz Defy collection includes a shampoo and conditioner {reviews of the other products coming soon!}, and even if you choose not to use the other products in the range, i recommend you start with these...

lightweight ingredients, moroccan argan oil and coconut extract, are the stars in this Frizz Defy duo; the shampoo cleans and moisturizes while the conditioner, you guessed it, conditions and smooths, protecting hair against frizz and dryness.

so what makes Nexxus Frizz Defy shampoo and conditioner different than other shampoos and conditioners that promise to fight frizz?

the way my hair looked and felt immediately after using: clean and soft, not heavy or oily, the way some oil-containing products can leave it. after styling, my hair was impressively bouncy and shiny. also, the fragrance is light and pleasant, not overpowering. i also love knowing that Nexxus doesn't test on animals, so obviously, i have to give them kudos for that!

if you have the opportunity, do give Frizz Defy shampoo and conditioner a try! visit for more info about this line, other collections and where to purchase.

products featured sent to me for review consideration; pics taken by me :)


Peta said...

Hi Monique! I tried searching your blog for other hair care but I could not find any relating to dandruff. Just a question, do you have any idea what is the best shampoo for dandruff-'infested' hair? Thanks

monique said...

hi Peta!

anything that is formulated to treat dandruff will usually work. i know Head and Shoulders is a good one and comes in different yummy scents. i've heard The Body Shop's Tea Tree and Neutrogena T-Gel anti-dandruff shampoos are also really effective. hope this helps! :)