No Frizz Shampoo
Why It's SpecialThis nourishing, smoothing shampoo keeps your hair cool even in the highest humidity.
What It IsLiving Proof No Frizz Shampoo is a rich lather shampoo that is the first step in fighting frizz.
Research ResultsPatented Healthy Hair Molecule (OFPMA): - 70% more effective than traditional silicone products at blocking humidity
What Else You Need to KnowNo Frizz Shampoo is powered by Living Proof’s patented healthy hair molecule (OFPMA), which in this formula does three things: blocks humidity, smooths hair, and helps repel dirt and oil to keep hair cleaner, longer. The result: your hair will look and feel smooth and soft and will stay refreshed. This product is an Allure Best of Beauty award winner.
PEG-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides
PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate
PEG-150 Pentaerythrityl Tetrastearate
Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein
Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate
I recently just ran out of my all-time favorite shampoo & conditioners, the Living proof. - No Frizz Shampoo & the Living proof. - No Frizz Conditioner which I will DEFINITELY be repurchasing as soon as I run out of my Sol de Janeiro ones! I have very curly, thin hair & I live in Arizona, so it truly keeps my curls in lock all day long! I’m obsessed with the scent of these, you can still smell it in your hair at the end of the day. It really helps maintain any kind of frizz that I have, even though I’m not really in a very humid part of the world. This is the second set of Living Proof shampoo & conditioner and I will continue to repurchase because it really works for my hair! It’s quite a high price point, but for the results I honestly think these are worth splurging on✨🧖🏻♀️
Living proof.-No Frizz Conditioner
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