Friday, March 30, 2012

ANTIOXIDANT Leave in Protectant Review


I recently received a product to review. It is called ANTIOXIDANT Leave in Protectant. From the company Shielo. 

Here is some info from company:


Product Description 
Paraben free
UV protection with organic extracts
Styling aid 
4oz 118 ml

This antioxidant rich leave in protectant is designed to fortify every strand of hair, creating texture, as well as protect your color-treated hair from the elements. Our unique protective complex with pro-vitaminsproteins andamino acids infuse hair with vitamins while providing UV protection. For deeper natural and color-treated hair color. Excellent in eliminating frizz and protecting hair from styling tools.

Key Ingredients
• UV Protectants and natural antioxidants from White Tea enhance color protection.
• Shea Butter adds a protective moisture barrier to seal the hair shaft.
• Innovative Wheat Crosspolymer creates an invisible safety net around each hair to shield color, increase flexibility and reduce breakage.
Directions: Mist throughout clean, towel-dried hair For best color protection, comb through to ends to deeply preserve. Do not rinse. Style as usual. Can be used throughout the day.






My take on the product:

Number 1 - let me just say - I love the smell of this spray! That is the first thing I noticed. I'm not sure the exact fragrance - but it is very close to a coconut smell. It's really great!

Also my daughter and I have been using it after we take a shower and towel dry our hair a little. It works really nice, and my daughter said it makes her hair shiny and smooth. It seems to add a nice finish to your hair. And admittedly my daughter and I could tend to have a little "frizz" to our hair. And this spray seems to help eliminate that.

I would really recommend this to you! Check it out HERE to purchase some of your own. 4 fl. oz. for $19.99.

Disclosure: I received one of the above products to review. No other compensation was given and my opinions are my own.


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