Frizzy hair girl here. My hair is perpetually dry, no doubt because I am adverse to wrapping my hair or wearing a bonnet and it seems that I can’t manage to buy one of those silky, satin pillow cases…
At any rate, my hair demands moisture — daily. And hands-down, the best hair creamy moisturizer I have found for my hair is PhytoSpecific Moisturizing Styling Cream. I have been using this hair moisturizer off and on for over 14 years and even though the packaging has changed, the product is still efficacious and lovely.
Here are the details aboutPhytoSpecific Moisturizing Styling Cream:
Balm for dry and dehydrated textured and delicate hair. Provides every day hydration and optimal protection without weighing it down.
Properties & Results
Moisturizes and nourishes the hair shaft without weighing
Facilitates and maintains the hair smooth
Protects against sunlight
Ingredients: Quinoa oil, rice wax, castor wax, extracted protective Flowers Photo Sunflower extracts of Marshmallow and Hibiscus.
Use: Daily use on dry hair. Be used before styling on all of the hair or after styling to smooth flyaways. Can be applied after shampooing, before drying.
Recommended for all curly hair, frizzy and relaxed.
Use alternately with Butter Nourishing Styling if necessary.
Why it’s a must-have:
This rich cream is oil-based, so you only need a bit to give your hair the needed moisture for daily grooming. I also dab a bit extra on my ends for protection. I love that this hair cream totally absorbs into my hair, yet leaves it looking shiny, not greasy. It also helps control my frizz and softens my curls so that they are manageable.
PhytoSpecific Moisturizing Styling Cream is also wonderful to saturate your hair with before shampooing as a treatment or to apply for blow-drying. I love a product that has multiple uses as this one does.
Pro: Moisturizes, controls frizz, absorbs, adds shine
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Quinoa oil
Cruelty Free: Yes
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