My hair is gray/white under my haircolor, naturally curly, but never as beautiful as with this product. Several people stop me to ask what I use on my hair, because my curls are so beautiful and nicely defined. I tell them about this product, and that I got it at Sephora. Unfortunately it is labeled as a "botanical hair relaxing balm". That is not what it is! Clearly written on the tube, and in the brochure in the box, it states "Phytodefrisant is specially designed for naturally curly or permed hair to nourish and gently soften frizzy hair". The first time I thought to buy it I was sceptical because I have curly hair and you state in "What else you need to know":"Straightening effect is cumulative with continued use.", and I was concerned that my curls would become straight. I wrote you a letter and you wrote back that it only meant that they would become softer with more use, so I bought it. I am so happy with it for my curly hair. Sephora needs to state this "Phytodefrisant is specially designed for naturally curly or permed hair" since that is what it is!! It's not for straight hair, although many reviewers have stated that it works well on their straight hair. It is meant for curly hair.
I wrote a "Review" a while back (but it got lost among the many reviews). I think it is important for Sephora to state this in your description of the product.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
Try Phytodefrisant Botanical Hair Relaxing Balm. I've tried everything on the market and this clear gel is worth a try. I've been using it for years! I still try new products that come out, but nothing can touch this balm. You don't need much. I have chin length hair and I don't use more than a quarter-size dose of it in my palm on the rainiest of days. I wish you the best!
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
Try Phyto Phytodefrisant Hair Relaxing Balm. It's best when used with a blow dryer but I have very wavy hair myself. I've put this in, let it air dry and had nice soft waves. Oscar Blandi Silk Polishing Creme is also good. I would say for skipping the blow dry and letting your hair air dry, the polishing creme is better.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago