Jul 102011
 

Infusium 23 leave-in conditioner frizz control formula

During the summer months my hair and I are in a constant battle for control. Between the heat and humidity as well as my use of heat styling implements my hair can tend to get a little dry. Now that I am growing out my natural hair it’s been an even bigger struggle between moisturizing my relaxed hair and my natural hair – without neglecting either. The sun tends to dry out hair, cause split ends and make hair frizzy. This is where great products come into play.

One product that I’ve loved since my teen years is Infusium 23. I remember my hairstylist whipping out this tall bottle and pouring this watery formula onto my hair and thinking how can this product do anything for my hair? Well boy was I wrong! Infusium turned out to be a great detangler for my dry hair and I’ve been hooked ever since.

infusium 23 leave-in conditioner frizz control

Fast forward to the present day and you will see that Infusium has expanded their product line tremendously. I decided to try their new leave-in conditioner especially formulate for frizzy hair. This leave-in treatment infuses with the hair cuticle to make the hair smoother and to protect against frizz. Infusium 23 is enriched with the Nutrimin 23 complex (a blend of 5 pro vitamins, proteins and amino acids) that nourishes hair to make it shiny, smooth and soft. The best part is that you can use this leave-in conditioner daily because it’s so light that it won’t leave your hair sticky with residue. Plus it smells really good!

One tip that I must share:

When I use this treatment I prefer to have a little more control over the application so I use a spray bottle to apply it. It can also be used on dry hair; I love a little spritz when slicking my hair back into a neat ponytail.

What is your favorite leave-in conditioner?

Infusium 23 Leave-In Treatment Frizz Controller 16 fl oz – $6.99

  One Response to “Infusium 23: Leave-In Conditioner for Frizz Control”

  1. Oh I can really use this especially in summer! I have dry frizzy hair which needs help.

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