After a very busy holiday season, I am ready for a little me time. There are a few novels stacked up next to my bed just waiting to be enjoyed, and I can hardly wait to soak in a hot tub. That is a luxury that I rarely get to experience, and I’m going to make it even better by using my new Garnier Whole Blends shampoo and conditioners. It is just what I need to tame frizzy hair.
Garnier sent me several of these new Whole Blends products to try. They are just the type of product I like to have in my home: natural and gentle. The entire line is Paraben Free, contains natural extracts and uses gentle sulfates. This is just what I look for, particularly when I’m considering products that my children will use as well.
The natural ingredients are just part of the appeal with Whole Blends. Each blend focuses on a unique hair action and describes exactly how it can benefit you and your hair. Take at look at each blend and what it offers:
- Honey Treasures – Heals & Protects
- Argan Oil & Cranberry – Protects Colour & Reveals Radiance
- Avocado Oil & Shea Butter – Deeply Nourishes & Replenishes
- Coconut Oil & Cocoa Butter – Tames & Controls Frizz
- Green Apple & Green Tea – Revitalizes & Boosts Shine
- Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk – Quenches & Softens
I have been enjoying the Whole Blends Coconut Oil and Cocoa Butter shampoo and conditioner. I have naturally curly hair that can get very frizzy, so a shampoo to tame frizzy hair is the best choice for me. I decided not to use any other product in my hair so that I could judge how well Whole Blends worked at combatting frizz. I left my hair to dry naturally, and while there was a bit of frizz, I believe that it was less than I would usually have under the same circumstances. I will continue to use it, and after my next hair colouring I am going to try the Argan Oil & Cranberry blend.
You can get a sample of Garnier Whole Blends to try for yourself, and also be sure to come to the upcoming Twitter party #WholeBlends on February 4, 2016 at 7 PM EST. I will be there and I look forward to chatting with you!
Although this post has been generously sponsored by Garnier Whole Blends, the opinions and language are my own.