Its claims on the front of the bottle are that it, “Smoothes and tames split end and frizz” and “Polishes and protects hair from humidity” while the back mentions that it restores softness and shine and that its humidity-fighting power is long-lasting.
Unfortunately I found that these claims were mediocre at best. Okay, it did prove some level of shine and softness and sure, it fought frizz, for about 30 minutes, after I used it on wet hair, but overall the results were disappointing.
I decided to give this product a try because it was on sale (usually it sells for $7.99), can be used on wet or dry hair, and it looked like something that would travel well. And there it did succeed.
Packaged in a lightweight but tough container, this serum does travel wonderfully. But then so does John Freida Frizz-Ease Hair Serum and it fights frizz better, as well as provides more shine, than this product does.
However, I will give this product full credit for not being sticky or greasy, either on my hands or in my hair. Still, that’s not enough to get me to pick up this product again.
Would I buy this again: No.
Should you buy it: No.