22 Jul Must-Haves from Jergens® and John Frieda’s® Latest Innovations
Last week, I had the chance to experience some of the latest skin care and hair care innovations from Jergens® and John Frieda®. And I must say, I was very impressed.
Already being a huge fan of the John Frieda® FRIZZ EASE products, I was eager to learn more about their latest creations. My favorite of the night had to be the Beyond Smooth Frizz Immunity Primer. It’s amazing! If you’ve ever suffered with frizzy hair, you know very well how difficult it can be to tame the dreaded frizz. So when I heard what this product does, I just had to try it. Once I did, I was in love! My hair was so soft and manageable with a long-lasting, frizz-resistant style, even in this humid, Miami summer weather. I totally recommend it!
Another amazing product was the John Frieda® FRIZZ EASE Air-Dry Waves for curly hair. Unfortunately, my hair is straight and this product does nothing for it, but for all of those beauties with natural curly hair, this product is a must-have. It claims to create soft, touchable, non-sticky waves as the hair dries. I was able to see first hand how this product works and the effectiveness of it when it was tested on a model at the event. As you can see in the picture below, the results are undeniable.
When it comes to skin care, moisturizing is the key, especially when you have dry skin like me. However, one thing I had never considered was how beneficial it can be to moisturize before drying. That’s why when I heard about how Jergens® WET SKIN Moisturizer works, I was intrigued. Luckily, we were given a chance to try it for ourselves right then and there. Once I did, I could not put it down. Not only did it leave my skin feeling soft and smooth, but it also left a light shimmer. To top it off, the calming green tea oil aroma was so refreshing. Definitely, something I could incorporate into my daily skin care regimen. You should really give it a try and see what it could do for your skin.
I have received these products complimentary for testing purposes. As always, the opinions stated are 100% my own.