Ancient Plant Extract Fights Frizz
By Marissa Hicken |
Curly or straight, short or long, and all that's in between, no matter what kind of hair you have, you've been plagued with frizz at some point.
For a good hair day, regardless of the forecast, I turn to the power of papyrus milk, a hair remedy used by ancient Egyptians as far back as 1551 BC. Renowned as the first form of paper, papyrus also contains an extract that nourishes and smoothes hair with its essential fatty acids and phospholipids.
Klorane has come out with a hair care line featuring this frizz-fighting ingredient that includes a shampoo, conditioner, mask and styling cream. Formulated with papyrus milk to withstand thermal aggressors and humidity, each product softens and tames unmanageable locks, leaving behind beautiful tresses, minus the frizz.
The entire line has a delicate scent, reminiscent of fresh-cut grass, that is subtle but also fragrant enough to leave your hair smelling clean and fresh. After the first wash with the shampoo and conditioner my hair was smooth, shiny and under control. The no-rinse care styling cream acted as a leave-in-conditioner, helping to detangle and smooth my towel-dried hair, all while adding some extra hold and protection before blow-drying. And with the humidity at 96 percent this morning in South Florida, I have to say the Klorane papyrus milk range passed the test, hours later my hair is still smooth and sleek.