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With Australian Jojoba Seed Oil You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that styling and heat equals damaged hair. So keep a cool head. This rich cream helps fend off frizz and adds shine where your hair’s most parched. Be a hottie, not a frazzly.
The only thing better than saying Jojoba (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is using it on your hair. Our formula turns up the protection, and leaves locks go-go-gorgeously soft and smooth.
You should smoulder, not your hair.
Give hair a big, protective hug from a bottle.
Heat, do your worst: WE. ARE. PROTECTED
Heat-damage defence for hot-looking hair
My hair says straight yet soft after one styling with this cream until I next wash! It doesn't smell as yummy as other Aussie products - more like a regular heat cream smell - but it WORKS so well I don't even care!
Yes, I recommend this product
I have naturally wavy frizzy hair and was really amazed when I used this cream to form my curls...without even using a blow-dryer!!! Perfect curls in a minute, no frizz, very soft and shiny!!! My hairs' best friend!!!!
This is one of the few products that works with my thick, naturally curly hair. It works much better than many other anti-frizz/curl-defining creams, and doesn’t leave my hair sticky and hard like other products. It’s easy to apply, and leaves my hair looking relatively shiny and controlled for most of the day. (Unfortunately I've found it difficult to get hold of the product recently. I usually buy from Boots, but they haven’t had it in stock. I’m hoping to find a local stockist.)
Love all the products in the Aussie Hair range but found this particular one too heavy for my hair and, dare I say it, left my hair a bit sticky. Like the Take the Heat Leave in Spray much better.
No, I don't recommend this product
It is easy to apply and helps make combing wet hair easier, however it doesn't really protect your hair from heat damage at all.