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John Frieda's Hot New Hair Products

John Frieda Overnight Frizz RepairPhyto have been around for some time but they have staying power. I love the John Frieda line because they are somewhat like a bridge product line.

They offer many of the advantages of salon products but they are mostly sold in mass markets like drug, grocery and e-stores, like's Marketplace. This means users get a fabulous celebrity hairdresser product line at drugstore prices. What could be a better deal than that?

If you are like me and love the higher end salon lines like Phyto, Rene Furterer and John Mitchell but love to stretch you hair care budget, you can alternate with lower priced, high quality products, like those made by John Frieda. That is one of my secret tips.

The John Frieda line was originally created by John Frieda and famed celebrity hairdresser Sally Hershberger (she of the $800 haircuts) helped design part of the line.

The John Frieda line was bought from celeb hairdresser John Frieda some years ago by a large conglomerate in the skin, beauty and hair care industry. They have done a great job of not only keeping the original formulas, but improving on them.

Recently we received our latest shipment at and I was delighted to see all the great new options. Besides changing the packaging, they have also introduced some great new products.

One of my new favorites is Frizz Ease - Creme Formula - Overnight Repair Formula. It s designed to work overnight to soften hair and eliminate frizz. After all, one of the most famous John Frieda products is Frizz Ease, which still sells like hotcakes.

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