Rene Furterer Lissea Leave-In Smoothing Fluid Review

It used to be that when my hair got frizzy midweek, I just had to put up with it. Through heat, humidity, exercise or whatever, it didn’t matter how much smoothing cream or defining spray I used, I was stuck with a pile of frizz until I had time to fully wash it again. Then one day during a particularly unruly week, I saw a coworker had a bottle of Rene Furterer’s Lissea Smoothing Fluid on her desk, so I asked to try it out.IMG_6991

I ran a couple of pumps through my hair, and I was AMAZED at how the frizz immediately turned back into sleek curls. It was insane. I’ve never had my hair behave so quickly and easily before, ever. Obviously, I immediately got myself a bottle, and it has become a complete lifesaver. Every time I get a patch of hair out of line, I smooth a bit of this through and it’s a beautiful curl again!

Lissea Smoothing Fluid contains physalis extract – aka winter cherry, aka Japanese lantern berry, aka the yummy orange berries with the paper leaves around them. This is what gives it the amazing anti-frizz effect. It’s also intended to protect hair from heat styling, so if you’re into that, this is the product for you.

Avocado and sweet almond oil also help to genuinely nourish the hair, which I think is essential for any self-respecting anti-frizz product to do. It’s all well and good to coat unruly hair, but frizz will never go away or improve in the slightest if you don’t look after it!

I adore this stuff, and it’s made my notoriously difficult hair SO much easier to care for. It’s available exclusively on Escentual.com AND there’s currently 25% off so get over there and buy some for £12.75!

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