This genuinely chemical free hair calming serum helps to manage coarse frizzy hair and control fly-aways. Camellia seed oil helps to add shine to the hair, while vitamin E and flax protein protect your hair from environmental damage.
- Synthetic polymer free/plastic free
- Alcohol free
- Silicone free
Size: 150ml / 5 oz
Aqua(water), vegetable glycerin, natural multi-sugar derived from vegetable, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride (from guar gum), Camellia sinensis (camellia) seed oil, Linum usitatissimum (linseed) seed extract (flax protein), Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil, Tocopherol (vitamin E), Citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract, Mentha arvensis (peppermint) leaf oil.
After shampooing and conditioning, apply a generous amount to the palm of your hand and distribute evenly to wet hair from root to tip. Style as usual. Excellent to use with Suncoat styling mousse or gel or hair spray for desired hold.
I am always tempted by new anti-frizz product, so was delighted to try
Suncoat Natural Hair Calming Serum. (What is with the name? Does it have
The first positive is the texture and quality of the serum. It is not
gloopy and jelly-like, like some products which leaving your hands and hair
sticky. It isn’t heavy like some hair creams, which have too much talc.
I really liked Suncoat’s lightness and pourability. It is so light that at
first I didn’t trust it and probably used too much, but I have learnt.
It holds the hair gently, calmly without heaviness. It just’ stays put’ and
its benefits are felt for around two days until the fluffiness tries to make
I like the lightweight, classy packaging and really like the pourability.
With wet hair after a shower you don’t want to start fighting the packaging
to get the goods out (are you listening John Frieda?). Its easy access is
The main cause for concern is the smell; it is a little too natural for my
taste, conjuring up farms and earthy countryside. I’m afraid I hold my
breath when I apply.
But apart from than that this is a great product and I wish it well.