Wednesday, 22 February 2012


Tresemme Heat Defence Serum

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Tresemme Heat Defence Serum: (£4.38)* 

Personally, I've never seen the importance of using a heat protector, I'm one of those people that tends to just dry and style their hair using heat and not think about the damage. I actually rarely use any styling products on my hair apart from Morrocan Oil and a tiny bit of hair spray. I always feel like too many products weigh down my long and fine hair and can leave it looking flat and greasy. However Recently I've been much more open to trying out haircare products,and been surprised at the incredible difference in my hair since updating my "hair care routine".

Tresemme Heat Defence Serum claims to protect hair up to 230C, smooth and fight frizz, help damaged hair from previous heat styling as well as seal in shine. I use a Babyliss Conical Wand on 220C (the highest heat) normally to style my hair so this product is perfect for it. Last week I had a massive hair disaster with my hair dryer which resulted in my hair looking like a dry, frizzy, unmanageable mess. I've noticed if I dont dry my hair properly using a hair dryer attachment and a rounded brush it looks terrible. So to try and counteract this, I dampened it a bit and added a few pumps of the Tresemme Heat Defence Serum and then blow dried it straight using a round brush. The Heat Defence Serum smoothed out all my flyaways and ends, and left my hair looked so soft and shiny without weighed down. I've never used a heat protectant or a hair serum before so I dont have the prior knowledge to compare this to another product. However I've really enjoyed using it and probably will keep this in my hair routine for the time being. Its not done anything bad to my hair so far! I tend to apply this to the ends and mid lengths of my hair while its wet before I dry it. I have also tried using it as a serum to add shine after I've styled it, which worked well at keeping my hair sleek.
Tresemme Heat Defence is £4.38 and you can purchase it from Boots, Superdrug and all major Supermarkets



26 comments:

  1. this looks really good, and for a good price too! xxx

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  2. The price seems really reasonable. I've been getting into these sort of 'treatments' and noticed great results. Might try this(:


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  3. i never took care of my long blonde hair until i dyed it red and cut in a fringe last July!
    Anyway everytime i go to the hairdressers she tells me off for not using heat protection! So now to keep it in condition; im also a firm believer of heat protection, moroccon oil and im excited to try out the Philip Kingsley Elasticizer as you reccommended!

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  4. I've tried this product in the past and unfortunately it didn't make much of a difference to my hair. Perhaps it's because my hair is extremely thick. I suppose some products don't always work on everybody xxx

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  5. Iv got quite long, fine hair & as I dye my hair im always on the lookout for a good heat protecter, totes going to be giving this a try!

    Great post! & AMAZING blog!! I think this is one of the first ever blogs I started following lol

    Hayley xo
    stylecandi.blogspot.com

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  6. I have the Tresemme heat defence spray but it never really worked... but I think I'll try the serum :) thanks Lily x

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  7. I have the spray which I love - it smells so nice! But this serum might be good for its frizz taming as well as heat defence, especially if it isn't heavy or makes your hair feel gross like some serums do. xx

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  8. This looks really good. I've been looking for a heat defence serum and this is such a good price! xx

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  9. I love this product!
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  10. I'm really interested to try a 2 in 1 product that both protects and smooths because I usually have to use 2 separate products for this. May have to pick one up for myself :)

    xx

    http://wearenouvellevague.blogspot.com/

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  11. Wanna try this, I am currently obsessed with everything haircare related haha
    xx

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  12. Oh this product sounds great ! Making a note of it ! xx

    clayandbeauty.blogspot.com / @ClayAndBeauty

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  13. I definitely think it's worth using a decent heat protector on your hair - I find I have to wash using a different shampoo to prevent build-up once every week or two but apart from that I've really noticed the difference a heat protector has made to my hair! I use a TIGI Catwalk one.

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  14. good product for a good price :)

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  15. Love the Heat Defence spray so think I will like this too :) xx

    http://beautyandablogger.blogspot.com/

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  16. that product catch my attention but im not sure yet.

    xxxxx

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  17. I really want the one they only do in America, the red spray tresemme one x

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  18. Hmm, I'll have to give this a try.. :) thanks for the review
    Xo, Smitty

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  19. Sounds like a really amazing product! I straighten my hair every day so I could really use some of this.
    xxx
    Charlotte Couture Blog

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  20. I used to use the spray version of this years ago when heat damage first became a big thing. I am pretty much in the same boat as you as in I don't like to put too much product in my hair, it generally holds well so I don't even use hairspray that often. Think I do need to get back into the routine of using this though and I like the idea of a serum rather than a spray, it works better for frizz and flyaways!

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  21. I like my hair natural, so I don't find the use for heat defense serums but I am so surprised by the price of this- well worth it if you ask me. :)

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  22. This looks awesome. I use the John Freida Frizz Ease one with heat protection at the moment so I'll have to have a go of this one once I'm done.

    - Bryden

    http://treblesandamixer.blogspot.com/

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  23. I'm the same as you in that for years I've used heat styling and not used any kind of heat defense product, just didn't think it was worth it! I started using a GHD one my hairdresser gave me and I've found that it has made a difference so probably should have started using something sooner so my hair wouldn't be so damaged now!

    Also just clicked through to that review you've done on Moroccan Oil, is it really as good as the reviews?? My hair drives me mental cause the ends are just so dry so I may just have to try it out myself!

    sheseverybodyelsesgirl.blogspot.com
    xxx

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  24. Haven't seen this before, sounds pretty good I'll have to try it out :) x

    ug-lily.blogspot.com

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  25. My hair's really battered and dry from over-bleaching so I really like the idea of a heat protecting serum, will deffo be trying this.

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