Review: Collective Wellbeing Enemy of Frizz

While Austin has a dry climate, I know many of you are getting ready for a hot, muggy summer. If you have curly or wavy hair like me, you'll be constantly battling flyaways and frizz. Now you have a new ally in the war for good hair days: Collective Wellbeing's Enemy of Frizz.

Pros:
  • Light, pleasant scent
  • Helps tame flyaways
  • Soft and silky finish
  • Leaves hair touchable, not sticky or stiff
  • Contains organic extracts
Cons:
  • May need to reapply throughout the day
Summary:
Enemy of Frizz lives up to its name, smoothing flyaways into submission. With organic extracts and a fairly gentle ingredient list, this product rates about a 3 on EWG's Skin Deep database. Compared to most of the competition, this product one of the safer options on the market. While this product isn't gluten free, it is vegan. It's easy to apply and will last for a few hours. At $12.50 per bottle, it is a fair value. My main suggestion for improvement would be to reevaluate the ingredient list to see about making this product even safer and possibly gluten free.

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