How this new, at-home Keratin treatment can tame your frizzy hair

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Fed up with unruly hair? This new at-home keratin treatment by Easilocks gives salon-worthy results in just 10 minutes

I have frizzy hair. It's not straight; not curly; just big, untamed and frizzy. Anyone else?

While I used to rely on salon treatments to sort my wild tresses (spending upwards of €150 each time), a new and affordable at-home treatment has just launched on the market. At last, I can have sleek hair without spending a fortune.

The first of its kind, this revolutionary keratin treatment means I can experience salon-standard results for a fraction of the price in the comfort of my own home. It's a no brainer, really.


Easilocks SOS Keratin Rescue Treatment

SOS Keratin Rescue

Developed by Shane O’Sullivan, celebrity hairstylist and Easilocks CEO, SOS Keratin Rescue is suitable for both men and women with frizzy or untamed hair.

It's designed to erase extreme fizz from your locks and reduce your general styling time – with results lasting up to 12 weeks. Our favourite part? It's vegan-friendly and cruelty-free.

Not only is SOS Keratin Rescue gentle enough to preserve natural waves and curls, but it takes just 10 minutes to rebuild and restore broken bonds, as well as smoothing the hair cuticles.

My hair feels silky smooth and more manageable already.


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How to use

The treatment works when the keratin treatment is applied evenly onto damp hair using the sponge applicator provided. You then leave the treatment on for 10 minutes.

When the 10 minutes are up, your hair will need to be rinsed thoroughly and then blow-dried and styled as normal. It really is as simple as that.

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Photo: Megan McKenna via Easilocks Hair on Instagram


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