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Remington Shine Therapy Dryer

Product code 5535360

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Was £49.99 was £39.99 now £24.99

The heat activated delicate mist contains a light blend of conditioners for noticeable shine & reduced frizz.

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Details Ingredients Patient Information Specification Customer Reviews Q & A Details
Remington Shine Therapy Dryer features ionic conditioning for super shine. Shine Therapy includes cartridges with a blend of shine enhancing moisturisers which contain Avocado Oil which is rich in Vitamins A, E and D. The Remington Shine Therapy Hair Dryer smoothes hair without leaving any oily residue.

High power at 2000w
2 Speed and 3 heat settings
Tourmaline and ceramic grille for anti-static and even heat distribution while drying
Includes 2 x cartridges which last for up to 40 uses each

Refills for the Remington Shine Therapy Hair Dryer are available in packs of 2.

This product has a guarantee of 2 months. This does not affect your statutory rights. Ingredients
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i bought this yesterday and it really does work.
i bought this yesterday and it really does work.

I'm bald will it work for me ??? :?
I'm bald will it work for me ??? :?

Yes, It will give your head a nice shine:)
I was thinking of getting one of these but could not find any reviews online, anybody got one? Are they worth the money or should i just stick to using a serum/blow dry product and then my normal hairdryer? The refills seem quite pricey to which also put me off.
"better hairdryers out there 21 October 2008
By kellie from hertfordshire

Overall Rating 2 StarsFair

"I brought this because my hair can ge frizzy. but when i used it, it coated my hair in oil that made it look and feel really greasy. I returned the product because it made my hair feel horrible."

i am the same i have real bad frizz, i always use serum and dryer then the straighteners, i was thinking about this in hope that it would be less damage to my hair.
it is the cheapest i have seen too?
i am in 2 minds. :?
Yes, It will give your head a nice shine:)

but not as much as a tin of Mr Sheen will :w00t:

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