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Keratin Smooth

Get gorgeously sleek, salon-ready hair at home with the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth collection, specifically formulated to leave your hair shiny, manageable, and free of frizz.

Sometimes you’ve got to take the rough with the smooth, but with hair, you shouldn't have to. Getting a smooth, frizz-controlled style shouldn’t mean settling for limp locks or stiff hair that barely moves. Introducing a new generation of smooth. TRESemmé Keratin Smooth, with Keratin and African Marula oil, provides 72 hours of frizz control* and detangles, boosts shine, softens and tames flyaways**, for hair that’s silky smooth and full of natural movement. How to get frizz free and silky smooth hair: Beautifully smooth hair starts with gentle cleansing. Apply a generous dose of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo to wet hair and gently massage the scalp and roots with fingertips, to work into a lather. Rinse well and follow with the Keratin Smooth Conditioner, to fight frizz and smooth every strand. Prep hair for styling with the Keratin Smooth Heat Protect Spray and finish with the Keratin Smooth Shine Oil to achieve a salon-professional polish. For an intense treatment, use the Keratin Smooth Deep Smoothing Mask to nourish each strand and reveal glossy, smooth hair. Keratin Smooth is part of TRESemmé Pro Collection – a range that gives you a great hair foundation, whatever your style, with our Pro Technology system. Putting pro performance in your hands every day. *System of Keratin Smooth shampoo and conditioner vs non conditioning shampoo **System of Keratin Smooth shampoo and conditioner

The TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Pro Collection is designed to rescue frizz-prone hair that needs a little love. The formulation seals strands to fight against humidity and frizz, leaving your locks silky smooth to take the effort out of styling.*TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner system vs non-conditioning.