I had tried the LP spray way back when it first came out and hated it. It stunk and made my hair feel dried out and plastic. I had hoped that because this was listed as a nourishing cream I'd have better luck. It definitely doesn't make my hair feel dry but it did absolutely nothing for frizz and makes my medium fine hair limp. At $25 for a tiny bottle I would have expected it to perform better than my $5 bottle of Silk Drops from Sallys. I gave it a week since the bottle says it takes 4-5 days to build up in your hair but every time I go outside in the evening or early morning when it's cool and humid my hair goes nuts. I get better results with a decent shampoo/ conditioner and the $5 Silk Drops making this a complete waste of $25. I'm glad this works for some but I'll save my money in the future.
**Edited 2/1/13 Ok so I stuck with this product and used half of what I was using instead of what I thought the packaging implied was necessary to coat my hair well and mixed it with a small amount of silk drops. About dime size of the cream with a drop of silk drops for shoulder length hair. I just couldn't let $25 collect dust in my bathroom cabinet without trying to make it work. MUCH better results and my hair hasn't been limp. I have no idea why less of this product would result in less frizz but there's nothing worse than having the hair you just spent 20 mintes blow drying ruined on your 5 second walk to car in the morning. That initial fail was what prompted my first rage quit on this product. So far so good with the new method so I've bumped up my rating. I'm not sure yet if I would buy this again. I'm a little worried about long term build up drying my hair out but we'll see. I'm bumping up to 4 lippies for frizz control but not giving a greenlight on a rebuy because I don't find it nourishing enough on it's own for the price and may cause more harm than good in the long run.