Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Product Review: #BiolageCleansing Conditioner

Matrix Biolage Cleansing Conditioner Amazed Me 




If you’ve turned on your television early in the morning, you’ve probably watched portions of infomercials for the hair product “Wen”—the shampoo that doesn’t foam and yet cleans without stripping hair of its natural oils.  I certainly have and as one with long, color treated, frizzy hair, I am intrigued.  Still, I’ve held off purchasing the product until it becomes more mainstream. 

Luckily for me, I found an interesting and entertaining YouTube video staring Matrix’s celebrity hair stylist George Papanikolas sharing his hair care and styling tips using a cleansing conditioner, Matrix Biolage, I feel more comfortable trying.  I’ve used Matrix products for years and can’t wait to try their cleansing conditioner for “medium hair”.


The packaging

Matrix’s cleansing conditioning system is actually two products that work together.  One is a cleansing conditioner for medium hair and the other a leave-in treatment anti-frizz lotion.  The bottles resemble something one would find in a luxury resort spa—very appealing.

Before
The smell

Oddly, I can’t describe the smell, other than to say that I like it.  In my opinion, it’s a light, fresh smell that evokes happiness.


Using the product

For one who’s used to lathering up when shampooing, it was difficult for me to know if I was getting enough product into my hair the first time around.  Because of this, I added the cleansing conditioner slowly so I could feel my hair absorbing the solution.  Surprisingly, I didn’t use as much as I thought I would with my long bushy mane. 

Days later, during my second round, I could feel the difference right away, as my hair was still very soft from the first washing.  I’m very pleased with the results!  Usually my hair is frizzy and dry.  After just two applications of Biolage Cleansing Conditioner and the leave-in treatment, my hair is soft, tangle free without a trace of frizz. 

Do I recommend the product?

Oh yes.  I believe, even with my long locks, I will save money while improving the texture of my hair.  With the price of the cleansing conditioner typically selling for $25 and the leave-in treatment anti-frizz lotion $16, I find it very reasonably priced. 

Disclaimer: I was shipped this product for reviewing, but my opinions are my own.

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Previously published on my sister blog: Etiquette Now Insights.

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