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BioSilk Silk Therapy-5.64 oz.

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BioSilk Silk Therapy is a silky, lightweight treatment that rehydrates and protects hair with silk proteins and shine producing botanicals.
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  • Awesome
    this is the best for your hair if you want it smooth and silky and no frizz
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  • Great
    When i heard that there was something out there called Biosilk Silk Therapy i went to the Salon and got my own a few tymes i used it and it worked great...but the thing is that just put a tiny bit and do not put it near the scalp use it more near the tip of your hair and maybe if needed on your highlighted parts. You only need a pinch and it would make your hair great and smell great but the thing is if you use alot your hair goes greast within a day or two......

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  • For Really Dry, Frizzy Hair...
    Im African American with really dry, really nappy hair. I discovered this product from my stylist when I was still getting relaxers. This product works really well BUT its not something that works alone for this type of hair. Right now Im using the Biosilk shampoo and conditioner. After towel drying, I use a bunch of Paul Mitchels Medium Hold Foam to detangle my hair. The foam is also does some light conditioning and gets my hair to the point where I can comb through it with effort. Afterwards, I let my hair air dry. (4 hours later) Then I apply the Biosilk Silk Therapy before I use my Ionic (Solia) flat iron. As long as you keep your ends cut, your hair will look amazing. I live in the humid South and I rarely have to do a midweek touch up to keep my hair straight!
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  • Works Great And Really Hydrates My Hair
    A lot of people comment about the alcohol thats in this product. I have a tip to get rid of some of the alcohol in the biosilk before you apply it to your hair. 1. Place desired amount of Biosilk in palm of hand and then rub it in your hands 2. If you immediately smell the Biosilk you can smell the alcohol. 3. The trick is to wave your hands to allow the alcohol to evaporate before applying it to your hair. Also by doing this if you smell the Biosilk once again you will notice that the smell of the alcohol is gone.
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  • I Love It!!!!
    I have been using biosilk for 2 yrs..and I love it...I have extremely curly coily hair...I have to flat iron my hair in really small sections...and I put biosilk on every section that I flat iron...It doesnt leave my hair oily or dirty looking...Try putting a dime size glob on the back of your hand...spread it a little (so it doesnt drip off) then you just take your pointer finger fingertip and touch the biosilk...rup your pointer finger and thumb together...take the section of hair that you are going to flat iron and smooth the biosilk on the hair (the pointer finger should be smoothing it on the top of the section and the thumb should be smoothing the bottom of section)and then flat iron...Hopefully this helps out...

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