Matrix Biolage Fortetherapie Fortifying Shampoo 16.9 oz.

Matrix Biolage Fortetherapie Fortifying Shampoo strengthens and repairs weak, overworked or chemically stressed hair with Lemongrass and Mango extracts.
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  • New Jersey
    5 Star Rating
    This does wonders for my hair. Definetly a must for people with thick or coarse hair. At first didnt think this was going to work for my hair, but it did. This made my hair soft and very moisturized. This also has improved my hairs strength since using this product. Everyone needs to have this shampoo, it is AWESOME!!!!!!!
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    posted Feb 16, 2009
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  • 5 Star Rating
    It's A Great Product
    I am hispanic and my hairs always been a bit rougher but it is pretty normal. I straighten my hair on the daily basis. Ive used numerous types of shampoos and most left my hair greasy or dried out and unattractive. I started using biolage about two years ago and I noticed a huge difference. I had been in swimming class and my hair was getting extremely dry from the chlorine drying it out and my straightener was damaging it even with protection. The shampoo I was using made it worse. So I switched to biolage because I figured anything had to be better. My hair revived itself. People complimented my hair was much softer, full of sheen, and its overall appearance increased. Plus, my male friends tell me the after smell is sexy, haha. There are no real fall backs about the shampoo except putting too much in. Ive on occasion put too much in and stood in the shower scrubbing it out with my hands. Be careful and only use a little because it works well. Otherwise, you will get greasy hair, its typical. All shampoos do it if you put too much in. Oh, and take your time. Ive heard people complain about "it makes it greasy" well are you taking the time to rinse it out? I mean, its only a product... you have to do your part too. If you do your part and its still greasy, change products. Haha.
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    posted Aug 15, 2008
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