68% would repurchase
on 1/20/2019 11:52:00 AM
More reviews by flowerpan10
Use this with the shampoo. It's a gel consistency that detangles so well from root to tip without weighing my hair down. For more reference look at my review of the shampoo in this line. $12 for a high end product can't go wrong.
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on 1/20/2019 11:44:00 AM
I have thick, pin straight hair (yes that is a thing, texture is very different than width) that gets oily and weighed down really quickly. I normally use a dandruff shampoo by Dove but was worried that the silicone content would soon build up in my hair. I wanted a non-medicated shampoo that I could use in between uses of the Dove to keep my hair fresh feeling. Knowing that this shampoo is a gel consistency that won't suffocate the scalp (you can tell just by looking at the blue bottle) and that it's silicone free (because you can't wash silicones out with more silicones), I thought this was an obvious choice for me. The conditioner itself is also a light gel consistency that I was sure wouldn't weigh down my hair either. The shampoo which I was worried might dry out my hair despite not weighing it down (there's always a con to every pro) made my hair extra soft feeling. I could run my fingers through my hair just with the shampoo alone. The conditioner which I thought was going to be too light to detangle despite not weighing my hair down was the exact opposite. I put it from roots to tips (lightly on the roots. I know conditioner is usually from midlengths to ends but I need to be able to detangle my roots too) and my wide tooth comb glided through my hair like silk. With this set my hair is soft, detangled, manageable and not the least weighed down! Not only that but this is a high end shampoo/conditioner set and they were only $12 each! Honestly I love the results of these so much that I might actually use these instead of the Dove if my scalp itch doesn't come back.
on 12/19/2018 10:44:00 PM
More reviews by CatClosser
I have been using this about 2 weeks now and love it!
I have fine, curly hair that tends to be oily at the roots and dry on the ends. I use this on the ends and my hair feels so soft and nourished. I’ve been blow drying my hair more since it’s colder out and this feels like it’s protecting my hair and helping to control the frizz.
I’m not a fan of the spray bottle though. The product is kind of thick so when I spray it it doesn’t disperse evenly through my hair. I spray it into my hand and then rub my palms together and apply to my hair that way. Works so much better. I also add a couple drops of shine serum before applying it.
The bottle holds quite a bit so I think it will last me a while. It has a nice smell. Not flowery or chemically, just clean.
I’d definitely purchase this again.
on 11/28/2018 3:00:00 PM
More reviews by naoautorizada
If you are like I was and loved Rejuvatherapie for its ability to control unruly (and in my case, frizzy) hair, look no longer. Go out and buy yourself a bottle of Matrix Biolage 3Butter shampoo, try it, and then come back and let me/us know what you think. For me it was the end of a very long search for a replacement.
on 11/14/2018 3:49:00 AM
More reviews by zeynepd
Hyperdose concentrate is part of the hyperdose series that claims to strengthen and condition/smooth severely damaged hair. The series claims to repair hair strength up to 75% after one use - if the shampoo, conditioner, concentrate and leave-in are used together. The concentrate boasts soy and arginine and is for professional use only. I used this at home, leaving it on my hair overnight. No advisable as a routine of course, as this can cause build-up quickly. I have thick but terribly fatigued, overprocessed hair. My hair loves strengthening protein treatments and my favorites are actually Aphogee Two-Step and Redken CAT. Both these give tangible, reliable, excellent results in terms of strengthening but are difficult to find in my country now. I also benefit greatly from liquid keratin that comes at a fraction of the cost of brandnames and is quite time-consuming. So I often try new products that will maintain the effects with simpler steps. Enter Matrix Hyperdose. This is a lighter, lotion-like product with conditioning benefits as well. Basically, I can use this after a clarifying shampoo, try to activate it with heat and go to bed when my hair is dry. Next day, I don't even have to wash my hair, it looks and feels soft, almost styled and even a bit shiny. My hair feels a bit coated -obviously, as I haven't rinsed off the product but it is nothing more than a silicone-heavy mask. The overall effect really pleases me, with my some badly damaged bits really calmed - those bits only scissors can "cure" actually. My hair has good volume, feels pampered and I am given a good hair day. However, the product is better in terms of conditioning and the overall effect than helping with that spaghetti hair thing - when wet hair has lost elasticity and doesn't want to return to its original state when stretched. I prefer stronger proteins that can give that result. I think this may be a good product for hair that needs less protein than mine. And it is certainly good at boosting the morale when one is left with scary hair after small-scale accidents. I prefer it to Schwarzkopf's repair-rescue series for instance. I can certainly re-buy it in the future but mainly for conditioning effects. Therefore, I don't think the shampoo and the rest are very necessary for me. The small concentrate does the job. 3 for strengthening though.
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