What's all the hype about? I'm not crazy about the smell and all this does is make my hair look oily.
Edit on 04/30/09: I love Biosilk. I gave it a low rating before because I never knew how to use it correctly. But, it makes my hair look fabulous!
Silk Therapy has become my HG after every shower. I have pretty straight hair that gets kind of frizzy sometimes. This product makes my hair super silky, shiny and beautiful. It smells really good too. A small amount goes a long way...you have to be careful not to use too much other wise your hair will look greasy and don't put it on your roots.
I have the set shampoo,conditioner,and oil i love this it is a little pricey but its the best i have found. it will make your hair oily if you put too much. you only need a drop. besides that its good.
Ehh.. this is definitely not the greatest hair styling product I have used but not the worst either. Too much will make your hair greasey. It's quite expensive for the teeny tiny bottle you get. Doesn't smell bad either but really this is not good for your hair. I find it makes my hair damaged and dry. I'm sticking with my Redken Heat Glide, seeing as it doesn't damage my hair and has a heat protectant.
way too heavy. I prefer aveda light smoothing fluid.
I agree with the review below. This product made my hair way too greasy the next day. I don't believe this is formulated for fine hair and I'd definitely pass on it if you have this hair type and thinking about purchasing.
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!! Ok, enough yelling. Biosilk Silk Therapy is an HG of mine. I've been using it for about 5 years now. My mom gave me a bottle of it, after she tried it (I think she used it the wrong way, plus she has short curly hair, not very damaged like my hair has been...) She said it left her hair too greasy etc... You're only supposed to use like a dime or nickel sized amount on your hand, rub it into the other hand, and distribute through hair STARTING AT THE ENDS! In January of 2002, I decided to let a friend dye my hair... Since I'd been coloring it since 1995, it wasn't a big deal, so She does it, and most of my hair is ok, but the roots were BRIGHT PINK. oh the Horror. SO I get my trusty Garnier hair color, and dye it a lovely burgundy, then BLACK! Which I loved... everything is fine, till my medium to light brown hair starts growing in, and I have to do touch ups. UGH. Another frined of mine (whose sister used to be a hair stylist, before she got married and had kids etc) said "let's bleach it and get it back to normal!" So we go to Sallys, get some bleach, and hair color etc. This is September of 2002, and it will forever be known as the horrible home bleach job of 2002. Anyway, my hair was orange for a LONG time after that. I dyed it for the last time in November of 2002 to a "mostly me" hair color. Anyway, Biosilk was my only saviour throughout this whole entire time. My hair was FRIED, and it had been since 1995, when I first colored it. BAD IDEA. I've never had it professionally colored, and I probably won't ever color it again. My hair is FINALLY all mine again, and I have Biosilk to thank get me through that dark period fo my life. *sigh* I know, too much story, not enough product raving. I wouldn't have ever had a single good hair day durring the bleach period without biosilk. The only other thing that really helped me was Aussie 3 minute miracle. Must review that too. BUT I highly recommend Biosilk for those with long hair, especially if its damaged (and trust me, its damaged if its long). I will definitely purchase this again. I just wish it was cheaper. *sigh*
I just love this product! I've been using it for several years, and cannot be without it. I have naturally curly hair, and I have tried every product from Frizz Ease to KMS Curl-Up and nothing seemed to work. This is the best, and so worth the money. A big bottle will last me close to a year, and I use it every day. So $37.50/11= $3.41 a month - not bad!!! My drugstore hairspray is more than that!
This was too greasy for my fine hair. I felt like it weighed it down too much. And it's so pricey. It did work well as a lotion, but I don't want to spend that much for body lotion! And second-day hair was impossible with it; way too much oil.
I first heard about Biosilk Silk Therapy from my best friend. She gave me some and said it smelled good, and my hair felt soo silky and shiny. Just don't put alot of Biosilk. I did that and my hair looked greasy. A little will do fine. At work, a friend said that my hair smelled good, and asked what the scent was. I told her it was Biosilk. Even my parents comment on how good it smells! I think they all want some! : ) I don't think I had ever been commented soo much! I went to the salon to repurchase, and there were no bottles of Biosilk silk therapy on the shelves. So I asked and the salon lady said that she had to keep all silk therapy bottles behind the counter because it was soo popluar, and many people would try to steal it! The only flaw is the price. I can be expensive.