Oct
27
2011

Reasons to Use Biosilk Silk Therapy Cure Soyeuse

BIOSILK Silk Therapy

Biosilk Silk Therapy Cure Soyeuse is a lightweight, leave in conditioner for your hair. It’s top notch hair care, in my opinion. How good is it? It was voted Best of Beauty 2006 by Allure Magazine. Biosilk Silk Therapy Treatment is great for use on all hair types or textures.

Effective

Silk Therapy hair care works with the power of heat, which means if you use blow dryers or heat styling on your hair, the leave in conditioner actually works better. The silk proteins in the conditioner are activated by heat. These proteins penetrate your hair and provide protection while improving the condition of your hair. This gives you healthier hair with incredible shine, always something you want from your hair care products.

Lightweight

Silk Therapy is an ideal lightweight replenishing treatment to protect and maintain your hair. Because it’s lightweight, you don’t have to worry that your thin or fine hair will go limp or that the formula will weigh your hair down. It also works very well on coarser hair, so no problems there, either. Silk Therapy actually contains concentrated silk, fortified with botanicals and Vitamin E to give your hair a smooth and silky feel while providing a brilliant, glossy shine. There’s never any build-up, so you can use it every day, or even several times a day. It also contains sunscreens to protect your hair against UV damage.

Easy to use

It’s as easy as 1-2-3. You just place a small amount of Biosilk Silk Therapy in your palms and apply from the scalp to the ends. May be used on wet or dry hair. There. You’re done. See how simple?

Smells great

The scent is fantastic! It’s lightly floral without being overwhelming. Don’t be surprised if people start sniffing your hair during the day.

The Bottom line

Biosilk Silk Therapy Cure Soyeuse is worth the money. It’s a top notch hair care product, and one I wouldn’t want to do without.

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