Though I’d heard people rant about the hair elixir, I assumed it was just another product that wouldn’t work for my hair and would put yet another dent in my already tight budget. But the bright orange sticker that read $5.99 was undeniable, and I bought the 2 ounce bottle without hesitation.
After washing and blow-drying my hair, I dropped a dime-sized amount onto my hands and worked it lightly through my tresses. As I straightened each section of my hair, my tresses transformed from brittle to light, silky strands. Yes, Biosilk does get the job done.
While most products leave hair feeling heavy and stiff, Biosilk gave my hair a light, flowing finish. In addition, the product actually repairs split ends and protects hair from heat damage from styling tools.
Available at most convenient stores and speciality hair retailers, Biosilk’s Silk Therapy will cost you anywhere from $10 to $30, depending on size. And the amount of dollars you spend is complete worth it.