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Hey people! I recently stopped dyeing my hair black (after years of doing it) and as new growth comes back after breakage, I have some serious issues tend to. Dryness, flyaways and flaky scalp being the worst of these.

I purchased a 16.9 ounce tub of Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm for $29.99 from Amazon.com to help me solve some of these problems. I was hoping the steeper cost would prove worth it, and for the most part, it has.

As a weekly deep conditioner, this product is very, very good. I have very long, thick hair and still got a decent number of uses from the 16.9 ounce size. My favorite thing about this conditioning balm is that it didn’t weigh down my hair at the scalp or leave it with a greasy film. I did notice my hair was softer and has less tangles, but it didn’t work for dry scalp- after a few days, the dryness returned.

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Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm is very heavy and thick. I would recommend this for anyone with very fine or thinning hair. If you are dealing with damaged or color-treated hair, coarse and/or thick hair, this stuff might be perfect for you. Although pricey, a little seemed to go a long way.
Another plus- the fragrance is GORGEOUS. Smells like a mixture of exotic fruits and florals- the scent is almost identical to Victorias Secret’s (now discontinued) Exotic Bouquet line.

The only reason I’m not purchasing this at the moment is because I’ve decided to try the Macadamia Nut Deep Conditioner and see if I like that one better. If I don’t, I will probably re-buy this.

Get your Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm here!

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