Sunday, April 05, 2009

Product Yay: Silk Elements! Pt. 2

So a couple of months ago I tried Silk Element Megasilk No Lye Relaxer and the Heat Protection Spray (which as you all know is a new product fave of mine). Soo...
While on Silk Elements splurge, I picked up the Revive & Restore Hair Mayonaise. It was a deal too. I got the pack for 50 cents! This was a wonderful treatment. It made my hair feel like a rubberband. I had sooo much elasticity. I haven't found too many products that make my hair feel rubberbandish (is that a word?). I will admit that I had low expectations of the mayo treatment, but after this one use that definitely changed my mind.
Check out the ingredients: Water, glycerin, polyquaternium-4, behentrimonium methosulfate, stearyl alcohol, dicetyldimonium chloride, olea europea (olive) fruit oil, lanolin oil, phenyl trimethicone, dimethicone copolyol, tea tree (melaleuca alternifolia) leaf, hydolyzed collagen, silk amino acids, cholesterol, tocopheryl acetate, pantothenic acid, egg oil rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract, urtica dioica (nettle) extract, capsicum frutescens fruit extract, hydolyzed keratin, sodium laureth sulfate, dm dm hydantoin, fragrance, yellow 5 CI 19140 Now for the bad news....I think Sally's may be discontinuing this product. I'm not sure though. I couldn't find the jar size in Sally's and it's not online either. They have other Revive & Restore products, just not the mayo treatment. Regardless, this product still gets a thumbs up from me!

4 comments:

LaQT said...

I love the "rubberbandish feeling". There aren't alot of products that noticeably give you elasticity.

Sunshyne said...

Umm, you have me wanting to try this now. It's rare you find a hair mayo treatment with Hydrolyzed Keratin. Hopefully it's not discontinued.

K.D. said...

LaQT- I know right! there aren't a lot of prods that give that.

Sunshyne- Yeah i hope it's not discontinued either. I plan on going to Sally's very soon to see if they have some more. It's an amazing treatment!

Anonymous said...

I just bought some Silk Elements shampoo and conditioner today, and while I was in the shower I noticed that my hair had an entirely different feel than it has ever had using anything else. Then I started wondering ... is Silk Elements for African hair? I am Caucasian and everything I google makes it sound as if it is. Any insight? My hair hasn't dried yet, so I'm not sure what to think! :)