Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I used to use the scalp revival micro exfoliating scrub and I did really like it but I found it to be just as effective when I used it once every 2-3 washes. For a while there every subscription box/free sample/100 point perk involved a don't despair repair sample. Briogeo hair care is free of sulfates, silicones, phthalates, parabens, DEA, and artificial dyes. Exactly. At first I thought I liked it but by the end of it I couldn’t ditch is fast enough. It left my hair lifeless, dull, and not anywhere near as moisturized as it should have. After paying $45 for the Caviar masque, I don’t feel like the Briogeo price is that bad since it performs better and costs less. My favorite leave-in is IGK. The only few that have reviewed the line are YouTube beauty gurus so I’d like to actually get an honest opinion. Cookies help us deliver our Services. It makes my already thick hair feel strawlike and almost as if I didn't rinse out the product well, which has lead me to rinse for 5 mins jic it was user error. It smells like thin mints, which I love, but it's too expensive. Amika is way better and more worth the price. Press J to jump to the feed. SanFranGirl. No difference between it and $5 Pantene deep conditioner. But they are definitely hit or miss for me personally! They also slipped some free samples in there and a cardholder for my phone. did you feel like the banana conditioner had a lot of slip? So now I only use it on spots where I feel itchy, and only when needed, and am not planning on repurchasing. Is it just me or does Briogeo make hair feel different to the touch? Thank goodness they offer free shipping for orders above $60 (which is really easy to reach). my hair sounds somewhat similar to yours and i’m torn between the banana and apple. I need shampoo and conditioner ASAP but I’m the future I’m going to try to get a sample size. I use it 1-2x per week and I feel like it’s helped with the health and moisture of my hair a lot. I use VERB Ghost shampoo and conditioner right now but I’ve been for about a year now and looking to change. I have pretty thick and long hair so I need to use quite a bit of it when I wash my hair, so I don’t think the tub is going to last long, another reason I don’t think it’s worth the money. A so-so product for me is their Charcoal scalp serum. For shampoo, I really like Virtue Labs recovery shampoo and smooth shampoo. Another meh product for me is their charcoal scalp scrub. However the weirdest and most off putting thing it did for me was make my hair INCREDIBLY brassy (I am bottled blonde). The deep repair mask is also incredible. It makes my hair very healthy and smooth. Has anyone tried any of the Briogeo products? Latest Briogeo Reviews. Shame because it smells SO good and I love their elixir. what shampoos / conditioners are you guys currently using? That’s what really made me interested in them! what specifically did you dislike about the shampoo? I’m really curious to try the be kind like, either the matcha or the banana. The smell, the price ($48 all together), and the outcome. Their reparative leave-in conditioning spray is AMAZING. It’s very good, I just use soooo much of it that i finish the tub quickly and I don’t know if I want to spend over a hundred on the jumbo size. I’ve found that if I use the serum all over my scalp or if I use it everyday, it makes my scalp red and sensitive. I’ve only tried the Don’t Despair, Repair deep conditioning mask (in the tub container), and I really like it. I don't use it anymore because of the price. Briogeo is great stuff, but I get it cheap at Marshall’s,TJ Maxx, etc. It also helps to justify price and makes it last longer. I hope they release styling products in the future as I would love to see them take on a great gel and foam mousse. It makes my hair so incredibly soft, shiny, and smooth. clean care. I can’t really feel the “micro-exfoliating” part of it on my scalp, and I also don’t really think it suds up as much as I’d like, so maybe if you don’t have thick hair it would last longer and be worth the price. Plus it makes my hair smell and look nice without being heavy or greasy. I use it after I shower, and leave it in for ~1 hour, then rinse out. I’m really curious to try the be kind like, either the matcha or the banana. Amika is way better and more worth the price. I’m not sure if that was just my hair hating the formula or just that particular type of their shampoo/conditioner. But I’m not a fan of the peppermint oil in the serum—it leaves a pleasant tingling sensation, but based on research I’ve read on peppermint oil in cosmetics, I’m not convinced it has any actual benefits for the scalp/skin and can actually cause irritation sometimes. I use the scalp repair kit and I haven't been able to understand what I'm doing wrong. After chatting with Briogeo via IG and a girl working at Sephora (pre Covid), I went with the banana over the apple as it’s better suited for dryer hair.