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15 Aug CollegeFashion.net – Features Biosilk Silk Therapy Lite

Usually, when we think of bathrooms in college, we think of grimy, crowded spaces that are often shared with roommates, or even an entire floor’s worth of people. And, even if you’re lucky enough to get a bathroom to yourself in college, it probably isn’t what first comes to mind when you think of luxury or relaxation.

Furthermore, since many college girls are on a tight budget when it comes to “extras,” a trip to a spa is usually out of the question.

That is, of course, until now.

Today I’ll share my top six products to make any bathroom feel like a spa — whether it’s in a college dorm, your own apartment, or at your parents’ house (if you’re a commuter).

Keep scrolling to see my picks.

Biosilk Silk Therapy Lite

Biosilk Silk Therapy Lite – Biosilk Haircare

Available at Ulta

Biosilk Silk Therapy Lite is, as the name suggests, a lighter-weight version of Biosilk’s original formula.

Although I am always on the hunt for new products to tame my ultra-thick, curly, and frizzy hair, I am always sure to keep a bottle of this on standby, which is really saying something, as most hair products don’t work for me.

This light, mildly-scented product can be used on wet, damp, or dry hair, and works wonders when it comes to smoothing hair and taking away frizz.

Another great thing about this product is that it can be used on the body as well to soften skin — so you’re getting two products in one! I have used this on red, itchy skin, and it has done an amazing job of calming it (though your results may vary – ask your doc before trying!).

Regarding the differences between Biosilk Lite and Biosilk Original, although I haven’t used the Original in a while, I prefer the Lite, as it feels less heavy and greasy, and is suited to more hair/skin types as a result.

As well, a little goes a very long way with either product, but, because the Lite is, well, lighter, there’s a little more room for error than there is with the Original.

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