Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

In this week’s hair review, I am going to be reviewing the Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System + a few of their hair stylers. I decided to give this brand a try because I kept hearing so many good things when it came to their products. Of course, they have a lot of products and it was a bit overwhelming.

I wanted to do their scalp treatment since my scalp is always dry in the winter months. Especially with the frigid cold temperatures, we are having. The Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System is a 3-step system that is supposed to help control and regulate the scalp’s protective barrier.

If you’re unfamiliar with Microbiome (like me), the microbiome is our skin’s natural shield. It’s supposed to protect it from pollution, external agents, and environmental damage. It’s going to rebalance the scalp and create the optimal environment for hair follicles.

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Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

So what comes inside the Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System? It includes a Super Slip Pre-Biotic Primer, Wash & Scrub Detox Pro-Biotic, and Post-Biotic Calming Conditioner. Now let’s get into the product, what it does and how it made my hair feel.

Step 1: Super Slip Pre-Biotic Primer

This is enriched with pro-biotics and fermented rice water. The primer is supposed to stimulate the follicles, reinforce the hair and protect it from clarifying.

Step 2: Wash & Scrub Detox Pro-Biotic (shampoo)

It’s enriched with pro-biotics and apple cider vinegar. The scrub is going to effectively exfoliate and clarify the scalp without drying the hair out. The scrub is made of micro-fine particles that will wash off without leaving any residue in your hair.

Step 3: Post-Biotic Calming Conditioner

Enriched with post-biotics, mint, and tea tree essential oils (yum). The conditioner nourishes the hair, soothes, and rebalances the scalp after clarifying.

My thoughts on the hair system? I absolutely love it. After using it 3x my scalp felt so good after washing it. I had no issues with the itchy scalp which happens with dry scalp. The conditioner is honestly the best thing because it helps soothe my scalp because of the tea tree oil in the conditioner.

Curlsmith Detox Microbiome Scalp System Review

Okay now, let’s talk about the Curlsmith stylers. I decided to get the Weightless Air Dry Cream, Curl Defining Styling Souffle, and Curl Conditioning Oil-in-Cream.

The first styler I’m going to talk about is the Weightless Air Dry Cream which is a leave-in conditioner. It’s formulated to be super lightweight giving your hair moisture without any buildup. You apply this in the shower while your hair is soaking wet. This is perfect for those who have high porosity hair because our hair doesn’t hold moisture so well. I noticed that after using this styler, my hair felt soft, hydrated, and bouncy.

The Curl Conditioning Oil-in-Cream is another goodie I loved. Even though it’s a leave-in conditioner, it still pairs well with the Weightless Air Dry Cream. Doesn’t make the hair feel heavy or weigh down my curls. It’s not greasy or crunchy. But please be careful with the amount you use because it can get greasy.

Now let’s talk about my least favorite product, which is the Curl Defining Styling Souffle. This made my hair so greasy and weighed down my curls. The first time I used it I was so sad with how it made my hair feel and look, I ended up having to rewash my hair. It was that bad. Just cause it didn’t work for me, doesn’t mean it won’t work for you!

Will I use Curlsmith again? Yes, I will. I absolutely loved the products with the exception of the souffle. I plan to try out their other products!

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