VoxBox Alert: Briogeo
"I don't really need anymore hair products," said no woman ever. That's why our new Briogeo VoxBox is one we're super excited about. These aren't just any hair products. Briogeo's line of shampoos, conditioners, treatments and finishing products are "six-free." That means no sulfates, silicones, phthalates, parabens, DEA, or artificial dyes—a.k.a. all the harmful, bad stuff is out and only natural, good stuff is in.
We sent out three different Briogeo boxes, because everyone's hair deserves customized care—and that's what Briogeo brings to the table. From dry and damaged to limp and lackluster (even coiled and curly), there's a Briogeo VoxBox for every hair type.
Want to know more? Read on for the full breakdown of each Briogeo box and learn more about the brand and its female founder here.
The Treatment Collection
This sulfate-free shampoo is all about giving back. Its formula (with rosehip, argan, and coconut oils) is perfect for dry, damaged hair that needs extra TLC.
With damaged hair, treatments are everything. This intense weekly treatment is not only restorative, but also works overtime to build up hair's resilience to avoid future damage, too.
The Curl Charisma™ Collection
Moisture is a must for curly-girls, and this nourishing sulfate-free shampoo cleanses without stripping curls of much-needed natural oils.
Curls equal frizz. To combat that, this ultra-hydrating conditioner with rice amino acids, shea butter, and sweet almond oil, nourishes to define, and defrizz dry, curly hair.
This leave-in cream pulls double duty—not only does it nourish and moisturize hair, it defines curls so they stay frizz-free and bouncy.
The Blossom & Bloom™ Collection
To stimulate hair growth for thinning hair, this volumizing shampoo has ginger, ginseng, B5, and biotin, but to create immediate, visible thickness, it also has maltodextrin, a natural sugar starch that separates each strand of hair for va-va-volume.
Some conditioners can weigh fine hair down, making it look more limp than before—not this one. It promises moisture all while creating fuller, thicker looking hair.
Hair spray is a staple in any thin-hair collection. This one pumps strands up with maltodextrin. The bonus? It also acts as a dry shampoo thanks to lemon and witch hazel extract that dissolve excess oil and help extend time between washes.
What are your thoughts on these products? Tell us about your experience in the comments below!