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Aquage's New BIOMEGA Line

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:17 PM

Each product in Aquage’s new BIOMEGA hair care line has its own unique pattern or design—whether it’s lightening strikes, flowers, bubbles, leaves, swirls, or colorful splotches, the packaging on these products make them definite eye-catchers! Not only do they look good, they smell good too. All of the products contain a similar scent…like a floral perfume.

Aquage's New BIOMEGA Line
Silk Shampoo, Moisture Shampoo, Moisture Mist, Moisture Conditioner, Intensive Conditioner

Recently, I have been using a shampoo and conditioner that are both on the heavier side. I have noticed that they have started to weigh my hair down, and they really don’t seem to be repairing and moisturizing my hair lately. After using BIOMEGA, I saw a big difference. Both the Moisture Shampoo and the Silk Shampoo are very light and they both seem to have removed the extra product out of my hair (that I feel was weighing it down). When I was done washing my hair, it definitely felt lighter, fluffier, and bouncier—a lot better than before.

My favorite product I would have to say in this line was definitely the Moisture Mist. I have been looking for an ultra-light leave-in conditioner spray that will help detangle my hair, and this one did the trick. It has helped my hair stay hydrated and refreshed all day. Did I say that I also love it because it comes in a 10 OZ bottle?? It will be lasting me a long time…

What makes this line special is that according to Aquage, “Biomega is the first hair care system designed to replenish and replicate hair’s natural oils with a potent, highly active infusion of nature’s lightweight Omenga-rich oils and plant extracts that penetrate deep into the hair shaft to replenish, repair and renew.” The brand also says that previously, products could only contain a “blessing” of natural oils because they would separate in the water-based formulas. That’s why Aquage created this brand—to counteract that.

Here is a little more information about the line:

Aquage's New BIOMEGA Line If you have dry, damaged hair, try BIOMEGA Moisture Shampoo and Moisture Conditioner. These two products help replenish damaged hair with Omega-rich moisturizers and Keratin amino acids. The shampoo improves elasticity, renews strength and provides extra slip for detangling. The conditioner helps stop breakage, and it seals the cuticle to provide shine.  
Moisture Shampoo, Moisture Conditioner
 
Aquage's New BIOMEGA Line If you have coarse, curly or frizzy hair, try BIOMEGA Silk Shampoo and Intensive Conditioner. This duo infuses hair with Omega oils and mango seed extract. The shampoo helps eliminate fly-aways and static, while the conditioner provides humidity resistance.
Silk Shampoo, Intensive Conditioner
 
 
For fine, limp hair, try BIOMEGA Volume Shampoo and Mist Conditioner. These products revitalize hair with Omega-rich nutrients and Gugo bark extract. The shampoo creates fuller volume without roughing cuticle layers and it imparts good wet combability. The mist makes a great cutting and re-wetting spray. It also easily detangles without weighing down hair.

www.aquage.com



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