Best Products for Healthy Hair
Editor's Pick: Matrix Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment
09 January 2019
I’ll be the first to admit: All-in-one beauty products used to leave me feeling a bit skeptical. When I was younger, the idea of a two-in-one shampoo and conditioner duo made me cringe. I remember thinking to myself, how exactly does that work? As an adult with little time to spend on my mane, however, the idea of a product that can tackle multiple hair woes at once has seriously grown on me. I’ve since tried all kinds of all-in-one treatments, stylers, and masks in search of the perfect fit for my color-treated ash blonde hair.
As I’ve all but completely given up on styling my hair during the work week (especially now that it’s winter), leave-in conditioner is one of the only hair products I rely on during the colder months. While I’ve come across many leave-in conditioners that I love, my most recent find has become an absolute staple in my routine: the Matrix Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment.
If you’re interested in learning more about the product, keep scrolling for my full review.
Why Use Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment
When Matrix sent this product to my office, I knew I had to take it home and test it out ASAP. While I don’t do much to my mane, I still deal with typical daily hair woes such as frizz, dryness, and lack of shine. Once I saw the benefits of Matrix Total Results Miracle Creator stamped across the package, how could I say no?
The product has 20 beautifying benefits for your hair: nourishment, boosting shine, smoothing the cuticle, helping prevent breakage from brushing, adds moisture, helps prevent heat damage, helps fight frizz, helps even out porosity, minimizes damage, detangles, reduces dryness, conditions lightly, controls flyaways, helps prevent split ends, helps soften, makes blow dry process easier, helps correct roughness, helps shield against external aggressors, improves manageability, and primes hair for styling.
I immediately noticed a pleasant vanilla-like scent when I opened the bottle—which I definitely don’t mind spraying onto my mane. If you’re picky about the fragrances you use on your hair, the scent isn’t very strong or annoyingly noticeable through daily wear. You don't have to worry about the leave-in weighing your hair down as it has a very thin consistency and feels super light once applied.
How To Use Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment
After I wash and condition my hair, I wring out my hair and allow it to dry slightly so that it’s not dripping wet. After allowing my hair to air dry for about 20 minutes, I apply a few generous spritzes of the Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment throughout my damp hair and comb it through—focusing on my mid-lengths to ends. I have long, color-treated, naturally wavy hair and though it’s on the finer side, I have a lot of it. On a good day, it takes about two hours to air-dry completely.
Since I typically let my natural texture work its magic, my nightly hair routine usually ends here. I relax, maybe watch an episode or two of my favorite TV show, and allow my hair to air dry completely.
Now that I use the Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment, I notice my hair dries with less frizz and has a shine to it that I didn’t have before. It feels soft, manageable,
On the days that I do heat style my hair (typically on weekends), the leave-in spray also works as a heat protectant
For the time being, The Matrix Total Results Miracle Creator Multi-Tasking Treatment has earned a spot on my shelf. If a leave-in conditioner with multiple added benefits is what you’re after, you’re going to want to try this one out for yourself.
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