6.17.2009

Product Review: Chi Silk Infusion



It is rare when I use a beauty product that yields fabulous results instantly- so ever since I tried out Chi Silk Infusion this morning, I've been dying to tell you about it.

Chi Silk Infusion
is a hair serum that can be used as a leave-in treatment after showering or as a styling aide for dry hair. It is meant to add a silky texture and sheen to your hair while protecting it from heat.

Now, my hair has always been dry- so the fact that this is a heat protectant really appealed to me. My major hair goal in life is to give moisture, I never imagined that my hair could have a silky finish. That was always for other women- namely supermodels. But today after shampooing and conditioning my hair I combed in a small, dime sized amount of Chi Silk Infusion and blow dried it as usual. I could instantly feel the difference. Silky, smooth, soft and (dare I say!) shiny, I'm calling this a miracle in a bottle!

I purchased mine at Rite-Aid for the sale price of $10.99. I've seen online that the product can run anywhere from $20 to $10, depending on the size.

Chi Silk Infusion can be purchased at drug stores nationwide or online at: www.drugstore.com or www.target.com

Image courtesy of www.stylebell.com

15 comments:

Josephine Tale Peddler said...

I'm always on the hunt for good hair care products. I haven't heard of this one before and so I'll keep my eyes out. That is also a very good price!
This is Primrose by the way. I have just this week started my own little Blog. Hope your writing week went well xx

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Primrose- I've just been to your blog and love it! So exciting- you've been added to my blog list. Chi Silk Infusion is awesome... it did wonders for my hair. The writing is going well... thanks for asking!

Josephine Tale Peddler said...

Thank you so much for those lovely words on my Blog! I can't believe I have finally started. I hope it doesn't prove too distracting from the writing but it has been fun so far. I need a bit of distraction at the moment! Vicki came by too from French Essence (she saw me in my Blog underwear) before I discovered templates! I'm so not technical! xx

Perfumeshrine said...

Any clue as to what is the ingredients that make this heat-protective and shine-providing? (I'm a little anal in checking labels I'm afraid and I don't have access to the product here to check)

Hope you're well! :-)

vicki archer said...

Sounds extra good, I aways have dry hair...Happy weekend, xv.

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Hi Helg- Thanks for your comment. I looked up the ingredient list and have it posted below. The product also contains silk, wheat and soy proteins to keep your hair shiny and smooth...

Cyclomethicone Dinethiconol, Dimethicone, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Ethyl Ester of Hydrolyzed Silk, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, D&C Yellow 11, D&C Red 17, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Boron Nitride Powder.

Hope that helps!

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Vicki- I hope you have a wonderful weekend too!

Divina said...

You're making me consider cheating on Mr. Fekkai!!

Jenavira13 said...

Well now I am intrigued and I love having super shiny hair, must go check out my drug store.

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Divina- I love Frederic Fekkai too! In fact my first "professional" haircut was at the Salon de Provence on Rodeo Drive... There's still room for him but I think you'll LOVE this :)

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Jena- I hope you like it... let me know if you try it! xo

Dining on Deals said...

Ohh - sounds amazing! And you can't beat the drugstore price. I'll definitely have to try it out - I'm up for anything that can help tame the madness that is my hair.

Anonymous said...

Is it good to use CHI silk infusion daily on the hair?

The Daily Connoisseur said...

Hi Anon- Thanks for your question. I personally do not use CHI Silk infusion every day. I only use it right before I blow dry my hair (only 2 or 3 times a week) or when I am about to do some serious styling with a flat iron or curling iron. I probably wouldn't recommend using it everyday as it might lose its effectiveness but you could always try it and let me know :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for you review. I just bought the CHI ceramic styling iron - after not ever owning any type of flat iron - and LOVE IT! It was hot and ready to use in about 2 minutes - and it left my hair oh so silky smooth with such ease!! And the only product I used was a styling foam before I roller set. It was $99 (on sale!) but after seeing the results I know it is a good investment.

So today I went back to the store and bought the CHI Silk Infusion -- can't wait to try it. Have you ever used the CHI 44 Iron Guard? I was thinking of going back to get this - but looks like the Silk infusion will also act as a heat protectant from what I've read so far on the internet.

Thanks for your feedback!

 
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