Biolage knock-offs at Aldi

We now have an Aldi in our neighborhood, and today I noticed that they have Biolage knock-offs - conditioning balm and gel. I think they were each $3.99 for a 16 ounce bottle. For that price, I decided it was worth a shot. I was out of gel, and I can never pass up a CG conditioner for a decent price.

So, before I actually try it, I am curious what other people think of it. Yes, of course I should have asked this BEFORE I bought them, but...

Fine, thin & tight 3B curls. Currently using Curl Keeper & Boots Curl Creme.


  • tinahtinah Posts: 1,195Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    People like them and they work quite well. If you like them go back and buy them up. They've been discontinued according to the manager at my Aldi's.
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  • kejournerkejourner Posts: 180Registered Users
    i shop at aldi all the time and never thought to look at their hair products. what's the name of the product?
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  • Future WaveFuture Wave Posts: 154Registered Users
    It's the Shique deep conditioner - tall thin gray bottle. The box will also have a shampoo and styling product in the same style gray bottle, so check to make sure you're getting the right one - the lettering on the conditioner is blue.

    Our store is completely out of them now.

    But... I saw someplace in the forums the other day that the Dollar Store now has some sort of conditioning balm available. I need to stop by there soon.

    ETA: Here's the thread that talks about the conditioning balm at Dollar Tree.
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