Gimmick? Well then it sure is a good one, because I love the lip balm and the hair detangler. What a nasty thing to say, Nikki. Guess your mother never told you if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say anything at all.

Reno, NV
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Living in SoCal with very dry conditions means that the wind just sucks the moisture out of skin and hair. The detangler works so good that I don't have to braid my hair to ride. Even in a full face helmet, your face can start feeling crunchy and with the skin conditioner, splash a little water and it comes right back to normal. I'm really enjoying these products.

Bobbi Oh
Santee, CA
Friday, December 23, 2016
I purchased a sample kit at the Lace Grace & Gears rally. I am very pleased with and impressed by these products. They do what they claim! My hair always has mats and knots after riding. I apply the detangler to dry hair before I braid it. Now it's a breeze to brush after a day on the road. My face no longer feels so wind-burned when I use the moisturizer and I love the lip balm! I apply it before I head out and only need to reapply once or twice throughout the day.

I had the pleasure of meeting Leslie, the owner, at the rally. She is genuine, and has a wonderful spirit.

Austin, TX
Friday, October 21, 2016
This is a gimmick geared toward women riders. I have none of these issues with the products I use. And I ride, more than 15,000 miles in a year, all over the country, in all kinds of weather (except snow.)

Anaheim, CA
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Editor Response
Thanks for your input, but I don't think someone would invest thousands of dollars into developing a product that is a gimmick. Helmet hair is a very real thing, that is matted, dry, frizzled hair from riding a motorcycle. So is dry skin and lips. The creator of Wind Therapy set out to develop products designed to address these issues. Kudos to her for identifying the problems and setting out to try and make it better for the community of riders.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor