“Healthy hair is a balancing act. Regular shampoo strips your hair of essential oils, causing dryness, breakage and excessive color-fading. Our sulfate-free, gentle cleansing formula rebalances the amount of natural oils your hair needs, leaving your hair stronger and shinier, without weighing it down.“
I was excited for the chance to review this Intensive Hair Repair Masque, because my hair certainly needs it. At this point, I should probably just get it cut really short again, but I did that a couple years ago and hated it for a while. I already have issues with looking young, and having short hair makes me look like a child. Anyway, my hair needs some help, so this masque seemed like the perfect idea to help out my hair.
The first time I used the masque, I found it quite easy to get a nice amount and apply it to my hair. Now I have quite a bit of hair, so it took a bit more than suggested (however less than I thought. I used less the first time and it was better. A little goes a fair way.) I blow dried my hair when I got out of the shower, so I couldn’t see what it would really do to my hair. (Side note, I never blow my hair. It was weird. Haha.)
The second time I used it, I was able to let my hair dry and actually visibly noticed that my hair seemed a bit smoother and healthier looking. I’m not sure if I just wanted to see a change, but I’m pretty sure it did help. I’m excited to continue using this masque and see further changes in my hair.
If you have dry or damaged hair, I would suggest checking out Healthy Hair Nutrition Intensive Hair Repair Masque and see how it works for you.
• Convenient container
• Easy to use/apply
• Seems to work as advertised, at least for me.
• The smell isn’t great, but it’s not really a deal breaker.
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This is the first masque I’ve used.