"Revitalizing hair reconstruction for dry, damaged hair."
I used it for a second time a week or so later. But this time I put it on during the shower. I first washed my hair with shampoo and then put the masque all over my head of hair, skipping conditioner. Afterward, I exfoliated, shaved, washed my whole body, my face, & brushed my teeth- normal shower routine which took me about 20 minutes. Right before I got out of the shower, I washed out the masque. I am not sure if it was the heat and humidity of the shower or what but it really made such a difference using it in the shower for some reason. Don't ask why, I really don't know. Lately, I have been putting the masque mostly on my ends and then using a little bit of another conditioner on roots just to save some of my masque. I think it works just the same: maybe even better because I am using more conditioner? The science behind it, I can't explain to you guys! All I can give is my opinion.
After my second use, my hair felt really soft, smooth and extremely easy to manage. That is something I think you can find in any run-of-the-mill hair masque. What stood out to me was that my hair actually felt stronger and looked a lot healthier. My dead ends also seemed to bind back together after my 3rd and 4th use.
Overall: I do think that it is a treatment you should stick with as the longer you do so, the healthier your hair will become. However the price is a little outrageous, unless of course you visit Amazon. I cannot see myself paying $30 for the masque as well as any other masque no matter how good it is. With that said, I think $17 is a really good deal. I may or may not repurchase in the near future. I do think this will be a staple for years to come when I need some deep TLC for my hair. I do not think it is a must have unless you are having major breakage or if your hair is unhealthy. I have used other masque's and I don't like them as much as I like this. I do want to try other masque's and, this time, use them in the shower. I think it is my best bet.
picture of what it looks like:
Any other questions? What's your favorite hair masque (or mask)
as always, thanx for reading!