At a Glance:
Price: RM41.90 / US$22.95
Made in: Japan
Likes: Rinses clean, makes hair soft and tangle-free, lovely scent
Gripes: Can weigh hair down if used too much, tub not practical to use in a shower
Availability: Watsons, Jusco, Amazon.com
Intense penetration and repair all the way to the ends of damaged hair. With hair repair ingredient that zooms in on damage.
- Formulated with Pearl Livid (Pearl Protein, Lysine Derivative), for beautiful deep layer shine
- With the aroma of Tsubaki Ryokuka
- Formulated with Tsubaki Amino, a penetrating repair ingredient
Texture & Scent:
This hair mask has a creamy consistency, so it spreads easily unto your hair. It rinses out clean too :)
This has a lovely fresh scent that i like.
This hair mask comes in a plastic tub with a screw off lid. As I have mentioned before, I have a love-hate relationship with stuff that comes in a tub. On one hand you can easily dig up every morsel of product left in there, on the other, it's quite a pain to use in a tiny shower like mine :(
This is how it looks like brand new and sealed:
Open sesame - this is the amount you get with each tub:
Price & Availability:
This hair mask is priced at RM41.90 each, which I consider to be a little on the pricier side for drugstore standards. You can pick up a tub from Watsons or Jusco. Girls in the US can get this off Amazon.com for $22.95.
I'd figure that it's about time I review this hairmask - I'm almost done with this tub! :P
When I first started using this, I didn't quite like it and immediately missed my Loreal Absolut Repair Hair Masque already. I thought it didn't condition as well as the aforementioned one, yet made my hair greasy. However, because I'm
Hair profile: waist long and abit dry at the ends. Condition has improved tremendously with the Loreal Absolut Repair Hair Masque, but still needs a hair mask daily to maintain this condition.
It took me awhile to figure out the exact amount of product needed to not grease up my scalp, yet still enough to keep my locks soft and manageable. Once i got that figured out, it really performed beautifully for me! :D
At over forty bucks per tub, it can be considered a little expensive for drugstore standards, but hey, it works for me (and is ten bucks cheaper than the Loreal one. Yay for an extra McDonalds meal! :P). I'll definitely repurchase! :)
Have you tried this hair mask before? :D