Before I start the review, I just thought I would apologise for my disappearance over the weekend. I have been feeling very stressed out and lethargic lately, so I thought instead of posting half-hearted blog posts every other day, I would take a few days out to relax and get my blogging cap back on. I am feeling much better today and ready to get back in to action with lots of blog post ideas lined up, so if I don't post every day this week, it's smacked hands for me!
Prior to having my hair dip dyed, I went about trying to find a way to get my hair in as good condition as I could. It wasn't too damaged anyway since I hardly heat style my hair any more, however my ends were a little bit frazzled due to straightening my hair religiously a year or so ago.
I spotted the E.V.A Unbreakable Hair Repairing Mask in TK Maxx at a discounted price of £12.99 instead of £25.99. Normally I wouldn't even spend £12.99 on a hair mask, but the tub was a generous size and I had been interested in trying out a product that contains Argan oil, so I thought I would give it a go.
The mask contains Keravis Protein which is derived from vegetable oil, and repairs the elasticity and strength of your hair. It also contains Argan oil which is already a wonder product in the blogging world, and leaves your hair feeling smooth and moisturised. What is even better, is that the product is free of parabens and sulfates, making it safe to use even on colour-treated hair.
The product comes in a thick, creamy consistency, similar to that of a typical conditioner. The directions on the packaging say that this can be used either as a weekly treatment or an every day conditioner. As it is quite a pricey product with rich ingredients, I prefer to use this twice a week after shampooing my hair. My favourite thing about this product is the smell; it is absolutely divine! I don't know exactly how to describe it, but it is sweet and reminds me a little of cocoa/ shea butter.
To use the product, I just smooth a generous amount through the lengths of my hair after shampooing and then wrap my hair in a warm towel. The directions say to leave it on for 2-5 minutes but I like to keep it on for around 10 minutes whilst I am relaxing in the bath.
Once I rinse the product off, I can feel the results right away. My hair feels so much softer and easy to manage. My usually dry and frizzy hair looks and feels more moisturised and any split ends don't look half as bad. The gorgeous smell sticks around for a couple of days, too. Thumbs up for this product.
If you are in the UK, you might be able to pick this up at your local TK Maxx for £12.99 for a 500ml tub; I have seen it a couple of times in my nearest TK Maxx recently. I am not sure about everywhere else in the world, although if you are in the US, I believe you may be able to find it at Walgreens, or purchase it online here.
Have you tried this product? What is your favourite hair treatment?