L’Oreal Serie Expert Absolut Repair Cellular Unifibrine Hair Serum Review

by Mily Jain on August 31, 2013 · 8 comments

L’Oreal Serie Expert Absolut Repair Cellular Unifibrine Hair Serum

Hey ladies

As I told you in some of my previous posts that I have fine and dry hair so I am always in the search of something which will tame my hair and make them silk smooth and shiny. This is another product which I hoarded when I desperately wanted something for my hair.

Price: – Rs. 580

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Packaging: – It comes in a transparent glass bottle with pump packaging. The pump has a plastic cap on it so there is no product spillage while travelling. Although the fear of glass bottle breaking if dropped is there!

Directions of use:

• Pump a pea size drop into your palms.
• Rub the serum between your palms and then run through your damp or dry hair.
• Apply from half way down the hair shaft to the end to allow for the serum to concentrate on the damaged ends and to prevent excess oils and grease to form at the scalp.
• For best results, use with the Absolut Repair range.

Product description:-

First-aid for split ends. This intensive serum is infused with Unifi brine, a smart complex of smoothing polymers. When applied, it’s instantly attracted to more damaged areas, where it helps to smooth and unify the hair’s surface. It protects against further damage by travelling along the hair shaft.

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My take on L’Oreal Serie Expert Absolut Repair Cellular Unifibrine Hair Serum:

As I told you I have fine and dry hair. I am always on the lookout for products which make my hair look nourished and healthy. Of late I have developed a lot of split ends because of which I purchased this product because it says it is a first aid for split ends. I apply it after washing my hair when the hair is still a little damp so that they absorb the serum efficiently. It definitely makes my hair smoother and shinier. One particular thing I absolutely love about this is that it smells divine. If not anything then I will definitely keep purchasing this for its smell. It’s a bit thick than other serum in the market but it does not weigh down the hair.

I apply it on my split ends and some on the remaining hair as well. So basically it does what any good serum should do…makes hair smooth and shiny and leaves them smelling amazing. The smell does not for more than half an hour but I still love it. The claim about split ends is only partially true as it does not repair split ends. It just prevents them from occurring again. Obviously…split ends can only go away with regular cutting of hair and dietary changes like drinking enough water and eating healthy. Nothing can replace a healthy lifestyle.

Pros of L’Oreal Serie Expert Absolut Repair Cellular Unifibrine Hair Serum:

• Smells amazing
• Leaves hair smoother and soft. Also imparts a bit of shine to the hair.
• Hygienic pump packaging.
• Quantity will go a long way as you only require a pea size amount.
• Prevents appearance of split ends.
• Travel friendly!

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Cons of L’Oreal Serie Expert Absolut Repair Cellular Unifibrine Hair Serum:

• Expensive!
• Doesn’t repair hair. Just makes them smoother and frizz free.

Overall, I like it a normal hair serum but then what’s the point of using a professional product when my matrix hair serum does the same job. Although I will repurchase it just for its smell.

IMBB rating: - 3.5/5

Do share your views about this if you have used it in the comments section.

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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

jomol August 31, 2013 at 2:19 pm

I need this….prevents spilt ends *pigtail* *pigtail*

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mily jain August 31, 2013 at 3:30 pm

yes jomol *hifive*

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Gowthami August 31, 2013 at 3:10 pm

Will give it a shot when my kerastase gets over.. *pigtail* *pigtail* Lovely review *hifive*

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mily jain August 31, 2013 at 3:28 pm

*thankyou* gowthami but i am sure you wont like it after using kerastase..kerastase is slowly becoming the pioneer in hair care.. *haan ji* *haan ji* *haan ji*

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Aditi August 31, 2013 at 3:32 pm

Love the review, but this tends to make my hair oily! *happy dance* *happydance*

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mily jain August 31, 2013 at 3:35 pm

my hair is dry aditi..maybe that is why it works ok on my hair..i think it will make normal hair oily.. *hunterwali*

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arja August 31, 2013 at 6:34 pm

That`s sad… I love loreal serums. The liss ultime especially – repurchased twice. but yeah it doesnt really ‘repair’ hair.

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saloni..!! September 1, 2013 at 12:10 pm

It will work perfect as a serum even if it does not do anything to repair *nababana* *happy dance* *happy dance* i will get this or liss one after i am done with my serum *happy dance* *happy dance*

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