I got this repair treatment mask after I read a few reviews on the other products from this range. I was having a bad case of splits since I was ignoring my hair for 3 months. I was just using shampoo and conditioner and the Bangalore pollution took its toll on my hair which already was not in a great condition. I was switching products fast and it damaged my hair severely. My hair got super frizzy, extremely tangled, and I ended up with a dry scalp. I was using L’Oreal Smooth Intense range products and it was beautiful.
Scientifically proven to work at 3 levels. It’s fast melting formula with fibre actives and vita protein complex absorbs deeply to help bind proteins in the core of hair to boost hair’s inner resistance and strength so it more resilient against future damage.
Rs. 215/- for 200 ml.
How To Use:
As your weekly hair care regime, apply a palm full and massage onto freshly cleansed hair concentrating from the middle to the ends. Leave for at least 3-5 minutes for best results.
My Experience with Dove Intense Repair Treatment Mask:
The mask comes in a white rounded triangle tub, white in colour, and creamy. The mask has the usual Dove fragrance. The mask glides smoothly in the hair. While rinsing off, it requires less amount of water. It can be used as an everyday conditioner as well. I was using it alternatively with L’Oreal conditioner and once that finished, I started using the mask regularly.
It really took care of my splits and prevented further splits. My hair was soft, but not as good as it was with L’Oreal. It doesn’t make hair smooth and doesn’t control frizz. It just protects the hair to an extent. I was using Nyle Dryness Control Shampoo. I got Patanjali Milk Protein and then it started getting bad again. This mask even though effective, has silicones in it.
Pros of Dove Intense Repair Treatment Mask:
- Creamy texture.
- Can be used as an everyday conditioner.
- It repairs existing splits to an extent and prevents further splits.
- It makes your hair look healthy and shiny.
- Amazing smell.
- Price is good for the quantity.
- Only a coin-sized amount is enough.
- The tub will last for good 3 months even if used twice a week.
Cons of Dove Intense Repair Treatment Mask:
- Contains silicones.
- Contains parabens.
- May cause build up.
- Does not control frizz and does not moisturize hair.
- Turns hair greasy the very next day.
I recommend this to people who are already using sulphate shampoos and don’t mind silicones in their hair. It really does what it claims. Try something else for moisturisation and frizz though.
Do I Recommend Dove Intense Repair Treatment Mask?
It’s a good mask and the claims are fulfilled though I am right now trying to avoid silicones and parabens. I need something to control my frizz as well. Olive oil is enough to keep my hair free from splits and completely chemical free. Since I found my sulphate and parabens free shampoo, I am going to switch to L’Oreal conditioner as soon as this finishes. It doesn’t contain parabens and silicones (what a relief, its my HG conditioner!)
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