Garnier recently launched a whole new range of hair care products called “Whole Blends” where each Whole Blends formula is supposed to be enriched with a certain set of ingredients and targeted to take care of a certain set of hair problems. I picked up the “Repairing Mask” from the Honey Treasures Whole Blend which is supposed to mend damaged hair and give you strong healthy hair. Read on to find out if the mask delivers what it promises.
$6.99. Prices may vary from store to store.
Generous rinse-out treatment repairs for healthier, stronger hair. Our rich reconstructing system, blooms with a delicious fragrance of royal jelly, honey and propolis, bringing to life our wholesome care that helps mend damage and brittleness, and strengthen strands for renewed, healthier hair.
How To Use:
After shampooing with our Repairing shampoo, apply a generous amount of treatment to hair. Gently work through hair, making sure to cover ends. Wait 3 minutes, then rinse thoroughly.
My Experience with Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Repairing Mask:
Packaging: The mask comes in a lovely honey-colored plastic tub with a honeycomb design. It has a screw-on cap which shuts tight. The packaging is pretty standard, simple yet effective. There is no spatula or brush provided to scoop the product out of the tub. I personally do not prefer a tub design as I do not like dipping into it, but it’s not a deal breaker.
Texture/Fragrance/Performance: The mask has the texture of a thick fluffy cream. It spreads pretty easily through the hair. As directed, I apply it to my hair after shampooing and concentrate on the ends which are particularly dry. I do not apply it to my scalp. I let it sit for around 5 minutes and then rinse it off. The mask is easy to wash off and there is no sticky residue left behind.
And now for the results – the mask works pretty well and leaves my hair soft, smooth and detangled. My hair looks healthy and well nourished. Overall, I like the deep conditioning treatment that this mask provides and have been using this on a weekly basis now.
The mask has a mild honey fragrance which doesn’t last too long post wash. I did not notice any aggravated hair fall after using this mask.
Pros of Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Repairing Mask:
- Works as a nice conditioning treatment for dry hair.
- Does not leave the hair dry or tangled.
- Easy to spread and apply to the hair.
- Easy to wash off and does not leave any residue behind.
- Has a mild honey fragrance.
- Paraben-free formula.
Cons of Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Repairing Mask:
- Tub design might not appeal to all.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Repairing Mask?
I would surely recommend this mask to those with dry hair and looking for some extra conditioning treatment.
I will not repurchase the same mask, but might try out other products from this range.
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