How are you all doing? I am sure this range does not need an introduction because it is already famous everywhere. Whenever you visit a parlor, I am sure you might have seen these tubs sitting on the shelves and a lot of you must be even using this. But, for those who have not, I think you should not miss out on this because this at home hair spa product is totally worth a try.
Rs 600 for 490 g
Enriched with water lily and purified water, this deep nourishing cream bath intensely nourishes your hair. Through massage, it treats and infuses the hair fibre with nutrients and moisture for nourished, soft and shiny hair.
Direction for Use: Use alone or mix with a hair spa scalp concentrate (1 capsule). Apply to shampooed, towel dried hair, massage into hair and scalp for 10-20 minutes, Rinse.
My Experience with L’Oreal Hair Spa Deep Nourishing Creambath:
I picked up the “Deep Nourishing” variant because I have dry hair. The tub as most of you must have seen on the store shelves, it comes in a fat sky blue tub that is hugely filled up with the product. Earlier, I had spotted a few small packs, but I think they have been discontinued and this is the only available one.
I think this is a very excellent deal because the quantity will last up to a year or so as this is a weekly treatment. The pricing is great, so no product from a professional brand can really compete with this. The tub is definitely not travel friendly. But when I travel, I just take a dollop in a little container and carry it along with me. You can select the cream bath according to the hair type.
This cream bath comes in a white colour, extremely thick consistency and this just the way a hair spa cream bath should be. Just a small scoop is required at once, as it spreads amazingly and that scoop will cover the ends and the hair shaft too.
I use it in place of a conditioner after shampooing my hair. The way to use this product is to apply it on a bunch of hair in partitions till you have applied it covering all your hair. That is how it gets applied effectively even in the inner areas. I feel it works because the moment I applied it, my hair started getting smoother. I keep it undisturbed for like 15-20 minutes and if I have some free time then I take a steam for the cream to penetrate better. Then, I rinse it off. At the time of rinsing, my hair feels velvety soft and smooth. Finally, I blow dry my hair without using a serum.
My hair looks really soft and they look recovered from the damage as they look extremely natural and untreated. I can see my hair colour dazzling at its highest peak. My ends seem to be frizz free for a couple of days. It does not repair my hair but it does make it look as if it has.
The day I apply the product, my hair looks a bit dry. But when I wake up the next day, I have Rapunzel like hair. They are extremely manageable on the next day and looks sleek. I would probably end up ditching the flat iron because my hair looks beautiful on its own. They are softer, silkier and shinier than usual. No matter how much you play with tongs and flat irons the entire week, this will help your hair to get back to normal in just a day.
Pros of L’Oreal Hair Spa Deep Nourishing Creambath:
- Comes in a huge tub at a very reasonable price.
- Available all around in stores and on portals.
- One tub goes long for like a year or so as this is a weekly treatment.
- Just a little scoop is required to treat the hair at once.
- It actually provides a great deep nourishment and the results are totally visible.
- My hair is extremely soft and smooth and they look very natural, they do not look chemically treated at all.
- It makes my hair colour dazzle and shine a lot.
- My hair looks frizz free and very healthy.
- They are a lot more manageable than usual.
- It will treat your one week damage in just 20 minutes, it will not repair but help hair recover.
- An entire range available to have a luxurious hair spa at home.
- Different variants available to select according to your hair type and needs.
Cons of L’Oreal Hair Spa Deep Nourishing Creambath:
- My hair looks a bit dry the very same day, though they turn amazing the next day.
- It does not detangle the hair that well.
Will I Recommend L’Oreal Hair Spa Deep Nourishing Creambath?
Yes, absolutely. It is totally worth it. I went to the salon to get a hair spa done and I picked L’Oreal Hair Spa Deep Nourishing Creambath and this is the thing that they use. The lady shampooed my hair and applied this strand by strand and kept it for 15-20 minutes. Then, she washed it off, applied a serum and it was done. I paid her for this 😛 I could have done this myself and so decided to do it. You ladies can do the same too. Go ahead and get this sturdy tub.
I would share a thing, the hair spa range also has some little ampoules for dry hair, thin hair, dandruff and for stimulation. If you want to treat any hair issue then pick those ampoules and mix it in the spa and then use the spa on your hair. It works pretty well.
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