Oriflame Coconut & Ricemilk Nourishing Hair Mask Review

I have been eyeing this Coconut and Ricemilk hair mask from Oriflame for a long time. Finally, got it when I did an Oriflame haul and I am not regretting getting it one bit, why, lets see. First of all, the mask smells like coconut barfi. The moment I smelled it, I wanted the same scent in my hair. In fact, it is hard trying to resist opening it again and again, donno whether it’s the mallu obsession with everything coconuty.

Oriflame Coconut and Ricemilk hair mask

Coming back to the mask, this creamy consistency mask is packed inside a cute container that looks like a half coconut shell. There is enough mask in there that would last you at least 10 washes if you have medium below-shoulder length hair. So, good amount of product in there for Rs. 249.


Oriflame Coconut and Ricemilk hair mask

Coconut oil is known to add bounce and shine to dry and damaged hair. Coconut oil has the ability to penetrate the hair shaft and reduce protein loss as compared to other oils.

Coconut oil is an age-old hair treatment used to condition, strengthen, and silken hair. It also conditions the scalp and is used as a relaxing treatment.

Ricemilk is used as substitute for cow’s milk in lactose-intolerant people. Rice milk is low in fat and high in protein and hence it acts as a nourisher.

PRICE: Rs. 249 for 150 mL 5.0 fl.oz.


Since neither the catalogue nor the product carried any “how to use” instructions, I deviced (??) my own method. First, I wash my hair with a mild shampoo to get all the dirt off my hair. Then, I squeeze out excess water from the hair, so that it is “just” wet. Next, I take a considerable amount of mask in my hands and run it through my hair smoothing it in the ends of the hair. I do apply the mask in the roots of hair because it is a nourishing mask and since my hair is curly, I do not end up with limp hair (straighties will have to find out). I keep the hair mask on for 10 minutes and then rinse it off thoroughly. However, I think that wrapping a hot towel would do a lot more good, but I am plain lazy to do that, so I skip that step.

Another thing, I forgot to mention is that this mask lathers a little when you rub it into your hair, so I am guessing it has SLES or some other lathering agent. Since Oriflame does not detail out their ingredients list, I can only guess.


I have used this mask for around 4 to 5 times now and I am pretty happy with the results. One of the major reasons that I am very glad that I have this mask is that the sweet scent lingers in the hair even after you have washed your hair. After using this one, I noted that the curls in my lower part of the hair got defined nicely. They were like in proper curls and I guess it would work wonderfully on straight hair too. As far as disappointments are concerned, I was expecting it to work as a conditioner, but the mask did not add shine or condition my hair. After going through the mask’s description, I realized that nowhere it’s mentioned that it will work as a conditioner, it is just a nourishing hair mask and does just that. Since, I have not much of a hair fall problem, I did not/could not notice much change as far as nourishment goes, but I am guessing it works well.

Oriflame Coconut and Ricemilk hair mask


  • Smells wonderful and it lingers in the hair for some time too.
  • Adequate amount of mask for the price.
  • Creamy consistency of the mask gets spread evenly throughout hair.
  • There is no dripping.
  • No side effects.
  • My curls are much more disciplined with this hair mask.


  • It is not a conditioner, I so wished it worked as a conditioner as well.
  • No ingredient list is mentioned.
  • Does not add shine, but it does not claim it will.

WILL I REPURCHASE IT: Yes because I love the way my hair smells after using it and works wonderfully in defining my unruly curls.

IMBB STAR RATING: :-* :-* :-* ……2 for the smell and 1 for the way my curls behave with it.

Have you used Oriflame Coconut & Ricemilk Nourishing Hair Mask? Please rate in the box below


58 thoughts on “Oriflame Coconut & Ricemilk Nourishing Hair Mask Review

    1. Believe me Priya……it smells exactly like coconut barfi….and if you have a boyfriend whose olfactory senses are like Ashmit……then imagine :toothygrin: :toothygrin: :toothygrin: :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :yelo: :yelo:

  1. Jomol……great review :waytogo:
    I use another hair mask of oriflame.
    And they give ‘how to use’ instructions underneath the tub. There I peeled off and there was directions to use there. Search if there is peel off somewhere underneath :))
    And you are using it correctly what they mentioned. Except the time is 5 mins. And also a small suggestion is to condition your hair rinse it and then apply mask. This is how I use it. :))

    1. Jinal….I didnt find any…..but this formula works too….waise…..thanks for an alternate method Jinal…..I will try this way tooo :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:

  2. geee I loved the packaging, it’s soo cute. I am just not fond of anything coconutty except coconut burfi may be but other than that I run away from that smell… Send the jar to me after you are done using the mask. :toothygrin: :toothygrin:

    The brown part looks so baldy :lol2: :lol2: :lol2:

    1. me no fan of coconut smell !! hehehehehehe … ME BEING gujarati nuts abt DHOKLA SMELLL……………. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA …kiddin kiddin …

      1. Rids, me love dhokla…..I try to make .dhokla at home, but they turn up like idli7….not fluffy…..how can 23you make dhokla f-269luffy0 any idea+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+.+….

        1. Hey Rids….me gujju too :cheers:

          I make instant dhokla too! My BF loves them though he is Punjabi. :toothygrin:
          to make fluffy instant dhokla……mix suji+dahi and let it soak for 20 mins. Then add salt to taste and green chilli if you like it spicy :-* . The finally heat up the double boiler. Put greased thaali in and let it get hot. At the end add a tablespoon of Eno fruit salt and mix vigorously. This mixing should be as fast as u can. :yahoo: :yahoo: Then tip it in hot thaali and cook it for 10 mins. Dhokla ready.

          1. @ jinal —– AAV AAV BEN ….JOIN D CLUB !! hahahaha we shld definately meet up for gujju gosseep !!! HAHAHAHAHAHA

            @ jomol – I DONT MAKE DHOKLA …… hehehehe ..me lazy bum !! but jinal the gud girl is 100% CORRECT .. ma mom makes the dhokla d same way .. hhehehe.. try it .. if it doesnt turn out good.. come to my place … u can hav dhokla any time………. hahahahahaha

            1. @Rids
              haha…..sure sure!
              bau badhi gossip karishu….makeup ane gujju khichdi mixture…..hahaha
              where are you from??

              you asking me dear?

  3. container looks nice n different..but am too lazy to apply hair mask…shampoo n conditioner application itself makes me too tired! :sweat:

  4. Jomoljeeeeeeeeeeee…why didn’t they write how to use anywhere??? Am very confused is this a conditioning mask that you use after or one of those masks which you use before washing and then wash off…..but anyway since your method works for you why :headbang: naaaa 😀

  5. Yaaaaaaaaa..me tired…me too decent naaa…I think I need glucose 😀 😀 Yaaa..but lots of treatment hair masks are there na to put before washing…maybe you wash….and if your hair not too dirty…put mask…then take bath….!!! ?:) ?:) ?:) 😐 😐 😐

  6. Heheheee…what I do naaa..I wash hair today…tomorrow I put mask..then wash later..but then I never go out….so my hair doesn’t get terribly dirty anyway 😀

  7. wow……great idea…………….I do that from now on….but I found the little booklet containing the ingredient list and how to use instructions….I was so dumb not to have checked again even when Jinal told so..than+k y6ou JInal :woot: :woot: :woot: :woot:

    1. yeah doing it……


      HOW TO USE:

      After shampooing, massage into towel dried hair, leave for 5 minutes and rinse…

      Plain and simple…

      Rads you are meannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnest :spank: :violinbash: :spank: :spank:

    1. and you are the dattiest meanie girl who buys reshmi chaddi for such a heavy price………..you can stitch it on your sewing machine na :spank: :spank:

  8. hmm…nice review. i hav never used any mask on my hair. just oil-shampoo-conditioner. well, does it contain silicone? bcoz, the dove mask contains. silicone actually dries out ur hair.

  9. jomol der wud be ingredients too on the oriflame site…
    i tried d coconut n rice milk shampoo…n it was PATHETIC :devil: :devil:
    dint try d mask..bt dnt ever get d shampoo !!!

  10. wow! This really helps.. i had been toying with the idea of buying it.. but was waiting for a review!
    This is just in time 🙂 Thankoo Jomol 🙂

  11. I bought this for 191…. bt thot itz for the conditioning partt…. 🙁 Still havnt opened d tub. Will use it today.. :yahoo:

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