My Luxurious Bath Series: Product Review: L’ORÉAL PARIS Total Repair 5 Total Repairing Masque

This is the next one in the Luxurious bath series. It is totally unnecessary for everyday baths.

As you have read earlier, we first TRESemme Salon Silk Moisture Shampoo  for the hair and let it soak while we doubly cleansed the face first with the Lush Dark Angels Cleanser  and then with Clinique anti-blemish solutions – cleansing foam. Now for the next step, the Hair masque. Not mask.

Read on to know more..

Price: Rs. 325 for 200g

Shelf life: 36 months from Pkd. date

Claims:

New TOTAL REPAIR 5 Repairing Masque: With ceramide-cement, the masque repairs and intensely nourishes your hair.
Proven resultsL Day after day, your hair is as if repaired and protected from the 5 signs of hair damage.
1. Hair Fall* 2. Dryness 3. Roughness 4. Dullness and 5. Split ends.

Directions for use: Gently massage into washed and towel-dried hair. Leave in for 2 minutes for intensive treatment, then rinse.

Ingredients:

Packaging:

It is a wide tub full of a very creamy deep conditioning mask which is very very easy to apply because it spreads over so easily. It has a light fragrance that lingers of for half a day or so after use. I don’t mind the tub packaging so much as I use a spatula to get the product out.

My journey in the Luxurious Bath:

I used the masque as directed for the most part. I spread it evenly all over the lengths of my hair. I avoided the roots as much as I could as I didn’t want it to get too greasy. I generally have an oily scalp. I kept it for a lot longer than just 2 minutes. I used a disposable shower cap from Faces to keep my hair away from my face and to avoid any grease on my shoulders. I removed the shower cap and washed it all off to smooth silky soft hair.

My experience with the L’ORÉAL PARIS Total Repair 5 Repairing Masque:

Wikipedia says a Masque as

a form of festive courtly entertainment in the 16th and 17th century. A masque involved music and dancing, singing and acting, within an elaborate stage design.

Oh yeah. The experience was joyful! Since the masque is so creamy, it applies very easily and the result is beautiful. I’ll just list the pros and cons since I love this product.

Swatch:

Pros:

  • Makes my hair super duper smooth and so soft to touch and it certainly get noticed.
  • Convenient to use.
  • Makes the hair smell nice for a day, may be two.
  • Easy to apply and is very creamy.

Cons:

  • The ingredient list seems scary.
  • Contains parabens.

Last word:

It is a very good mask. It is very effective and deeply conditions the hair. I use it once a week. The result is that I have good hair days for the next 2-3 days. I want to try the other Lóreal Hair Spa Smoothing Creambath.

Rating: 5/5. I don’t see anything wrong with it. Its a whole lotta pluses.

PS: I had typed the text for the blog but stupidly lost it. Hence the delay.

 

Other posts in the Bath Series:

My Luxurious Bath Series: Product Review: TRESemme Salon Silk Moisture Shampoo

My Luxurious Bath Series: Product Review: Lush Dark Angels Cleanser

My Luxurious Bath Series: Product Review: Clinique anti-blemish solutions – cleansing foam

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