L’Occitane Repairing Mask for Dry and Damaged Hair

My hair is now at shoulder-blade length, so hair masks are becoming a more and more regular part of my routine. L’Occitane Repairing Mask for Dry and Damaged Hair is recommended for coloured and chemically-treated hair, so it sounds like a pretty good fit for me.

This hair mask provides deep hydration, repair, and lots of shine.  It is so deeply nourishing it would be appropriate for all hair types, but I would particularly recommend this if you have very fine hair that needs hydration and volume.  I love using this product because it makes my hair colour shine and my hair cut sit exactly where it should.  Best of all, it only takes five to ten minutes to develop, so there is no need to turn the water off and get out of the shower while you wait for hydrated hair. The consistency is quite thin, but tacky, which makes it easy to work through. I towel dry, apply the mask to my hair, then brush it through and leave it for ten minutes. It’s also incredibly easy to rinse out, and like the L’Occitane Shea Butter Conditioner that I love so much, most of the product absorbs into the hair follicle instead of rinsing down the plughole.

L’Occitane Repairing Mask for Dry and Damaged Hair contains five essential oils, which is probably why the product is so thin yet so nourishing. The smell is odd, but nothing terrible.

L’Occitane Repairing Mask for Dry and Damaged Hair is available from Strawberrynet.com for AUD $33.50. It is paraben free.

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9 Responses to L’Occitane Repairing Mask for Dry and Damaged Hair

  1. GlossQueen says:

    Great review! This sounds exactly what I need for my fine hair.

  2. Dempeaux says:

    Thankyou! Let me know if you try it out – I’d love to know what you think!

  3. Dee says:

    I’m just catching up with everyone’s blogs properly after having limited interwebs for the last few days (HOW DID I SURVIVE???), but I wanted to just quickly tell you that I nominated you for a Beauty Blogger Award, because your blog is lovely and your reviews are great. :-)

  4. Nat says:

    I think it is on sale at the L’Occitane stores at the moment too. I love their stuff, it’s always quality.

  5. Jen W says:

    Sounds like just what my hair needs!

    My favourite conditioner of all time is Sebastian Penetraitt, but I’m always on the lookout for masks to give my hair that extra boost.

    love Snet.

  6. Dempeaux says:

    @Dee Gosh, how did you survive? Thankyou so much for your kind words and the award! That’s so sweet of you! :)

    @Nat I live about two and a half hours away from my local L’Occitane store, but I’m going to see if the sale is online too. Thanks for the tip!!

    @JenW It’s a beautiful product. I’m going to check out that conditioner you mentioned too – sounds intriguing!

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  8. Hi I’m a new follower!

    I really enjoyed reading this! I’ve been looking at the L’Occitane hair care range and I’m seriously intrigued. This sounds like a great hair treatment, I have problems getting my lengths to play nice so I might give this one a go when pay day comes round ;-)

    I found your blog through modestybrown.com

    Are you on twitter?

    Thanks for the great review x

    twitter: @Clever_Rabbit

  9. Dempeaux says:

    @CleverRabbit Thanks for stopping by! I’m still using this combination on my hair and it works really well. My hair is quite long now, but it’s still happy with this shampoo and conditioner. I just followed you on twitter :)

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