Garnier Fructis Nourishing Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask + Coconut Extract
1 Minute Damage Repairing Hair Mask
In 1 Minute, Indulge Your Hair In A Nourishing Treat With 98% Naturally Derived Ingredients*. Damage Repairing Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask + Papaya Extract Helps You Get Soft, Smooth & Damage Repaired Hair. No Weigh Down, No Silicones, No Parabens, And No Artificial Colorants.
We Consider An Ingredient To Be Naturally Derived If It Is Unchanged From Its Natural State Or Has Undergone Processing Yet Still Retains Greater Than 50% Of Its Molecular Structure From Its Original Plant Or Mineral Source. This Formula Consists Of 98% Naturally Derived Ingredients. The Remaining Ingredients Constitute 2% Of The Formula To Ensure Its Sensoriality And Preservation.
How to Use:
As A Hair Mask: After Shampoo, Apply Onto Wet Hair And Leave On For 1 Minute. Rinse. As A Conditioner: After Shampoo, Apply To Hair From Root To Tip. Rinse. As A Leave-in Treatment: Apply On Damp Hair For Frizz Control And Color Protection
1199806 D2 Ingredients,Aqua / Water / Eau, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Carica Papaya Fruit Extract / Papaya Fruit Extract, Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit Extract, Glycine Soja Oil / Soybean Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil / Sunflower Seed Oil, Coco-caprylate/Caprate, Cocos Nucifera Oil / Coconut Oil, Hydroxypropyl Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Caprylyl Glycol, Citric Acid, Tartaric Acid, Cetyl Esters Potassium Sorbate, Salicylic Acid, Caramel, Linalool, Geraniol, Limonene, Parfum / Fragrance,see more...
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As a hair mask before shampooing, it makes my hair very soft and silky. It definitely gives more life to my hair, especially during these dry winter months. It's also great for after I go scuba diving, and my hair gets dried out and knotted from the water.
My least favorite way is using it as a regular conditioner. It doesn't impress me all that much, which is strange considering it's great as a mask. I find that it just didn't do as good a job as my regular conditioner.
And last, my favorite method of using this, as a leave-in product. It's so easy to use. Again, it makes my hair feel soft and silky before blow drying. A little goes a long way with it. It doesn't weigh my hair down, and I enjoy that the texture of the product isn't thick.
Other bonus points for this product: the ingredients. The ingredients are great. I have always loved coconut oil for my hair, and this mask has a lot of other goodies in there too to help my hair look and feel amazing.
Also, the scent. The scent is good. It's not my favorite scent but it is good. I enjoy that it's not overpowering and has a more "fresh" vibe.
Oh! And the price! How can I forget the price?! I think this mask sells for $3-4? Something like that... which is amazing! If you were to put this in any old bottle and sell it for a higher price tag, I'd be fooled. This, especially for the price, works just as well, if not better, than higher end hair products.
One down-side of this is that it's a jarred mask. I'm not typically a fan of jarred products, because I don't really like sticking my fingers in all the product. I usually enjoy a pump or tube. It's not a huge deal, but it's still just what I prefer.
Overall, I do recommend this hair mask. It really is great. It's a solid, easy to use, effective daily product.
I used this in the shower after shampooing, and left it in for a minute, as per the instructions. The smell was pleasant but slightly artificial for a pineapple scent. I liked the consistency of the product because it wasn't too watery, but not like a sticky paste (like a lot of other conditioning products I have used). I have slightly curly hair, so it was nice to find a conditioning product that didn't use silicones or parabens since I follow the Curly Girl Method (which I highly recommend if you are looking for a way to manage curly hair). My hair was nice and soft without feeling weighed down or looking greasy. I do wish the container was bigger, however, since it only lasted a few showers (I have just below shoulder length hair for reference).
Overall, I would buy this product again if animal testing wasn't used, but if that is not a deal breaker for you, I think it is a great product.
For starters, my hair type is pretty damaged from all the hair dyeing/bleaching I have done over the years, particularly these past two years have caused a whole lotta damage.
I’ve been using this as a conditioner in the shower daily and at first I couldn’t see much of a difference, but over time I was able to see that my hair had gotten a little smoother and less frizzy. It was easier to maintain and do hairstyles and helped a little bit with how badly damaged the ends were.
Although it’s not a permanent solution to my hair woes, the product does smell quite pleasant and is very easy to use.
I give it 3 stars mainly because it’s something I’d probably give a try again, but not something I feel I would need to use as a staple in my everyday life.
I didn’t get a chance to try it as a leave-in conditioner so I cannot speak on how I felt about that part of the product.
However, the formula is apparently vegan which is in my opinion really great!
The Garnier Fructis Nourishing Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask was easy to apply in the shower--just take a dollop, and spread throughout hair. I like to concentrate it on the ends of my hair so it can improve on any damage that I have going on from blow-drying my hair almost daily. The one downside that I noticed for this product was that I did have to use more product on my hair than I typically do for hair masks, but that was easily made up for by how my hair felt and looked when I dried it. It felt protected, and after using the container, I already feel like some of the damage on my hair has been mitigated. I really liked this product, and will continue to use it.
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