Sunday, October 5, 2014

Get Luxuriously Soft Hair With InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask

My hair has become dry throughout the years because of constant coloring and heat styling. I now limit my heat styling to occasions when we go to a party or go out on a date with hubby but I still color my hair every 2 to 3 months but dry hair is still a problem. Frizziness and fluffiness are also problems for me as well as dandruff.

I've tried several products from InstaNatural and I loved all of them. This time, I was sent an Argan Oil Hair Mask to try. Of course I was excited because I've tried Argan Oils before and I like them for my hair but this is the first time I'm trying an Argan Oil Hair Mask.

The InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask is made of premium high-quality natural and organic ingredients which includes Argan Oil, Amino Acid COmplex, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Vitamin B5, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil and more. These ingredients work together to moisturize and nurture the hair. It can be used as a deep conditioning treatment, 5 to 10 minutes, which allows the hair mask to permeate the hair follicles to deliver ultimate nourishment and hydration. It can also be used as a regular conditioner for everyday use.

The InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask arrived in a white jar with a brownish/red label. It has a second seal inside to ensure that the product wouldn't spill during shipping. I opened it and immediately smelled the scent of the hair mask which has a citrus-y/orange-y/lemon-y scent with a hint of vanilla. It has an off-white/cream color and has a pudding-like texture.

Before applying the InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask, I first washed my hair with shampoo and conditioner. I towel-dried my hair and applied the Argan Oil Hair Mask on my hair generously. I started on my scalp and worked my way up to the ends of my hair. Since I opted to try the deep conditioning treatment, I put my hair up in a bun so that I can do other things while waiting for my 15-minute treatment. I used about 1/5 of the hair mask for my short, thick and wavy hair. The InstaNatural Argan Oil Hair Mask has a bit of an overpowering scent while it was on my hair. Good thing it smelled nice and not irritating and I'm thankful for that because I'm stuck with the scent for 15 minutes. :)

After 15 minutes, I went back to the shower to rinse it off. I didn't feel the need to shampoo my hair again because it rinsed of easily. I didn't feel any remnants of the hair mask on my hair and scalp. I towel-dried my hair and combed it and was amazed that my hair has lesser tangles than before. My hair also smelled really nice. I proceeded to blow-dry my hair to see how it worked.

I was pretty amazed at how soft, shiny and healthy-looking my hair was after I blow-dried it. The frizziness and fluffiness was greatly reduced and I know I've said it a lot of times but my hair smelled GREAT! I also noticed that my scalp became clear and dandruff free. I'm pretty sure it's because of the InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask because I've tried a lot of anti-dandruff shampoos but none of them really fixed my dandruff issue. And for the record, my hair smelled nice up to 3 days after I used the InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask. I do shampoo my hair everyday so the fact that the scent of the InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask stayed 3 days after I used it, it's pretty nice. :)

The InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask works great in deep conditioning and repairing my hair. I'm not exaggerating but I've really never felt my hair this soft and smooth for years. It was also effective against my dandruff which has been my problem since I was in highschool. I love the hair mask and would not think twice of buying it again.

You can purchase the InstaNatural's Argan Oil Hair Mask on Amazon.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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