Please be honest with me, ladies…how much do you care about your hair? As much as you care about you facial skin?
I mean…why bother? I wore hijab to schools and till this current 8 to 5 job, I wear hijab to work.
I was born with a quite thick straight hair (I’m blessed). But somehow…my hair was dull, frizzy and coarse. Due to my negligence, my hair’s getting damaged and what worst could happened…they started falling out rampantly as I get older.
And until at this certain point, I started seeking out for help on preventing me from getting bald. I started eating healthy foods and distressed myself from works and life and most importantly…get enough sleep.
And to deal with my damaged and unmanageable hair, I started investing on a good hair care products. My look out for shampoos and conditioners which are free from Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), paraben and gluten. My preference is Verb Products brand, of course! (I did even blog about it before. Click here to read.)
As to top up my hair care routine, I pampered them with a hair mask. Yes, girls…hair needs to wear mask too!
So, I indulged myself into this multiple award wining Coco and Eve: Like A Virgin Hair Masque…which I never regret!
This hair masque is build in 5-in-1 formula that helps to repair my hair from inside-out. It:
- Revives dry and damaged hair caused by styling, heat, dyes and the environment;
- Restores hair to its pure state like it used to be;
- Repairs hair from the inside and out;
- Conditions from root to tip; and
- Tames frizz and split ends.
Each 212 ml hair masque contains:
Aqua (water), cetearyl alcohol, cocos nucifera (coconut) fruit extract, dimethicone, behentrimonium chloride, parfum, glycerin, cetyl alcohol, sodium benzoate, ficus carica (fig) fruit extract, argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil, shea butter ethyl esters, caryocar brasiliense fruit oil, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil, hydrolyzed linseed extract, leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate, phenoxyethanol, cetrimonium chloride,potassium sorbate, ethylhexylglycerin, selaginella lepidophylla extract, saccharomyces/silicon ferment, saccharomyces/iron ferment, saccharomyces/magnesium ferment, saccharomyces/copper ferment, saccharomyces/zinc ferment, tocopherol, lactobacillus ferment, benzyl alcohol, benzyl salicylate, coumarin, limonene, linalool.
As you can see from the list, the key ingredients for this are:
- Coconut: Add shines to the hair. It also strengthen and repair the hair by preventing hair breakage and split ends;
- Fig: moisturise and help detangle the hair;
- Shea butter: moisturise and help detangle the hair;
- Lin seed: improves the gloss and texture; and
- Argan oil: treats split ends, tames frizziness.
And they proudly declare their hair masque are:
This a simple tutorial on applying the masque:
My verdict: This is a savior to my damaged hair. This masque is a bit pricey, i.e MYR 180 (USD 43.58) compared to any other drugstore hair masques you could find in local store, but it worth every Ringgit! I started seeing result right after my first use. The results are getting better and better after several usage.
My! Oh! My!
I couldn’t imagine how amazing my hair would be after a month of usage! Probably as silky smooth as the mulberry silk 😉
The masque has a pleasant subtle sweet coconutty fragrance which isn’t overpowering. It lingered until my next wash. The texture is thick and creamy and has a good level of slip. It easily distributed throughout my hair with the help from the tangle tamer brush which was provided in the package. I’m over satisfied with this purchase and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this product to you, girls…if you want to stay away from hair misery.
Have you tried Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque? Let me know in the comment section below.
p/s: This post is not sponsored.
2 thoughts on “Coco & Eve : Like A Virgin Hair Masque Review”
I definitely need this in my life. My hair is dry, curly and frizzy. Sounds like this would work perfectly!
Give it a shot, dear and your hair won’t be the same anymore 😉