Not too long ago, I raved about this product on my Instagram and shared my first impressions. I’ve been using it religiously every week for about two months now, so I thought I would report back on my hair’s status.
I was sent the Damage Repairing Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask + Papaya Extract to try out and first things first – it smells amazing. Like I wanted to eat it. The other thing I really liked about this product line is that 98% of the ingredients are naturally derived.
I honestly noticed a difference in my hair right after one use. It was softer and shinier. I have been using it as a one minute hair mask, mostly concentrating on my ends, and following up with my regular conditioner about once a week. I have really fine hair, which is why I usually only use it once per week. Once I ran out of it, I rushed to the store to pick up some more.
Now that I have been using for longer, I can definitely say that the overall health of my hair has really improved.
In addition to introducing this hair mask into my regular routine, switching my shampoo brand to the one I currently use and reducing the amount of heat I use, my hair did a complete 180 and is now the healthiest it has ever been. I honestly can’t think of another time when it was this healthy. Every time I go to my hairdressers for a trim my stylist comments on it as well. It’s hard to keep fine hair healthy, and she has been amazed at the condition of my hair each time I see her.
I’ve tried out some of the other masks in this line. So far I have also tried the coconut, avocado and banana hair masks. While I loved all of them too, (honestly I have yet to try a mask from this product line that I don’t like), the papaya extract mask is hands-down my favourite. Not only did it help to repair my damaged hair, but it’s also helped prevent it from getting more damaged.
With that being said, I definitely won’t be stopping using this bad boy anytime soon.
I do wish there was a little more product in the jars, mainly because I don’t go to the store that I buy these at all that often, but honestly at $4 per jar I really can’t complain. I’ve started to just buy a couple of jars when I do go so. (Yes, I’m lazy.)
Have any of you tried any of the hair masks from this line? If so, let me know which ones you’ve tried and how you liked them. I still haven’t had a chance to try the Goji mask yet – it always seems to be sold out which is making me even more excited to try it!