Monday, 22 September 2014

Review: Dove Pure Care Dry Oil treatment mask

My hair is very fine and, although there's a lot of it, it can have a tendency to go quite flat and dull without some proper effort. I'm finally through the worst of the post pregnancy hair loss (revolting), so I'm trying to form new habits to properly look after my hair. 

This range (one of three from Dove's Advanced Hair offerings) is specifically designed to sort out flat and dull hair - mainly by nourishing the bejesus out of it. It contains macadamia and pomegranate seed oils to really revitalise dry hair. Dove claims that it leaves you with 5 x silkier hair. 

The mask smells divine -it's the coconut I think - and it has a rich, creamy texture. I use a small scoop (around the size of a 50p piece) and massage it into my hair twice a week. A little goes a long way. It suggests being left on for 3-5 minutes, but I usually leave it for about 20. It rinses out easily and my hair is much more manageable afterwards. It also makes my hair considerably softer. 

Dove also claims that it reduces frizz, but that didn't work for me. That said, my hair is particularly prone to frizz, and not much does work on that front. I actually want to try out the dry oil, based on the success of this product. I'll keep you posted on that.

Overall, especially for the price, I'd recommend giving this product a try if you dry hair. And right now, it's part of the 3 for 2 at Boots - so how could you refuse? 

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