Review: Essence ULTÎME Omega Repair Intensive Mask
Hi everyone. I can’t believe it’s Sunday already! I was busy during the whole week with work and at the weekend I met with a few friends, attended the birthday party of my bf’s mother and of course enjoyed the great weather that we have in Germany right now! I was almost giving up writing my Sunday post, but I eventually got my laptop to write a review for you. Few years ago I didn’t pay much attention to my hair, not mentioning hair care, since my hair was always kind of healthy. But during the last few years in which I kept changing my hair color more often, my hair naturally got worse and especially my hair ends were damaged and had a lot of split ends. This was the point where I started to inform myself about hair care products. And especially summer I thought it is a good idea to tell you my opinion on one of the products of my ‘hair care haul’, which is the Essence ULTÎME Omega Repair Intensive Mask.
The divine, extra rich mask for intense nourishment in 1 minute repairs inside damaged hair cells & reduces split ends by up to 95%. No more waiting around in the shower! Essence ULTÎME contains a precious ULTÎME-4-Complex: A unique combination of pearl essence, panthenol, refined protein & keratin. Indulge your hair with luxurious care: Experience Claudia Schiffer’s beauty secret.
Since I was using hair conditioners beforehand I wanted to try out something new and picked a hair mask from the Essence ULTÎME Omega Repair series by Claudia Schiffer, which promises to treat damaged hair cells and reduces split ends – The perfect product for my hair problems, isn’t it? I use this hair mask about 2-3 times a weeks and it really treats my hair well. After every use my hair feels very smooth and shiny and smells amazing. Another good feature of this hair mask is that according to its ingredients list this product seems to be silicone-free. However, I didn’t notice any remarkable changes in terms of less damaged hair and split ends.
Aqua · Cetearyl Alcohol · Isopropyl Myristate · Behentrimonium Chloride · Distearoylethyl Hydroxyethylmonium Methosulfate · Hydrolyzed Pearl · Plukenetia Volubilis Seed Oil · Panthenol · Cocodimonium Hydroxypropyl Hydrolyzed Keratin · Hydrolyzed Keratin · Maris Sal · Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine · Cetyl Palmitate · Dimethicone · Citric Acid · Parfum · Phenoxyethanol · IsopropylAlcohol · Methylparaben · Cetrimonium Chloride · Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride · Glycerin · Hexyl Cinnamal · Linalool · Limonene · Benzyl Salicylate
This hair mask smells good and makes my hair feel more smooth and shiny, but other than that there were no remarkable changes of my hair due to this treatment. All in one, a good product but not a must have.