L’Occitane Aromachologie Repairing Mask Review

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With naturally curly hair I have a real issue keeping my hair hydrated without weighing down my curls. I am always on the lookout for a great hair mask and L’Occitane has brought back their highly rated Aromachologie Repairing Mask. After my first use I can see why this has been a customer favorite.

The mask is a really thick texture and you don’t need much to coat all your hair. After towel drying, I apply the mask and work through to the ends. I like to  cover my hair with a shower cap and wrap my head in a towel to let the product really go to work. I leave it on about 15 minutes and rinse. The mask smells amazing and leaves my curls so hydrated without weighing them down. I love how soft and shiny my hair is after using the mask. A great holiday gift to yourself to keep your hair looking great all winter.

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L’Occitane Aromachologie Repairing Mask
A hair mask that provides intensive nourishing and protective care. A natural complex of 5 essential oils – Angelica, Lavender, Geranium, Ylang-ylang and Patchouli – plus sunflower and wheat oils. Particularly recommended for color and chemically-treated hair, this hair mask nourishes and deeply restores capillary fiber. Repairing, stimulating and regenerating, it protects against the damaging effects of hair heat treatments (blow dryer, curling iron, hot rollers etc.) and environmental stresses (sun, pollution etc.). This rich and silky cream leaves your hair shiny, soft, and smooth.

Available for purchase at L’Occitane stores and online at usa.loccitane.com

Disclosure: A complimentary sample was sent to me for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are 100% my own.


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November 25th, 2013 at 10:28 pm

Oh the fragrance wasn’t overwhelming?