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Deep conditioning masks for dry hair

R+Co's On a Cloud range.
Conditioning Masks

No matter your hair type, regular washing, heat styling, and weather conditions can take the gloss off your locks.

To combat dehydrated tresses, it’s a good idea to incorporate a mask into your weekly routine, and with regular use, your hair will not only look good but feel great too.  

After shampooing and conditioning with products that are suitable for your haircare needs, look to give the strands a real moisture boost with a mask formulated with nourishing ingredients. Read on for a round-up of top options to check out right now.

Herbal Essences’ Essences of Life Hydrate & Smooth Intensive Mask with Coconut Milk 

Relied on heated styling tools and dry shampoo a little too much lately? Revive your strands in no time at all with Herbal Essences’ latest hair mask offering. Featuring a creamy texture and delightful milky coconut fragrance, this intensive treatment is infused with coconut milk and pure plant essences. For best results, apply from mid-lengths to ends and leave on for at least three minutes.

Osmo’s Intensive Deep Repair Mask 

Great for dyed or very frizzy hair, Osmo’s Intensive Deep Repair Mask is formulated with jojoba extract, patchouli oil, and ylang-ylang to restore moisture balance and help smooth the cuticle. Leave on for at least five minutes.  

R+Co’s On a Cloud Baobab Oil Repair Masque 

For those needing a hair reset, R+Co’s new mask really does the trick. Packed with baobab oil protein, maca extract, and vitamins E and C, this product renews damaged hair fibres and brings nourishment, strength, and elasticity to your strands. Apply through wet hair from roots to ends. On very damaged hair or for deep repair, leave the formula on for 10 minutes and rinse. It’s a perfect option to use next time you are heading for a soak in the bathtub too!

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