April 19, 2013

the Balm En Root Conditioning Treatment Mask Review

the Balm En Root Conditioning Treatment Mask

Repairs a-head for your dry, lazy hair with the Balm’s new En Root Conditioning Treatment Mask ($15). the Balm’s new En Root Haircare Collection includes a variety of shampoos, conditioners, hair care products, and this new deep conditioning treatment mask to get your hair soft, silky, and smooth.

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the Balm En Root Conditioning Treatment Mask is a deep conditioning mask for hair that’s infused with Bamboo Extracts, Rice Proteins and Vitamins A, C and E and has a sulfate-free formula that’s completely safe for color treated hair according to the Balm.

This is a thick, rich hair mask which can be applied on wet hair, left on for 10 minutes (or more), and rinsed out. It smells incredible like a high quality saloon style shampoo of some sort with a fresh slightly sweet fragrance. I’ve been using it all this month, once a week, to get my long, wavy hair soft, silky, and frizz-free.

My hair tangles easily considering how very long it is and it runs on the drier side with some frizz. This restores much needed moisture, smooths frizz, and gives my curls more definition. Thus far I haven’t experienced any build up using it either which is a complete plus! It rinses clean away with warm water and doesn’t weight my hair down or make it greasy.

P.S. Love the New York skyline on the tube with the taxi in the background. I deal with commercial liability policies all day in my “real life” so I thought the taxi was too cute!

If you’re looking to revive your hair with much needed moisture I’d check this one out.

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It’s available now at thebalm.com


I purchased this item.

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  • Quinctia

    I just cut all my hair off. That’s one way to get rid of dry ends! And my scalp had gotten so sore from the weight (when I wore my hair up) and the amount of daily detangling.

    …sad thing is I bought some deep conditioning hair mousse, then I cut my hair off like two weeks later without having tried it.

    How long do you think this product will last you? This sort of treatment can be so deceiving, because I have had ones where a little will go a long way, and others where I have to use almost half the tube just to get it fully dispersed through my hair.

    • the Muse

      mm I have longer hair and I’d say about a month? with weekly use?