As long as I have this hair on my head I probably wont get tired of trying out new treatments. My hair is naturally curly, thick and somewhat dry; retaining moisture is a battle. I am becoming more cautious of the ingredients in products I use. Before using this mask for the first time I immediately went to check out the label, hoping not to see argan oil listed last. I was happy to see it listed as the first ingredient, followed by aloe, castor oil, pro-vitamin B5, coconut oil and a few other things. So far we are off to a good start. The jar also states that it is paraben & sulfate free as well as cruelty free.
I applied this argan oil mask to my hair and let it sit for about 15 minutes, and rinsed. My hair de-tangled easily and felt soft and moisturized. The mask rinsed out completely and while it left my hair feeling moisturized, it did not feel greasy or heavy. The second time I used this mask I covered my head with a plastic cap and sat under my hooded dryer for 10 minutes. (the mask does not need to be heat activated) I had great results with that method also, my hair was soft like butter. With both methods of using the mask my hair was left with a nice shine, the heat I felt enhanced the effects but it was not necessary to see results.
*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.