Thursday, December 2, 2010

Purederm Nourishing Hair Repair Mask

Hair masks are one of my must haves, I always have several brands in my bathroom and I take pleasure in trying out new formulations. Since my hair is wavy, thick and prone to tangles, I use hair masks at least twice a week to keep my tresses soft, shiny and manageable. But really more than anything else, I prefer my hair to be super soft, even somewhat limp. If you've got hair like mine (but not quite like Alex's, hee-hee), a little less volume and more sleekness is all you need.

The Purederm Hair Mask was part of the Purederm gift pack I received last month. The folks over at Purederm are so generous and I have yet to try all the stuff they sent me. 

The first item I shall be reviewing is their Nourishing Repair Hair Mask with Chamomile.

Enriched with Chamomile Extract, Rosemary Extract and other ingredients, it‘s a rich treatment for frizzy, damaged and unruly hair. With its creamy texture and delicate scent, the mask penetrates at the heart of the hair to nourish and repair frizzy & curly hair. Best for damaged or permed hair.

This pack contains 20ml of product which was more than enough to coat my long hair which is now past my shoulders. It is creamy and has an unmistakable citrus scent. I usually wear a shower cap so that my hair can soak in all the nutrients and benefits while I soap up.

I actually like this product a lot and the scent lingers on my hair even after blow-drying. And at the expense of sounding like an advert, it does leave my hair soft and manageable, but not crazy soft like when I use other hair masks (which I prefer more, honestly). The only downside is I wish it came in larger packs or at least in a tub/tube because I want to be generous with my applications. Also, I don't feel comfortable using up and throwing out plastic packs every so often.

This product is a steal at only Php 79.75 and is available at the Beauty Section of most SM Dept. Stores and Watsons.


  1. Hmmnn...I'll try this out, it may save me money :) I'm thinking of getting a Keratin treatment but this may be just what I need.

  2. @Cathy: Great, let me know how it works for you :)

  3. I've seen this in Watsons before! That's affordable ha! might try it soon :)