Vichy Dercos Nourishing Repair Rich Mask (R320)
What they say: An exceptional hair care mask that transforms dry to very dry hair into shiny healthy hair and gives a real sensory experience.
For men and women with dry, damaged and brittle hair, exposed to multiple aggressions such as brushing, washing, drying, and repeated chemical treatments, who want to nourish and rebuild their hair fibre.
For the 1st time a double concentrate of nutrition & repair within the highest tolerance textures for sensitive scalps
1) The reparative strength of Keratin-Complex replaces lost keratin. This cocktail of vital molecules coat the cuticle to fill the gaps of the hair. Reconstructs the surface and the inside hair fibre becomes more resistant against external aggressors.
2) The nutritional richness of 3 oils of vegetable origin selected for their exceptional content of omega 3, 6 & 9 restores strength to dry hair. These natural sweet almond, rosehip and safflower oil leave the hair smoother and hydrated at the very heart of the fibre. Enriched with UV filters to ensure optimum protection and brightness of chemically treated hair.
What I say: It’s been a while since I love a hair mask this much. It does absolutely everything it promises to do, and all in just 1 minute. Yep – you only have to leave it on your hair for 1 flipping minute. None of the 5 to 10 minute malarkey you usually get with rich masks. (Great for CT girls at the moment, as it’s quicker to use and rinse out than regular conditioner).
Like my skin, my hair goes a bit strange when the weather is so undecided. Freezing cold one day and over 20 degrees the next. This mask has kept is silky smooth and manageable through it all. I also need to praise the fact that it doesn’t weigh down my fine hair or flatten my curls into a greasy pancake. Nope, it just intensely nourishes to deliver the best possible version of your hair. And for those of you worried about the price – you need the tiniest amount, so the 200ml tub will last you positively ages!
If you are struggling with dry or damaged locks, this really should be on your bathroom shelf.