REVIEW: Human Nature Natural Hair Mask

8 Feb

Visits to the salon are a thing of the past ever since I became a mom.  I only go there now to get a haircut. To start with, I have virgin hair and have used no permanent chemical treatments at all. The only treatment I’ve had was hair spa.

The only thing I do to treat my hair is use deep conditioning treatment masks. Hair masks are made to improve your hair condition but most hair masks in the market are very costly. Thankfully, I found Human Nature Natural Hair Mask with Avocado and Gugo Bark! It comes in two sizes, 50g and 200g. It also has two scents/variants: Jasmine, which has the sweet smell of sampaguita, and Rosemary, which has a mentholated smell and feel.

I have the Jasmine scent in 200g and the Rosemary in 50g. I love both!

IMG_0047For only 299.75php, you get a 200g of product.

IMG_0049Product Claims:

Give your crowning glory the royal treatment it deserves! Our Natural Intensive Hair Mask strengthens, moisturizes, and nourishes your hair with the added benefits of vitamin E and vitamin B-complex. It deeply penetrates the hair so that you can have gorgeous, shiny hair that radiates from the inside out!

Coat your hair with only nature’s best: avocado (with Omega-3) to restore moisture and elasticity, gugo bark to nourish and minimize hair loss, and finally,organic virgin coconut oil so you can have hair looking – and feeling – healthy, shiny and soft.

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This has a soft, thick, creamy consistency.

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Only 99.75php for 50g of product.

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Made from natural ingredients and proudly made in our country!

I use any of the hair mask depending on my mood. Once a week, I replace my conditioner with this. How do I use it? After shampooing, I squeeze out excess water from my hair. I scoop an ample amount of the HHN Hair Mask and rub it in my palm. I smooth it over my damp hair, comb it and wrap my hair in a shower cap. I rinse out completely after an hour or two or after I’m done playing with my daughter, reading her books, or doing chores at home.

The gentle, all-natural ingredients in this tub is very helpful in keeping my hair healthy and revitalized. This deep repairing treatment nourishes and moisturizes my hair from the roots to ends to tame frizz and prevent hair damage in the future. It does its job well in conditioning hair and adding shine. It makes my hair healthy, soft, smooth, shiny and manageable.  It strengthens my hair too, decreasing hair fall  and dandruff! The scent lingers on my hair until the next day!

No more bad hair days for me, thanks to HHN Natural Hair Mask!

To sum it up:

What I love about this:

(+) It is a product of Human Nature, a trusted brand!

(+) It has 2 variants to choose from – Jasmine and Rosemary.

(+) It revitalizes hair making it soft, healthy and manageable.

(+) It prevents hair fall and dandruff.

(+) I had no breakouts with this!

(+) The scent lasts even the next day.

(+) Fair enough for 99.75php(50g) and 299.75php (200g).

What I don’t love:

(-) none!

 
What hair treatments do you use? Have you tried this one from Human Nature? Comment below!
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8 Responses to “REVIEW: Human Nature Natural Hair Mask”

  1. Monique Brown February 12, 2013 at 3:07 pm #

    nice, thank you for the recommendation, I use another good one, it’s pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair mask which keeps the hair soft , shiny and healthy 😀

    • shengmarasigan February 11, 2015 at 2:16 pm #

      I want to try using Moroccan Argan Oil too! Thanks dear!

  2. Vitalyze Wrinkle REducer February 12, 2013 at 3:29 pm #

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  4. Anna Luisa June 8, 2014 at 1:43 pm #

    Sounds great! I’m actually thinking of trying this out. Thanks for the review!

    • shengmarasigan February 11, 2015 at 2:14 pm #

      Have you used this already? How was it? Thanks for dropping by!

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