Hair masks - there are not many. And taking into account the fact that I wash my head every day (with rare exceptions), then they are consumed very quickly. Apparently, therefore, in one of my last orders in joint purchases there were already three of them. And three other hair products. And all fail. And this mask from FitoKosmetik is also a failure, unfortunately. Let's do it in order.
For OM and users who notice that PhytoKosmetik sends for review, but I don’t have a dice:
More than half of my cosmetics I buy in a joint purchasing group in a well-known social network. Checks there, of course, do not give out. Nevertheless, if someone still tormented by doubts about my account, my words can be checked. I’ll send a link to the site in PM, there, in discussions, the organizer posts the lists of ordered goods and an invoice. And participants attach screenshots of receipts for payment.
If you look at my reviews, then 99% of the goods without attached receipts were bought in this way. Of various PhytoCosmetic products, I now have a whole box. All this was bought "for their own", and if desired, I will write reviews. And I’ll not put the die “just in case” so as not to hurt anyone here.
The Proff Coal series is relatively new. And in addition to coal in the composition, its distinctive feature is doy-pack packaging.
By consistency, the mask is of medium density: the spoon will not stand in it, but it does not run away through fingers either.
I noticed that useful extracts and oils are at the very beginning of the list of ingredients. That is why I was tuned into a positive impression of the FitoKosmetik mask.
Carbon hair mask "Intensive recovery" with the effect of biolamination restores the structure of the hair from the inside, securely sealing the ends and preventing cross-section. Natural coconut oil nourishes the hair and scalp with valuable trace elements and essential fatty acids, gives the hair a healthy glow.
Bamboo activated charcoal neutralizes toxins and impurities, reduces the activity of sebaceous glands and gives the hair freshness. Saturated rice cream moisturizes and protects the hair from external factors, actively combating brittleness and dryness of tired hair.
The rich composition of argan oil activates the rejuvenation processes in the hair follicles and saturates the scalp with essential fatty acids. Result: the hair becomes smooth and shiny like after a salon biolamination procedure!
As you can see, the manufacturer did not stint on promises. I, in turn, understand that this is a very budget product in front of me and waiting for miracles from it is stupid. All I counted on is enhanced care at the tips and a more or less smooth canvas in length. Well, of course I also want to shine. But that would be great to see as a bonus to the first two points.
Distribute a small amount of the mask along the entire length of clean, wet hair, paying particular attention to the tips, rinse with water after 3-5 minutes.
Judging by the recommendations and promises, the manufacturer considers his mask to be universal - it should fit both the roots and tips. M I don’t understand this. Well, okay, when the mask is aimed at the volume: perhaps it will work equally well both from above and from below. But if we are talking about intensive restoration of the tips, is it not hard for the roots? Once checked - did not like it.
Consumption is likely to depend on whether you like the effect. In principle, I do not save masks, I apply more on clean, slightly wrung out towel hair. If the hair likes the mask, then I use it often, and it ends quickly. If we do not understand each other, then it can become moldy over time.
MY IMPRESSIONS FROM USE.
Negative impressions in short.
💔 Positive effect on hair length - not noticed .
💔 Care for tips - not noticed.
💔 Well, at least some positive effect on the hair - but no!
+/- When applying the mask to the roots, I was also very disappointed: the weighting is serious , the appearance of the hair at the roots is as if I didn’t wash my hair. But it did not cause dandruff or itching .
Briefly summarize the pros and cons of the Intensive Recovery mask from PhytoCosmetic:
+ interesting convenient packaging
+ reasonable price
+ excellent composition
+ did not provoke dandruff or itching
- aggressive aroma
- gives hair neither nutrition nor hydration
- no promised tip care
- does not pacify length
- hair is too light
I didn’t like the “Intensive Recovery” mask from PhytoCosmetic: it didn’t help my hair in any way - neither visually nor tactile they became better than they were before the mask. I understand perfectly well that waiting for an amazing departure from such a budgetary tool is stupid. I'm not waiting. I just know from my own experience that this brand also has products that fit my hair perfectly and I repeat the purchase over and over again.
And in the Proff Coal series, I already tried two masks, and both without enthusiasm. These are not the most terrible instances in my life, so the deuce to put a hand does not rise. But in my opinion, all they are good for is to smooth out the effect of a failed shampoo, for example. Hair will be a little less terrible.