June 01, 2014

Review: Pure & Essential Minerals Argan Oil Hair Mask

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


I color my hair quite often, so my hair has a lot of damage, and isn't as beautiful as it once was. While I know there is no way to fix damaged hair aside from cutting it off, I do find that using some treatments on it helps it appear more healthy, and is also more manageable to style.

I have been using this in my hair routine for a week (used 3 times total), and now my hair feels and looks a bit better. Much more softer to the touch, and it has more volume. As far as shine, it's so-so. It's improved from my hair before, but no mind blowing results.

Using this mask is very simple. I wash my hair as normal and rinse. I wring out my hair so it's not dripping wet, and I take about a half dollar amount of the mask, and work it from my ends up. I have long hair, so you may adjust that amount depending on your hair length. The most important thing to remember is that a little of this goes a long way. When I first used it, I used way too much, but you live and learn. After I have worked it up to my roots, I pile my hair on top of my head and just hang out for 15 minutes while I let the mask do its thing. It isn't drippy or anything like that, it stays put on my hair. After 15 mins, I rinse it out, and let my hair air dry.

The mask smells alright, if you are familiar with argan oil, it has that sorta scent.

The problems I have with this are all about the container. First being that when the product was shipped to me, like so many other reviews, the jar lid had opened and I lost a very good amount of the mask. Second, the container is on the smaller size, so if you have long hair like mine, you will go through this in no time.

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.

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