Today’s review will be on Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Mask, which proved to be an awesomesauce hair mask for me!
So, this opportunity landed on my door when one fine day, while online browsing, I came through Wella Professionals hair care products. I was on the hunt for some shampoo and conditioner.
A skin and hair care expert once suggested using things from the same range, then only it will maximize the benefits. So, I tried their new range – Wella Professionals Elements. I got both the shampoo and mask from this range. And here follows the review of the conditioner – Wella Professional’s Element Renewing Mask.
About the Product:
Wella Elements Renewing Mask is a paraben-free repairing mask that intensively restores and preserves the hair’s natural inner structure and strength.
Ingredients: Water/Eau, Stearyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Chloride, Cetyl Alcohol, Silicone Quaternium- 25, Divinyldimethicone/Dimethicone Copolymer, Panthenol, Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Fragrance/ Parfum, Creatine, BIS-PEG-4 Dimethicone, Disodium EDTA, C12-13 Pareth-3, C12-13 Pareth-23, Lysine HCl, Histidine, Cysteine, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Fraxinus Excelsior Wood Extract.
How to Use?
Take out a pea-sized amount on your palm. Dilute it with water to get the desired consistency. Apply the mask at the ends of your hair. Let it sit for a good 5-7 minutes. Wash it off with water.
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Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Mask Review
The Wella elements renewing mask comes in tube packaging, just like the shampoo of this range. The tube is medium in size and is very easy to carry around. It has a white and green color which has the complete packaging details and product claims. The tube has a screw lid opening that needs to be twisted to get the product out. The screw lid is very much secured. So, you don’t need to worry about the mask oozing out in case of pressure applied.
The mask is a thick creamy white material. You need to dilute it thoroughly with water so that it easily gets spread on your hairs. You can use this mask in two different ways. One is as a conditioner. Shampoo your hair as usual with any one of the shampoo your choice. I shampooed it with the Wella shampoo from this range. Then turn your hair upside down, dilute a bit of mask with water, and apply it to your hair ends. Let it sit for some time. Wash off after 7-10 minutes with normal water.
Secondly, you can use it as a hair mask too. You need to take out a bit of mask and apply it to your entire hair covering both the scalp and the hair ends. Let it sit for a good 40-45 minutes and then wash off finally with water. You can or cannot shampoo – it is entirely your choice.
Once your hair is washed, you will notice under the shower only that your hair feels so soft and smooth to touch. There are no more tangles in the hair. Once the hair dried out and I allowed it to usually air dry itself. It felt so soft and smooth. My hair ends looked very healthy. I didn’t have a haircut for two months, and I witnessed that the split ends visibly got reduced with constant usage. I am simply in love with this mask.
And also, you use a minimal amount per usage. So, a single tube of the mask will last you pretty long. On my medium-length hair, it lasted easily for 2- 2.5 months. And the mask does not have any peculiar smell. So, sensitive noses need not worry. And the mask is perfect for taking care of your dry tresses. So, I feel it’s a must-buy for dry and normal hair types.
Pros of Wella Professional’s Element Renewing Mask:
- Travel-friendly packaging
- No bothersome smell
- Little product goes a long way
- Makes hair soft and lustrous
- Does not weigh down the hair
Cons of Wella Professional’s Element Renewing Mask:
- Availability can be an issue
My Rating – 5/5
Do I recommend Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Mask? Yes, absolutely.
Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Mask
I loved this hair mask. It took care of the dry hair issues without weighing down my hair. And this one is a multitasker – mask and conditioner. There are very few masks which do this dual task. And thumbs up for Wella elements renewing mask for doing this. I’d say it’s a must try for dehydrated, limp and damaged hair.