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The Best Natural Hair Masks to Moisturise Your Hair

Natural Hair Masks
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Between the central heating, cold weather, and heat-styling, your hair deals with lots of stress during the Winter. When your normal conditioner just isn’t cutting it, consider investing in rich moisturising natural hair mask. Thanks to the concentrated dose of nutrients, you’ll be able to nurse tired strands back to shine in no time. But masks shouldn’t just be considered a quick fix. Regular use will keep your hair in healthy condition and help fortify it, so it can resist environmental damage. Most masks only require to be left in for up to 20 minutes but for an ultra-intensive healing treatment, leave in overnight.


Dry & Damaged Hair

Give your hair a spa-worthy treatment thanks to the nutrient-rich, deep conditioning natural hair masks from John Masters Organics. Essential fatty acids from apricot kernel oil, hydrolysed wheat protein, and soothing rose water work together in the John Masters Hair Mask to replenish lost moisture, stimulate the scalp and leave hair feeling soft and shiny. Made in New York City, Rahua Haircare use ingredients sourced from the Amazon to produce their ethical, all-natural hair masks to strengthen and transform hair. You don’t have to have colour treated hair to benefit from the Rahua Color Full Mask. It is as good at moisturising and heat protecting as it is at extending hair colour vibrancy.

Split Ends

While all the natural hair masks mentioned can be used on you complete head of hair, some are also great used as targeted treatments for issues like split ends. Apply these masks though the ends of the hair and leave in overnight. The Rahua Haircare Omega 9 Hair Mask harnesses all the powers of the Amazonian ingredient Rahua nut oil. It is full of essential omega fatty acids and penetrates thirsty hair to restore strands back to health. Damaged hair is fortified, leaving it soft and shiny in as little as 15 minutes.  If your hair is feeling brittle, the solution may be the super intensive John Masters Honey and Hibiscus Reconstructor. Soy, rice and oat proteins work to reconstruct and strengthen hair along with linolenic and hyaluronic acids – which are found naturally in more youthful locks. Honey and hibiscus extracts nourish and moisturise, leaving your hair silky smooth.

Curly Hair

Bouclème are the curly hair experts and the Bouclème Intensive Moisture Treatment is a nutrient rich and deeply nourishing conditioning treatment just for you curly-haired ladies. It restores hydration, strength and shine, revitalising dry and damaged hair whilst improving curl definition and elasticity. This powerful and rejuvenating treatment is formulated with a host of high performing active ingredients. Mafura Butter prevents breakage. Prickly Pear Seed Oil to soften hair. Penetrative Camellia Oil to reduce tangling and infuse hair with vitamins A,B,C and E

Hair Oils

It’s not just thick, coarse hair that can benefit from oil, fine and easily-greasy locks can reap the rewards too. Oils can give your hair a bit of extra love when it needs it most and leave you with well-nourished hair. Nut oils tend to be the most intensive and macadamia – as used in Sister and Co. Raw Coconut Drink for Hair – is one of the richest available. Use it on dry or damaged hair as a weekly mask, or as first aid after heavy heat styling sessions. Each ingredient in the Alchemy Oils has been carefully selected for their ability to stimulate hair growth, treat hair loss and promote longer, stronger hair as well as soften hair and add shine making it smoother and more manageable – try them as a hair mask.


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