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FAQ: What's the different between hair conditioner & hair mask?

If you always get confuse on hair conditioner and hair mask, we hope this article will help you have a better picture between hair conditioner and hair mask. Bear in mind, hair conditioner and hair mask are different from each other. 🙆🏻‍♀️

🤔 So what is hair mask?

Hair mask is treatment that are formulated with high concentration of hydrating ingredients like oils, butters and other nourishing ingredients, strengtheners and other do-gooders for hair.

🤔 How does the hair mask help?

Think of a hair mask as an at-home nourishing treat for your hair- just like how weekly face masking is a rejuvenation for your face. The highly moisturising ingredients in hair masks help bring in much-needed moisture and nourishment to your hair. In particular, hair masks are great for dry, heat-damaged, chemically-coloured, curly or even simply aging hair.

🤔 What's the different between hair conditioner & hair mask?

A hair conditioner is just that - it makes the hair strands soft and manageable (conditioned). A hair mask goes deeper than that, and also deep hydrates the hair strands, besides performing a conditioning job. A hair conditioner can be used everyday. However hair mask should be used once or twice per week.

The ideal frequency will depend on the current condition, type of your tresses and the brand you opt for. Given how rich masks tend to be, it will be a bit of an overkill to mask after every wash.

🤔 How to use a hair mask?

A hair mask should be applied to washed and towel-dried hair. Spread the mask evenly throughout your hair, piece by piece. Massage the product in from the roots to the tips then comb through your hair with your fingers. To optimise the mask’s effects, cover your head with a towel for at least 10 -15minutes. That way, the mask is in direct contact with your scalp so it can be absorbed more easily. Lather with cool water before rinsing gently.

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