Hey guys! Today I come to you with another short review – this time it will be Wax Rainforest, a mask for damaged hair .
I got this cosmetic at a very good price in an online pharmacy during Black Friday, i.e. without shipping costs. It seems it is no longer available for regular sale. I was tempted because the usual Wax mask with henna extract did wonders on my hair, and this one had an equally interesting composition and was very cheap, so it’s worth trying. This one has the same great performance for a small price. This is one of my favorite products for long hair. I like that the producer mentioned massaging the mask into the hair and a warm compress. Unfortunately, he didn’t remember to keep the PEH balance anymore, so I didn’t use the mask as a treatment, like every wash. I used it once a month, alternating with other conditioners and masks as part of conscious care. If you found this cosmetic interesting, I invite you to read the rest of the review.
The mask contains natural plant ingredients from the Amazon forests. Brazil nut extract prevents excessive loss of moisture through the hair, thanks to the content of vitamins A and E and phytosterols, it also has regenerative properties. Quinoa milk, rich in proteins, fatty acids and carbohydrates, moisturizes, regenerates and increases the strength of the hair. Hair Spa composition moisturizes and soothes the scalp ailments such as dryness, itching, dandruff, irritation. Conditioning additives provide softness to the hair, better styling and detangling.
Recommended for the regeneration of hair and scalp, counteracting scalp ailments such as itching or dandruff, for easier combing and styling the hair .
On washed and dried hair, evenly apply an appropriate amount of the mask, massage thoroughly into the skin and hair. Leave for 15-30 minutes. The best effect is achieved by providing the hair with a warm compress. Then rinse with warm water. Repeat the application every 3-5 days until you see a visible improvement. Use prophylactically at least once a week.
Aqua, Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride, Cetrimonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Bertholletia Excelsa, Amodimethicone, C11-15 Pareth-7, Laureth-9, Glycerin, Trideceth-12, Chenopodium Quinoa Oil, Glyceryl Stearate, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin -Lacticol-Xylitol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ceteareth 20, Panthenol, DMDM Hydantoin Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Fragrances (D-Limonene Dipentene)
Capacity: 250 ml
Price: PLN 10-15
My opinion about Wax Rainforest:
We buy the mask in a white, plastic jar with a lid, which is typical for the entire series, it also reminds me of the old Biovax masks. Everything was well taped and secured and there were extensive instructions on the cardboard packaging. I bought the mask at a pharmacy on sale, it seems that it is no longer available for regular sale. I was tempted because the usual Wax mask with henna extract did wonders on my hair, and this one had an equally interesting composition and was very cheap, so it’s worth trying.
I like that the producer mentioned massaging the mask into the hair and a warm compress. Unfortunately, he didn’t remember to keep the PEH balance anymore, so I didn’t use the mask as a treatment, like every wash. I used it once a month, alternating with other conditioners and masks as part of conscious care.
Related: Ziaja, Hair Mask Intensive Color, castor oil
The Wax mask is white in color and thick in texture, but sometimes I felt tiny lumps in it. The date of use is still far away, so they must be some extracts. The fragrance is very delicate, sweet and pleasant. For one wear I do not get enough of it, it is very compact and lasted for a very long time. I use a warm compress and a cap for about 20 minutes. Despite the manufacturer’s recommendations, I do not touch the scalp with it, because it would have to be washed off the silicone, although it is still light. After washing, the hair is very soft! Shiny, light, wavy. I really like this smoothing and softness effect, so I eagerly reach for this mask even for great exits. Sometimes I enrich it with keratin or extracts. Does it help with damaged hair or dry ends? It certainly helped a little, but along with all the complex care. I certainly do not regret the purchase and I am slowly finishing it off in the denko 20 project in 2020. I am curious how it would actually work as a treatment for someone’s very damaged hair. I think it has a good chance of working well.
If you still find it somewhere, I heartily recommend it. This and her sister, the unfortunate Wax with henna.
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