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L’Occitane’s Aromachologie Repairing Mask Helps Keep Frizzy Hair At Bay

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By Sheila Arkee

I don’t know about you, but I have a love/loathe relationship with Fall. On one hand, it’s really one of my favorite times of the year — Fall is the season for harvests, pumpkin-flavored everything, endless supplies of candy, and in my case, it’s also the time of year when my skin, hair, and nails go dry and I am entirely frizzy, flaky, and peeling. As much as I love the harvest/pumpkins/candy situation, it’s scary times in my beauty world, folks!

Although my hair has evolved past this look I sported in my high school senior pictures …

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… this is exactly how it seems my hair looks and feels during this season. Big! Dry! Out of control!

l'occitane aromachologie repairing hair mask

If I could leap backwards in time I would present my younger self with nourishing hair care products, such as L’Occitane’s Aromachologie Repairing Mask. This hair mask is one of my  new favorite things, and my hair is ever so thankful it has been treated to this repairing, stimulating, and regenerating wonder that smells like a little slice of heaven.

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This shea butter-based mask is enriched with a natural complex of 5 essential oils – Angelica, Lavender, Geranium, Ylang-Ylang, and Patchouli, with sunflower and wheat oil to add extra nourishment. After using this mask 2 times a week, my hair feels a lot better and I still have defined curls after two days of not washing. This mask arrived at the perfect time to renew my curls and is here to stay in my arsenal of hair care products.

My Final Thoughts: Pricey, but splurge worthy, the L’Occitane Aromochologie Repairing Mask has helped take my hair from frizz to fantastic, and I’m exceedingly pleased with the results. FYI, I find the fragrance is perfect without being overwhelming.

Rating: A

Price: $32 (6.7 oz)

Availability: You can purchase this at L’Occitane stores and at usa.loccitane.com.

Cruelty-free? No

Paraben-free? Yes

Gluten-free? No, contains Tocopherol.

  • http://www.slashedbeauty.com Miranda

    I would suggest trying the Parnevu Hair Mayonnaise and seeing how the two compare. Parnevu’s is only $7 and has helped my hair a lot but I’ve been curious about this one as well!

  • http://www.Phyrra.net Phyrra

    There’s always the Bosley Healthy Hair Strengthening Masque or Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Maskphy

  • http://makeupbykim-porter.com/blog Kim Porter

    I’ve tried the Parnevu hair mask it was just okay to me. I love L’Occitane products, I’m curious to see how it will work for me.

  • Lisa at Cosmetic Sanctuary

    I will always splurge when it comes to my hair!

  • http://www.icynails.blogspot.com/ Erika

    Looks nice but it’s way too expensive for me. I’m glad that your hair loves it, tho. :)

  • http://blog.mycosmeticbag.com/ Chrissy

    I have to periodically deep condition and use a repairing mask on my hair, year round- not just in the fall. I love Moroccan Oil Restorative Hair Mask – it smells delightful and gives my hair the pick-me-up it always seems to need.

  • http://jannatul12.blogspot.com Jannatul

    this looks yummy too :p