Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment for Dry and Damaged Hair | Review

In today’s world of hair dryers, styling tools, and pollution, a majority of us suffer from dry and damaged hair. The Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment for Dry and Damaged Hair is yet another product that I tried to salvage my severely damaged and too-frequently-heat-styled hair. Read on to find out if this product worked for me or not.

Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment for Dry and Damaged Hair | Review

This hair mask comes in an orange plastic packaging that contains 150ml of product. The product inside is a semi-thick white cream with a pleasant scent. You are supposed to apply this mask on your wet shampooed hair and rinse it off after 5 minutes. What I like about this product is that a little product is all you need to cover your hair and that the product needs to be left on only for 5 minutes (yes, I am impatient like that).

Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment for Dry and Damaged Hair | Review

This product helps in detangling any stubborn knots in the hair, and leaves the hair smoother, softer and frizz-free. It also hydrates the hair really well, but you have to be careful not to apply it to the roots because it may make them slightly greasy. The formula does contain silicones, so please check the ingredients if you are particular about your haircare formulas.

Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment for Dry and Damaged Hair | Review

Priced at INR 600, this hair treatment is fairly priced and works well at providing some much-needed nourishment to dry and damaged hair. While I might not purchase another tub, I will definitely be finishing up this one and with pleasure!

Click here to buy the Wella Enrich Moisturizing Treatment.

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