I’ve seen a lot of my favourite bloggers rave about Garnier’s Ultimate Blends Nourishing Hair Food masks. So, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
First things first, I picked up the banana and shea formula in Sainsburys‘ for, wait for it… £3.50! So affordable and SO good that I’m going to buy another two when I next do my food shop. I’ve tried ‘banana’ in my Body Shop shampoo and conditioner before and loved the results.
Bananas are great for your hair and scalp. They are known to improve manageability and shine of our hair. Bananas are rich in potassium, natural oils, carbohydrates and vitamins, which help soften our hair and protect their natural elasticity. Also, great for hair re-growth or so trusty google tells me.
This hair mask is perfect for dry or damaged hair. It’s not as good as Olaplex No.3 or Phillip Kingsley’s Elacistizer as they are more of a treatment for your hair. However it does a GREAT job at nourishing the hair just after leaving it on wet hair for 3 minutes.
My hair feels silky soft and de-tangled whenever I use it. It also makes my hair look incredibly shiny! A great drugstore hair mask that I now use twice a week.
It’s worth the hype and I’m going to try the other ‘flavours’. As well as their shampoo and conditioner as that’s on offer in Sainsburys’ too. Have you tried the Garnier Ultimate Blends Hair Food range?