Hope you're all well and having a good week so far! Today's post is going to be a quick review of the Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Topical-Riche Masque which I recently picked up in Boots. This product is a weekly conditioning treatment for dry hair. If your hair is fine or oily, this product may not be for you. However if you have dry hair like me, read on.
After you've washed your hair, you leave the Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Topical-Riche Masque on for about 7 minutes before rinsing it off. If your hair is especially dry you can even leave this mask on overnight. This product contains mango and shea butters, coconut and avocado oils as well as botanical extracts. Now you would think that ingredients like this would make your hair a greasy mess, but you couldn't be more wrong! The Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Topical-Riche Masque leaves my hair feeling really soft and looking nice and glossy. The texture of this product is light, yet creamy, making it a pleasure to apply. I usually keep this on for about 10 minutes before I rinse it off. As it doesn't feel heavy or sticky on my hair so I could easily keep it on for longer. The only reason I don't is because it's winter at the moment and I don't fancy sitting around with wet hair for too long haha!
What made me chose this hair mask over some of the others in the Bumble and Bumble range is the smell. As the name suggests, the Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Topical-Riche Masque has an amazing coconut scent which reminds me of being on holiday. This mask will set you back £22.50 for 150ml. Now I know that that's quite a lot of money to pay for a hair mask, but I've recently started getting into high end hair care and I think it's worth the money because the condition of my hair has improved quite a lot since I've started using more expensive hair care. I have less split ends and my hair finally seems to be growing! This is obviously great news for my hair, but sad news for my bank balance as I am pretty sure I will be investing in a lot more Bumble products in the future.
Have you tried any Bumble and Bumble products? Which ones do you recommend?
I hope you've enjoyed this post and thanks for reading!