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Coconut Oil Hair Mask – Hola Coco

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We all love a good hair mask, don’t we? Our hair is fighting its way through each day, being affected by all the elements we face, as well as the bleaching or dying and this can take its toll on our luscious locks! Now we all probably know how marvellous coconut oil is for your hair and there are many coconut oil hair masks you can make at home… but let’s face it, who has the time to do that every week! I sure don’t, and we all love things to be quick and easy, especially when it comes to our beauty regime! So let me introduce you to Hola Coco – coconut oil hair mask.

Hola Coco has to be one of the largest tubs of hair mask I have ever seen! It’s huge! 500ml of coconut oil goodness for £29.99. Now, you may be thinking that is quite expensive but this will seriously last a long time! I have been using it for a couple of months now and I have hardly made a dent in it, I haven’t been scrimping on it either. I have been using it about once a week as well. This will be one of the best £30 you have spent. For the price of a meal, you can treat your hair to luscious softness for months!

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The main ingredient in this coconut oil hair mask is as you would expect, coconut oil. It also contains shea butter. Coconut oil is fantastic for your hair as it stimulates hair growth by going deep into the hair follicles and helps to prevent hair breakage and split ends. It is also great for dandruff as it moisturises your scalp and keeps it in a good condition. Coconut oil will also add shine and softness to your hair, giving you that perfect goddess look. This is also suitable for all hair types! Here is a list of the ingredients:

Coconut Oil, Coconut Extract, Shea Butter Extract, Aqua, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Silicone, Docosyltrimethylammonium Chloride, Disodium EDTA, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Fragrance.

To use the mask you simply shampoo your hair, towel dry and then apply the coconut oil mask from roots to tips, focusing on any dry ends. You leave the mask on for 15-20 minutes, but you can leave it on longer if you desire, even over night. Then rinse hair well and style as usual. I have been cheating a little and sometimes I haven’t been towel drying my hair, I just apply while I’m in the shower, continue my washing routine and then rinse off at the end. Even with doing this, I have still got great results and my hair still feels silky soft afterwards. So just use the hair mask, what ever way suits you.

I love the fact that Hola Coco coconut oil hair mask is cruelty-free as they are strongly against animal cruelty. They also ship globally! How perfect is that! If you want to help support a smaller business who don’t test on animals, then I would highly recommend giving Hola Coco a try. Their packaging isn’t high end, but it is in a substantial plastic tub and I find it really easy to use in the shower. The focus isn’t on the packaging, it is on the mask itself and I do love their logo and style.

I would love them to bring out more products, as at the moment it is just the coconut oil hair mask, which you can get in 500ml or you can try a sample pot first, 35ml £4.50. That is great if you are unsure if you want to splurge on the full sized item without trying it first. I would love to see maybe a shampoo and conditioner or even a body moisturiser. I will definitely be keeping my eye out, just in case. I am so happy I got to try their hair mask out, I wasn’t sure what to expect at first but if your hair is in need of a ‘pick-me-up’ it’s fantastic.

Have you ever tried your own DIY coconut oil hair mask? I’d love to hear what you have tried, let me know in the comments below.

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