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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Naturally Happy Hair | Garnier Fructis Hair Treat 1 Minute Hair Masks

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Remember when I said it was the season of hair products? I'm pretty sure I did... Anyway, we've got more hair care to chat about in the form of the cute little Garnier Fructis Hair Treat 1 Minute Masks. Okay, that's a lot of name for a little product, but these conditioning wonders do make for a nice hair pick-me-up.


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Garnier calls these little guys 3-in-one masks which is technically true, but really it's a multi-use conditioner. I think most of use leave our conditioner one for at least a minute anyway, don't we? As you've likely figured out, these can be applied post-shampoo as a conditioner, as a quick hair mask and as a leave in treatment. I was skeptical of that last one, especially since I have a thinner hair texture that is easily weighed down, but a little bit on dry ends does give hair extra hydration and smoothness while taming frizz.


garnier fructis hair treat 1 minute masks (2)

The formula is impressive for a drugstore brand, as these are 98% naturally derived, 94% biodegradable, 100% vegan and free of silicones and parabens. The range currently has five foodie-based varieties / scents, with each catering to a different hair concern:

  • Nourishing Treat with Coconut Extract: works to soften and smooth for manageable hair
  • Colour Vibrancy Treat with Goji Extract: for soft, smooth hair and vibrant colour
  • Repairing Treat with Papya Extract: with added hydration to help repair damaged hair
  • Strengthening Treat with Banana Extract: weak, delicate hair is softened and strengthened
  • Smoothing Treat with Avocado Extract: for sleek, smooth and frizz-free hair

Overall, I love these! They're nicely hydrating, are quick to use, and smell great. Okay, I'm not the biggest fan of the banana one (I hate bananas) but the scent isn't overpowering. That said, if you're sensitive to scents, none of these are strong, but avocado is the lightest and best for delicate noses. I am extremely pleased to find an inexpensive, silicone-free conditioner as I often mix my hair dye with a mask to dilute it for touch-ups and these work perfectly. I get a colour boost, and super silky, hydrated hair in one go. Plus, the little pots fit in the shower nicely. If you're a product lover, shower real estate is usually a little sparse. What do you think? Could your hair use a little extra conditioning? Which scent/type would you try?




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