|Hair After Using Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Hydration Mask|
Saturday, August 29, 2020
Review: Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Hydration Hair Mask #Soapbox #TeatreeSoothingHairMask
(product photo courtesy of www.soapboxsoapx.com)
12 fl.oz./354mL $17.99
To continue with my review of Soapbox products, I would like to discuss hair masks. Hair masks are a great way of reviving hair that has a lot of damage. If you have hair that has a lot of chemical damage and are looking to do some drastic conditioning, then a hair mask is a great way to do it. Left on for longer than a regular conditioner, a hair mask seals in oils and leaves hair feeling softer, silkier and more hydrated than conditioner alone.
Soapbox also gives back. The Soapbox Hope Code is a program whereby, when you purchase a Soapbox product and enter the code provided, a free bar of soap is sent locally or abroad to someone in need. Just enter the code provided on the product into the website and off one goes.
Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Hydration Hair Mask is a great way to calm and moisturize dry scalp and hair. With this soothing hydration mask you can unveil your healthiest hair look yet. Blended with the refreshing and purifying properties of tea tree oil, this mask will give your scalp and hair a breath of fresh air. Enjoy the cooling and refreshing sensation, calmness it provides all while replenishing your hair with much needed hydration.
How to use: After shampooing, massage hair mask into damp hair and scalp from root to tip. Leave in for 3-5 minutes. Then rinse completely. For best results pair with Soapbox Tea Tree Shampoo and Conditioner.
This mask not only relieves and soothes dry scalp itchiness (which I happen to suffer from) with tea tree and peppermint oils but it helps to provide much needed moisture to damaged hair with ingredients such as shea butter, aloe vera leaf juice, pyrus malus (apple) carpel powder and panthenol. All of these ingredients together provide extreme conditioning for hair. Shea butter is very hydrating and helps to make hair silky and soft. Aloe vera leaf juice provides soothing qualities to the scalp and hydrating qualities to the hair. Pyrus malus carpel powder is ground up apple peel and is very conditioning to the hair. Panthenol is a humectant, meaning it attracts moisture to the hair, so water will be brought into the hair and soaked into the cuticle itself. After using, I found my hair was soft, silky and full of bounce and my scalp less itchy and dry.
Soapbox Tea Tree Soothing Hydration Hair Mask retails for $17.99 and is available on www.soapboxsoaps.com. Like Soapbox on Facebook: https://facebook.com/soapboxsoaps; Follow Soapbox on Twitter: @soapboxsoaps; Follow Soapbox on Instagram: https://instagram.com/soapboxsoaps; Subscribe to Soapbox on YouTube: https://youtube.com/SOAPBOXSOAPS and Add Soapbox on Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/soapboxsoaps.
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