Avon Naturals Papaya & Kiwi Yogurt Hair Mask Reviews
Product Type: Avon hair care products
Description:Brand: Avon / Conditioning Hair Mask / 125mL. / Type: Hair Mask / What it does: Nourishes / A delicious treat for your hair that nourishes and conditions to leave hair shiny and healthy / Apply to freshly shampooed hair, leave for five minutes and rinse ... more
Newest Review: ... some of this into your palm. I found that this went everywhere and I slapped some on my Hair and tried to work down the whole ... more
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Customer Avon Naturals Papaya & Kiwi Yogurt Hair Mask Reviews (8)
by - written on 17/01/08 (Very useful, 181 readings)
I don't normally buy Avon products as I don't have a rep near me, but when I saw my friend's catalogue and had a flick through a few of the products caught my eye. I used to buy a conditioning pot for my hair which used to smell gorgeous and do wonders for my hair. I haven't been able to find this same product on the website for ages so in the catalogue I found the nearest product to get similar results, or so I hoped. I chose the papaya and kiwi yogurt hair mask because it was on offer at 31.25 instead of £2.50 for a 125ml pot, and also the thought of papaya and kiwi sounded quite a nice combination for the aroma of the product. When I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 417 readings)
I straighten my hair regularly, and I worry about the effect the heat has on my hair. I use a hair mask or intensive conditioner once a week to give it a bit of a boost and to hopefully help counteract the drying effects caused by my straighteners. ~Packaging~ This comes in a small, round plastic pot, with screw top lid, and contains 125ml of product, which, if using once a week, I would say would last 4-5 weeks, more if you have shorter hair. As you can see by the picture provided, the pot is peach in colour, and quite nice to look at. ~Using it~ On opening the pot you will instantly notice the lovely fruity smell, which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
As you may have read in other hair care reviews, my hair takes a lot of hammer. I wash, dry and straighten it EVERY day. I also get it coloured regularly. Because of this, my hair does sometimes get a little dry, and I do try to treat it with an intensive conditioner at least once a week. I purchased Avon Naturals Papaya & Kiwi yogurt hair mask some time ago, but have just recently uncovered it amongst the huge collection of products I have accumulated. As with all Avon products I purchased, it was on offer at the time, although I cannot remember the exact price. Packaging This hair mask is packaged in a cylinder tub with a screw lid, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
This is yet another Avon item I was given by my cousin when she quit her Avon round, it's a hair mask that you're supposed to leave on for a few minutes to intensively condition your hair. When I saw it in the box I was dead happy because I get my hair bleached regular and it's starting to become proper dry so needs all the help it can get. If this is supposed to be a yogurt hair mask then it's based on the thinnest yogurt ever and I reckon Avon have just squirted a bit of conditioner into a small pot and called it a hair mask! It's hard to scoop out of the pot because it's so runny and I end up just slopping it all over the bath and all down the sides of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/08 (Very useful, 78 readings)
This product is a Papaya and Kiwi Yoghurt Hair Mask from the Avons Naturals range. It is now discontinued though that means that although it is no longer in the main brochure, you can pick it up cheaply at car boot sales, from auction sites or in Avon brochure sale suppliments because Avon sell off products like this quite cheaply when they discontinue them. This product claims to be a hair mask and I do feel that is a little bit misleading. It is more of a deep penetrating conditioner and if it was labelled as such, perhaps people wouldn't be as disappointed by it's thin consistency as they have been. That is the main reason this has now been discontinued ... Read the complete review
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