“ Brand: Pantenne / Subcategory: Treatment / Type: Hair Mask / Subcategory: Hair Treatment „
I boguht this product just before christmas i think. Thinking back now, im not entirely sure why I bought it, I think it was the fact that it was in a flat tub, and i have noticed in the past a few deep conditioners are in little tub. Im also baffled as to were i got it from, I thoguht it was the poundshop, as i normally always try and look for a bargain. It just came flooding back to me, it was from my local friday market. It was £1.50 if my memory serves me right.
Ok back to the product, i aplogise for my rambling ...
Time Renewal Replenishing Mask"<i>Next generation formula intensively quenches parched hair and fights signs of damage, leaving hair supple and looking beautifully restored.</i> I think this product is designed to act as a deep conditions as the instructions reccomend you leave the product on for 3-5 minutes.
★ <b>The Product</b>
It's a 150ml size tub, if you have ever seen a similar product from the brand TRESemme, then you will know that their deep conditioner tubs are really big, were as this Pantene version is a really nice handy size i think. The tub once opened lasts 12 months. When you unscrew the lid you have a jam-packed full tub of thick white shiny product. You simply scoop some out and apply it to your hair. I think I have used this stuff twice and it has barely scraped the surface. I left this on for as long as I could, I made sure it was the last thing i rinsed off.
It really does work, its a nice product. It smells gorgous, althoguh there is not distintive smell such as fruits for example, the smell is lovely. Im sat here smelling it now, and it really does make me want to eat it ... (I managed to resist, but still it smells lovely). As I was blowdrying my hair I thought it was nice and silky smooth, as the tub promised. Now Im sure with every deep conditioner you would get the same result. I am really likeing <u>Pantene</u> as a brand now and will continue to aim to use this product at least once a week as an intense hair mask.
★<b> Would I buy it again?</B>
Yes, because its a lovely product. However if I was to see another well established brand with a similar product at a cheap price or on offer then I would proberbly buy that and try it. However I know that this product does leave my hair in lovely condition.
★ Hope it helped
I'm not one for using lots of styling products, I don't use hair straighteners or curling devices and the only bit of heat I put near my hair is a medium setting on the hairdryer. I haven't dyed it for a few years and I usually wash it, dry it then spray a tiny amount of hairspray at the front to hold it off my face and I'm good to go. I do however have alot of static in my hair and find this very annoying. It's a family thing, my Dad has the same trouble and we're both prone to giving and receiving shocks due to this problem.
My hair is down to about the middle of my shoulder blades and occasionally gets a bit dry around the ends. A couple of months ago with some dryness and alot of flyaway hair to contend with I popped into our local Boyes to see what deep conditioners they had on offer. This Pantene Time Renewal Replenishing Mask was one of the few they had so at £1.19 for a 150ml tub I decided to buy it. I've since looked elsewhere and it usually retails at nearly £4 so I got a real bargain there!
The tub is round and fairly flat, a label on top tells us the name of the product and on the side it claims to "help fight signs of damage by restoring hair's sheen and silky feel" and claims to restore moisture to fatigued hair. Now I wouldn't say my hair is fatigued but it did feel in need of a boost!
The lid unscrews which isn't terribly practical when you have dripping hair and wet hands but as it's not a daily use product it didn't worry me too much. The conditioner smells slightly fruity with the underlying fresh smell of Pantene which isn't too bad. It is white in colour and like a thick, set cream.
It doesn't say how often you should use this mask so I just use it a couple of times a week if my hair needs it and less if it doesn't. The directions for use are to wash hair then apply this all over and leave for 3-5 minutes before rinsing well.
I tried this the same day I bought it and found the 3-5 minute wait a bit tedious! My hair was dripping all over the place and I ended up standing over the sink and counting in my head how long I'd been there. It rinses off easily, it feels a bit like it's left a coating of an oily substance on the hair even after rinsing.
After I dried my hair I found I had no static whatsoever which is a great result for me. I didn't think it "quenched" the dry bits of my hair particularly well so if you only wanted it for dry hair I don't think you'd be especially pleased with it. My hair stayed electric shock free for the remainder of the evening but by the next day I had flyaway bits again.
So the question is would I buy it again? Probably not. I will use it a couple of times a week until it has gone but to be perfectly honest I think I can achieve a better result with the old fashioned method of applying any conditioner and wrapping my hair in a warm towel for a few minutes before rinsing.
On the plus side it smells ok, is easy to use, can be bought for next to nothing in the right shop and does get rid of static for a night. On the down side it doesn't moisturise hair especially well, it's fiddly to open the tub and only reduces static for a very short period of time. You decide!