L’oreal Professionnel Absolut Repair Cellular Masque Review

Make Your Dry, Frizzy, Damaged Hair Look Young and Healthy Again

Have you spent the last several years hiding those pesky gray hairs with chemical colors? Maybe your hair’s just dry and frizzy from years of being dried, curled, straightened, and otherwise tortured into gorgeousness.

Regardless of why your hair is frazzled, wouldn’t it be awesome to find a product that would make it healthy and strong again?

L’oreal claims to have a product available from salon professionals that will restore your youthful bounce and shine. We’re going to dig into what’s in Absolut Repair Cellular Masque and see if it’s worth the money that you’ll pay.

What DoThey Claim?

L’oreal claims that the hallmark of healthy hair is strong, intact cell structures and ionic bonds. Unfortunately, in dry, sensitized hair, the cortex cells in the hairshaft are disconnected. That causes the internal structure of your hair to weaken and become dry, dull, and frizzy.

To repair this damage, they use their patented InCell and Lactic Acid Technologies to “reach to the heart of the hair fiber to repair broken bods while simultaneously working at the surface of the hair to smooth the cuticle for a shiny, glossy finish”.

Wow, as a woman who just had her hair fried by an incompetent stylist, this is great news indeed. Now let’s take a closer look at what’s in it to see if it’s worth it’s relatively hefty price tag.

What’s In It?

This part’s a little unclear – L’oreal doesn’t publish ingredients on their website and nobody else seems willing to share the info either. There’s definitely lactic acid in the product but the magic ingredients that supposedly make your hair wonderful again aren’t disclosed, nor are they available anywhere else. Users do say that there are no sulfates listed.

I will add a quick note here that an old wives treatment for split ends is milk, and often those tales are based in some sort of fact or simple success from trial and error. Milk contains lactic acid, the same active ingredient in this product.

What Are People Saying?

People overwhelmingly love this product and say that it works. There are a few that say that it doesn’t work any better than Kolesterol, which is cheaper, and a handful of people say that it didn’t work at all.

The majority who loved it say that they saw some results after the first use, and after a week, hair was like new. They report that it’s soft, silky, and smooth with no sign of frizz or dullness. Everyone who had positive results started out with really dry, damaged hair so maybe that was the factor. The product is, after all, made to treat frizzy, fried hair so if your hair is already healthy, it probably won’t do much good.

Final Word

I don’t generally endorse a product without picking it apart ingredient by ingredient and this one isn’t going to be the exception. I will, however, tell you that because of the amazing user reviews, L’oreal’s Absolut Repair Cellular with Lactic Acid Masque is worth checking out for yourself.

I know that I’m going to go check it out, and if I use it, I’ll let you all know how it works. If you try it, or if you’ve used it in the past, please tell us what you thought of the product in the comments section below.

Click here if you want to find a much better deal on L’oreal’s Professionnel Absolut Repair Cellular Masque than you’ll be able to get at a salon.

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