In one of my BeautyFix deliveries, I received a hair mask. I kind of tossed it aside and forgot about it (EEK!) until this past weekend when I had my highlights done. Then I kind of needed it because after the first wash, the lovely blow out that NuBest does is gone and the shiny strands show the wear and tear of my beloved bleach.
So into my stash I went and I found Intelligent Beauty Labs Rescue Rapid Repair Hair Mask. OUCH. That is a mouthful. I don’t even know who Intelligent Beauty Labs is… and their website simply says ‘coming soon’. Dermstore.com gives a brief descriptor that tells me the brand is about smart beauty but it doesn’t tell me who is behind the brand.
At that point, I decided to just use the hair mask despite not knowing anything about the brand (very unlike me). The hair mask is in a tube and is THICK. Thicker than any hair mask I have ever tried before save for maybe Fekkai’s Shea Butter. It’s so thick, you have to really try to get it out of the tube. I was a tad annoyed by that because if a hair mask is that thick, it belongs in a tub but not a tube.
Any sense of disturbance I had was gone after I rinsed it from my hair. Smooth is an understatement. My hair was silk. It was a transformation. Shiny, silky and completely smooth. It was magic in all of the 10 minutes I left it on my head!
The bad news here is the price. $45 for a 6 fl. oz. tube. It’s pretty expensive and if I hadn’t received it from Beautyfix, I would not have paid that much for a brand that I can’t even find information about.
If you’re interested, you can purchase the Hair Mask here (the whole name is a mouthful isn’t it?). Every single review – and there are 22 of them – is a stellar, rave review… the mask is pretty amazing… just wish the price was!