Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Beauty Notes: Fresh Line Erato Hair Mask

I’m new to the brand Fresh Line but apparently they have been around since 1992. Founded in Greek, the concept of the brand revolves around the Ancient Greek wisdom of botanic therapy and aromatherapy and uses secret family recipes which sounds intriguing to say the least. What I loved about the product was that all the products are handcrafted using fresh and organic ingredients. Remember how I gave my hair a detox about a year ago? Since then, I’ve only been using organic hair products and absolutely loving the texture of my hair. It’s gotten to the point where I don’t even need to condition my hair on a daily basis yet I do feel that sometimes, my hair needs to do a deep conditioning mask just to ensure that it doesn’t get too dry and out of hand.

In comes the Erato Hair Mask which is a repairing & moisturizing mask for damaged & dehydrated hair. While my hair is perfectly healthy, I figured it can’t hurt to give my hair some love right? The mask contains Rose, Sage, Comfrey, Olive oil, Calendula, Chamomile, Elfderflower, Aloe, Sun ower, Sandalwood, D-Panthenol and comes in the cutest jar. When you open up the jar, there’s a lovely scent and the texture of the mask is not too thick which sometimes annoys me (case in point, another hair mask that I tried which was a thick cream that confused me as I felt that I couldn’t get it evenly into my hair.)

I didn’t need to use too much of the mask, about a pearl size dollop and left it in for 20 minutes (sidenote, must remind self to pilfer some shower caps from next hotel stay, best way to leave product in without creating a mess), rinsed it with warm water and my hair felt noticeably softer. The mask is priced at around HK$230 which is quite reasonable for organic hair care.

Check it out at the below locations:

Kiosk ADM28, MTR Admiralty Station, Admiralty
Shop G018, G/F, World Trade Centre, Causeway Bay
Kiosk TST 11, MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Tsim Sha Tsui
Fresh Line, L2 BEAUTY AVENUE, Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mongkok
Hotline: (852) 3979 6900

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