The Mid-Week Pamper Treat: Phyto Phytokeratine Extreme Exceptional Mask & Exceptional Cream review

Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Phyto Phytokeratine Extreme Exceptional Mask & Exceptional Cream review
Do you have dry, brittle and/or super damaged hair? If the answer's yes, then this week's Mid-Week Pamper Treat post is especially for you as it features two potentially holy grail products from the luxury haircare brand, Phyto.

As much as I enjoy lots of Autumn things like crunchy leaves on the ground, the appearance of new seasonal hot drinks and cosy wooly jumpers, I absolutely do not love the weather. All that rain, cold winds, plummeting temperatures and endless grey skies? Hell no! But do you know what hates autumn weather more than I do? My hair. Yep, my hair turns into a great big frizzy mess and I end up damaging it even more than usual by blow-drying and straightening the life out of it in an attempt to style it.

So this time of the year is when I reach for any haircare product that promises to help me out, but sadly many just don't cut the mustard. Luckily I've discovered two miracle workers from Phyto's Phytokeratine Extreme range that do.
Phyto Phytokeratine Extreme Exceptional Mask & Exceptional Cream review
Phyto Phytokeratine Extreme Exceptional Mask* (200ml, £36, link)
I'm new to Phyto, but I've heard a lot of raves about the brand and I know that it's loved by supermodels, actresses and celebrities the world over, so with this in mind my expectations were very, very high. To add to my expectations, this mask makes quite a bold claim calling itself 'exceptional' and its matching price tag is a little eye-watering.  So is it worth it?

Unfortunately for my bank account, this hair mask is the bomb-dot-com. If I had to place it in my top ten hair mask treatments that I have ever tried (and I have used a lot!), it would probably rank in at a very respectable 3 or 4. It's that good. It uses its rich 95% natural botanical based Phytokeratine formula to deeply repair and nourish, leaving my hair silky soft, super shiny and was much more bouncier and volumised than it originally was. With regards to its ability to 'repair' my damaged hair, well I am always dubious about that, but I can say that it smoothes down any split ends so my hair appeared to look healthier. After using it once a week for the past month, my hair does feel a little more stronger and less prone to breakage so I'm very happy with the results so far.

Phyto Phytokeratine Exceptional Cream* (100ml, £26.50, link)
This is an excellent multi-tasking leave in conditioner that doubles up as a heat protector as well. Like the mask, it's 95% natural and features Sapote Butter and Baobab Oil to transform even the driest hair into strands that are silky soft and more manageable. The packaging is made of luxurious feeling weighty glass and the pump dispenses a little at a time which is perfect as you only need to use a tiny amount per application.

You can use it on both dry and towel-dried hair, and I've used it both ways with great results. If you add a little of this to freshly washed, towel-dried hair before you blow-dry or straighten, you'll find that it really helps to detangle it whilst also adding lots of shine and eradicating frizz. I love it!

Do you use anything from Phyto?

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