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Bumble and Bumble Deeep Treatment Masque


Bumble and Bumble is one of 27 brands owned by the Estee Lauder Companies. Working at the CCO has allowed me to try a variety of hair products from this line at an affordable price. Bumble and Bumble is typically found in salons and select retailers. It is a high quality brand that has such a unique approach to hair care.

One of my absolute favorite products ever from Bumble and Bumble is the Deeep Treatment Masque. This product is "A once-a-week protein feast to repair, soften, smooth, revitalize, add shine and increase elasticity - a must for the chemically treated and undernourished." It is everything you need to repair your hair in one tube.

The masque comes in a tube in which the cap twists, exposing a hole through which you squeeze the product out of. It smells so rich and fruity. The masque is very thick but will not weigh down your hair at all.

I had blonde hair for almost 5 years; highlighting it every 2-3 months did some serious damage to it. I started using this treatment once a week as directed and the results amazed me. I had fewer split ends, my hair was shinier, and it looked and felt healthier. Overall it gave my hair a new life, it was so luscious and soft every time I used it. Even now that I have grown out my blonde hair and avoid putting heat on it as much as I can, I use this masque every other week because it is an amazing deep conditioner.

Whenever my hair starts to feel dry, dull or frizzy, this masque has helped it to recover.

I highly recommend using this deep conditioning masque if your hair is chemically treated, colored, or extremely damaged. Even if you do not color your hair but use heat on it, I would recommend this product.

TO USE: Apply a quarter size to damp hair. Start at the roots and work your way from the bottom up. I have learned that the most damaged part of your hair is at the ends. The hair at you scalp is the newest, therefor has the least amount of damage. I find that apply this masque to my roots does weigh my hair down a bit, and that is something you want to avoid. Start at the bottom and work your way up!

Retails for $25-30

Find it at:, Walmart, Target, Walgreens, and Cosmetic Company Stores

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