The “Masque Elixir Ultime” by Kérastase Paris is packaged in a sturdy opaque plastic tub that has a golden screw-on cap. Read More
The “Masque Elixir Ultime” by Kérastase Paris is packaged in a sturdy opaque plastic tub that has a golden screw-on cap. The tub has the brand and product information inscribed on it in black.
This product is designed specifically for dull hair that needs revitalizing.
The masque has a rich vanilla and coconut scent.
This product has a buttery consistency and rich texture.
It is recommended to use this mask after having washed and towel-dried the hair. Apply a penny-size amount of the product on the lengths and ends of the hair. Leave-in for 5 minutes and then rinse with cool to cold water ensuring that no product is left in the hair.
The “Masque Elixir Ultime” by Kérastase revived and restored the hair after the first application. We found that the product nourished the hair fibers deeply without weighing the hair down. The mask also added an extra layer of shine to the hair.
After several uses, we found that the “Masque Elixir Ultime” revived and renewed the natural strength of the hair. The product deeply nourished the hair and restored its healthy look and fixed split ends. The mask also reduced hair breakage because of the oils that permeate the fiber of the hair. We also felt that the hair looked bouncier and had a nice natural silky feel.
For optimal results, we would recommend using this product as a hair treatment over a period of time.
The “Masque Elixir Ultime” by Kérastase retails at $47.3/200mL which is comparable to other products in the same range like René Furterer’s “Tonucia Toning and Densifying Mask” which sells at $44/200mL and Phyto’s “Phytokératine Extreme Mask” which sells at $51/200mL. It is, however, pricier than products in a different range like Klorane’s “Repair Mask with Mango Butter” which retails at $22/150mL.