Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Review | Root2Tip Protein Balance Masque

Wednesday, 2 July 2014


I was kindly sent Root2Tip Protein Balance 'Elasticity Retention' Hair Masque (£12.99)* a couple of weeks ago and it's one of the few protein treatments I've tried which doesn't dry my hair out.

I'm always impressed with the ingredients in Root2Tip products and the formula of the Protein Balance Masque does not disappoint. It contains a variety of oils, including Coconut, Grapeseed, Avacado, and Meadowfoam Seed Oil. The latter I've not noticed in a conditioner before, and I wasn't quite sure what it was. After a quick Google search a couple of websites state that Meadow Foam Oil is found in a lot of beauty products for the hair as it provides excellent slip, adds shine, is non-greasy and helps prevent moisture loss.

The masque is also made with henna, silk protein and wheat protein in order to strengthen the hair. I love using henna on my hair, but I was a little worried this would make the masque quite gritty and hard to wash out. The texture of this product is actually very smooth and buttery which makes it a breeze to rinse. The balance of the henna in the product is perfect for me. If you're curious about using henna but don't want to do a full henna treatment, it's definitely worth giving this product a try.


I constantly emphasise the importance of deep conditioning on my blog but I tend to encourage using moisture heavy products rather than protein.  I know first hand that using too much protein can cause breakage, which meant until the last year or so I've been very cautious about using any protein at all. However if you have chemically treated hair like me or rely on heat often, using protein regularly is an essential step in keeping the hair strong but you have to balance it properly with moisture treatments.

My hair feels very soft after conditioning and the last time I used this product my hair had so much volume. I've found no dryness either, which means I don't have to follow this product with a moisturising treatment afterwards like I usually would with a protein treatment. I'm going to continue using this conditioner every 2-4 weeks to keep the balance of protein in my hair.

Root2Tip products can be purchased from their website. 

*sample. Read my disclaimer here.

Have you tried Root2Tip products? 

Lesley x

8 comments :

  1. I have never even heard of this brand before. Perhaps they do not retail in the US. It sounds and looks like a really good product. I would be willing to give it a try. I love deep conditioning my hair.

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    Kuyeek

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    1. It's a really good brand but is quite small currently. It's mostly sold in the UK as it's a British brand but they do ship internationally. I think they're looking to launch the brand in America in the future but I don't think they have yet x

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  2. Hi doll, I have 4c hair, which is protein sensitive. Would you recommend it for me. Kisses!

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    1. Hi Nerline, Root2Tip products are designed to work on a variety of textures and hair types. This particular product contains hydrolised wheat protein which is really good at getting deep within the strands. If you're protein sensitive you might have to follow this masque with a moisturising treatment because of the amount of protein in it x

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  3. great product. i need to look for new conditioner

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  4. Seems like a great protein treatment! X

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  5. Where could you buy this product?

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