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  • crackerlim
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    I think I gonna revived this thread! Haha! Anyway, any cotter(s) can give any review on any good and effective hair mud mask?

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  • MoonRiver
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    hmmm.. the hair mask is call GLC... Hair treatment if I am not wrong.. planning to go there again to get their garlic scalp treatment for hair loss and promote growth..

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  • purplelicious
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    xynnie, what's the name of the mask? Can it be purchased elsewhere?

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  • dinga
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    Hi,may i know what is the full name of the hair mask you rave about...any pics to show us....TIA

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  • MoonRiver
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    Hi xynnie.. after much rave from you.. I really gone to get one.. good!!! I love it.. my hair feel real light weight and clean..

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  • xynnie
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    hair mask

    hi cotters. i've bought one hair treatment mask from bt panjang plaza ( wondering if anyone lives near there ) .. level 1.. it's the extract of sea minerals and smells really nice. i leave it on my ends for 20 mins and wash off. doesn't have flyaways .. if use frequently split ends will be treated. really very it's a white small bottle. $42 for the 50ml or 100ml if i'm not wrong. i simple the product. it has many products in the shop. for skin .. hair .. face ..

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  • Isis
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    St Ives Hair Mud

    Looks like I've got to head on down to Specialist to get the St Ives Hair Mud... I remember seeing it somewhere but I can't recall where exactly. But it certainly looks like Parkway's JL doesn't carry it.

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  • Dewy
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    hi all
    is there any mud or normal mask which can be applied onto the scalp for oily scalp, besides yamano?

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  • bree
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    IIRC, the official place featured in Her World's magazine is Beauty Language.

    7 outlets:
    Kovan, Heartland Mall
    Thomson (Novena), United Square
    Sembawang, Sun Plaza
    Simei, East Point
    Harbour Front Sq
    Tiong Bahru Plaza
    Parkway Parade (known there as Peaches & Herbs)

    HTH

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  • pulpy
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    Originally posted by bree
    Lol.. sembawang one is at sun plaza not a sec sch. There's also one branch at Kovan (heartland mall) & one at Parkway Parade (called Peaches & Herbs)

    Anyway, to add on. aromatic one is not a mud mask. If you want mud kind, Yamano's hair pack is the top. It contain lots of natural ingredients to repair/moisturize (extracts of jojoba, seaweed...) and marine mud to deep cleanse. Basically one of the very rare masks that can touch the scalp. Really good for long term usage and intensive repair. Lots of raves from actual users and many regulars. I tried the shampoo and leave in treatment before and i can really feel the difference. Not only on the surface or temporary softening effect but your whole scalp feels very clean. Quite often featured in Her World magazine. But I won't reccomend it to people who have oily scalp because it is really intensive. If you have oily scalp, use it once/twice a week.

    For such a good natural marine mud hair product, it sure doesn't come cheap. Each shampoo, conditional, treatment & hair pack cost about $53. But not too worry, its so intensive that it last 2-3 times longer than the normal hair products because for yamano, a little goes a very long way.

    *All according to own experience & customers' feedback. No advertising though. Just to share.
    hey, where can i got this Yamano hair's pack?

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  • bree
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    Lol.. sembawang one is at sun plaza not a sec sch. There's also one branch at Kovan (heartland mall) & one at Parkway Parade (called Peaches & Herbs)

    Anyway, to add on. aromatic one is not a mud mask. If you want mud kind, Yamano's hair pack is the top. It contain lots of natural ingredients to repair/moisturize (extracts of jojoba, seaweed...) and marine mud to deep cleanse. Basically one of the very rare masks that can touch the scalp. Really good for long term usage and intensive repair. Lots of raves from actual users and many regulars. I tried the shampoo and leave in treatment before and i can really feel the difference. Not only on the surface or temporary softening effect but your whole scalp feels very clean. Quite often featured in Her World magazine. But I won't reccomend it to people who have oily scalp because it is really intensive. If you have oily scalp, use it once/twice a week.

    For such a good natural marine mud hair product, it sure doesn't come cheap. Each shampoo, conditional, treatment & hair pack cost about $53. But not too worry, its so intensive that it last 2-3 times longer than the normal hair products because for yamano, a little goes a very long way.

    *All according to own experience & customers' feedback. No advertising though. Just to share.
    Last edited by bree; 13-11-2004, 01:37 AM.

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  • Dewy
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    Beauty Language
    3, Simei St 6
    #03-04A, East Point Shopping Centre
    Singapore 528833
    Phone : (65-) 67882030 Fax : --

    1, Maritime Sq
    #02-93, Harbourfront Centre
    Singapore 099253
    Phone : (65-) 63764064 Fax : (65-) 63764064

    30, Sembawang Crescent
    #01-26, Sembawang Secondary School
    Singapore 757713
    Phone : (65-) 67533458 Fax : (65-) 67533458 (sembawang sec sch??) :huh:

    302, Tiong Bahru Rd
    #01-35, Tiong Bahru Plaza
    Singapore 168732
    Phone : (65-) 62706296 Fax : (65-) 62706296

    101, Thomson Rd
    #01-79/90, United Sq
    Singapore 307591
    Phone : (65-) 62528377 Fax : (65-) 62528377

    body shop has an african hair & body mud mask too..dont know good or not..hth!
    Last edited by Dewy; 12-11-2004, 04:20 PM.

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  • pulpy
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    hi dewy,

    where's beauty language outlet's?

    thanx for informing me!

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  • Dewy
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    hi pills
    i heard raves from another forum about a mineral mud hair mask by aromatic haircare australia..
    $28 for 150ml..
    they have 3 kinds...lastest one has tiny beads for deep cleansing etc...
    cant really remember
    available at beauty language outlets..
    hth!

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  • Eyore
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    Hi Dewy... Yup i find it good for me.. actually I have aso tried their anti frizz hair serum.. this is not bad..

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