Today I’ll be reviewing the serum from Loreal Professionnel range. This serum was suggested to me by my stylist when I got rebonding done on my hair and since then I’m consistent with it, not because my stylist suggested me but because I love the results it gives on my hair.
Treatment serum for damaged ends: super-light, silky texture, smoothes and helps to prevent split ends; leaves hair looking and feeling more healthy.
Restore your damaged, split ends with L’Oréal Professionnel séries expert Absolut Repair Serum. This intense treatment serum will leave your hair looking and feeling healthier with a silky and super light touch.
Directions for use:
- Pump a pea size drop into your palms.
- Rub the serum between your palms and then run through your damp or dry hair.
- Apply from half way down the hair shaft to the end to allow for the serum to concentrate on the damaged ends and to prevent excess oils and grease to form at the scalp.
- For best results, use with the Absolut Repair range.
CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, DIMETHICONOL, ALCOHOL DENAT., BENZYL SALICYLATE, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, HEXYL CINNAMAL, LINALOOL, ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE, BENZYL ALCOHOL, GERANIOL, HYDROXYISOHEXYL 3-CYCLOHEXENE CARBOXALDEHYDE, CITRONELLOL, LIMONENE, PARFUM/FRAGRANCE
My Experience with Loreal Absolute Repair Cellular Serum:
This serum comes in a brownish transparent bottle with a pump dispenser. The serum is a transparent liquid with a light-weight texture. It smells great but unfortunately the smell disappears within 5-6 minutes. When I got my hair rebonded, my stylist suggested me some products from Loreal Professionnel range which were Loreal Liss Ultime shampoo, Liss Ultime masque and this serum. Amongst all these products, I liked this serum a lot. I have been using it since February and have finished almost two bottles of it which I even showed in my empties post Here. I apply it on slightly damp hair and not on soaking wet hair because that will not give any benefits to my hair.
When I apply this serum, I feel my hair are much softer, silky and shiny. It’s not like all other serums that makes the hair greasy or dirty in just a few days, its texture is so light, it just imparts a sheen to hair & not that oily feeling. Only a little quantity is enough to cover hair, if you go overboard and apply a huge amount of it then it can probably make your hair a lil greasy. Let me tell you one unknown and unique use of a serum, be it any serum, cheap ones will also do. Take a small amount of serum on your hands, rub it between your palms and then apply it on your legs to get that shiny and sexy look you must have seen on actress’ legs. Now you know how actresses get shiny looking legs they are often seen flaunting in mini dresses. :-P
- Pleasant smell.
- Travel friendly and convenient packaging.
- Makes hair soft and smooth.
- Adds extra shine to hair.
- Makes hair more manageable and less prone to breakage.
- Light-weight texture does not make hair look oily or greasy.
- A little bit of it goes a long way.
- Prevents split ends.
- Not easily available.
- May make thin hair oily or greasy.
BML Rating: 4.5/5
If you feel nothing seems to make your hair soft and shiny then give this serum a try once or else there are many inexpensive serums in the market which works just as well. I’d recommend it to girls whose hair are unmanageable and frizzy, this serum works good in managing the hair, making hair less prone to breakage and preventing split ends.