Shoppers rave over hydrating mask hailed a ‘hero’ for sunburnt scalps

A beauty enthusiast heaping praises on a ‘hero’ scalp mask that rescued her sunburnt scalp. While it’s important to protect our skin against sun damage, it’s also crucial to do the same for our scalp.

One popular haircare product works as both a pre-wash treatment and mask, plus it can also be used to help beauty fans achieve the on-trend slick bun.

The Straand Halo Hydrator, available from Sephora for £26, is a soothing and moisturising mask perfect for dry scalps or those who frequently dye their hair.

An Instagram post revealed that the Halo Hydrator Scalp Mask “works to cool and soothe on application”. This allows its users to reclaim soft and manageable locks and enjoy great hair days again, reports the Daily Star.

It contains an impressive blend of six active skincare components, proven to elevate both your scalp and hair health.

Straand shared: “Sunburn, product build up and our favourite clean-girl slick buns can all contribute to a disrupted barrier. This multi-tasking mask is ready to ascend into your weekly routine.”

“When your microbiome is thriving, you get big benefits as this mask will relieve flakes, itching and irritation so you can go longer between washes. You can grow longer, thicker and stronger hair while it restores shine and protects against future damage.”

One satisfied customer was won over by the mask’s soothing effect, exclaiming: “This saved my sunburnt scalp today!”

Another enthused: “The texture is so good and I love that it has a spatula!”

Australian TikToker Isabel Petzl-Duncan gave the Halo Hydrator a whirl, even using it to perfect her slick bun hairstyle. She explained: “It’s not a hair mask, it’s a scalp mask. I just brushed my hair and I’m going to part it.”

“And I’m just going to apply this to my head. It’s got a really nice cooling sensation.”

After ensuring there were no flyaways, she gathered her hair into a ponytail, twisted it into a bun, and secured it with a second hair band.

Flaunting her finished look, she said: “This is my slick back bun,” as she turned around and then faced the camera again with a beaming smile.

Straand’s The Halo Hydrator, priced at £26. Packed with niacinamide for hair thickening and fullness, wastar pink berry to soothe scalp irritation and redness, plus hydrating aloe vera and hyaluronic acid, the Halo Hydrator is a must-have.

Users can indulge in this treatment up to twice a week, leaving it on for anywhere between 10 to 30 minutes, or even overnight for an extra boost of moisture. Simply rinse out and follow with your usual shampoo and conditioner routine.

For those seeking a more wallet-friendly alternative, Hair Proud’s leave-in scalp and hair moisturiser is available for just £8.95 at Beauty Bay. This spray-on solution promises to repair, defrizz, and add shine to your locks.

Hask’s Argan Oil 5-in-1 Leave In Conditioner Spray is another excellent choice suitable for all hair types, offering detangling benefits, thermal damage protection, and moisturisation to prevent breakage.

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