Women are gushing over Mirenesse's Thermal Wrap N Repair Mask, which takes between five and 20 minutes to do its magic, and it's not hard to see why.
The self-heating mask, which launched in Australia in February, is available on Amazon and costs £9 for one or is currently on sale at £19 for a set of three direct through Mirenesse.
It contains argan oil, lotus flower and coconut oil, to help repair and hydrate dry, damaged locks – leaving them shiny, silky and frizz free.
The multi award-winning mask is essentially a wraparound cap, which has been dubbed a "Korean sheet mask for your hair".
Taking to Amazon, one reviewer praised: "After years of bleaching, blow drying and using a hot curling iron this mask erased the mistreatment in just 20 minutes.
"It's easy to use and better than any salon treatment I've ever had!"
- Mirenesse Cosmetics Wrap N Repair Hair Treatment Cap Mask, £9, Amazon – buy here
- Thermal Wrap N Repair Hair Mask 3-pack, £19, Mirenesse – buy here
Another woman, who had "horrible damaged dry hair" after bleaching her locks, wrote: "My silky smooth hair is back!!! I couldn’t be any happier."
While a third lady said: "Legitimately THE best hair mask I have ever used…and I have had everything from leave ins to salon applied masks.
"After decades of color and bleach in my hair after 20 min your hair feels nourished, moisturized and healthy! It has become my part of my weekly hair ritual."
Another woman said: "Wow, I can never get a comb through my hair after showering without adding some kind of product to it first, but I tried this mask and my hair did not need anything extra – combed easily, looked great!
"And this hair mask smells delicious to boot!"
Although one unimpressed customer described it as a "way over priced hair conditioner" and others said the cap design was hard to keep in place – meaning they'd rather the product came in a tube.
Yesterday we revealed women were boasting about their "miracle" hair growth, after using the £18 Bondi Boost shampoo and conditioner for just six weeks.
And we took a closer look at Victoria Beckham’s hefty £545 home skincare regime featuring a pollution-fighting eye cream and tightening serum.
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