the kure intense bond repair mask vs. multi-task repair treatment
It’s time to set the record straight – what is the difference between the kure multi-task repair treatment and the kure intense bond repair mask? They both help with damage and offer repair, they both have ‘the kure’ in their names, and they both sport adorable seafoam green packaging.
We’ll cut to the chase: there are three main differences between these two reparative products. It all comes down to which hair type they’re suited for, how to use it, and clinical claims. Keep reading to find out which one is the kure for you.
multi-task repair treatment
Multi-task repair treatment is a lightweight, rinse-out treatment that also doubles as a leave-in to strengthen strands and repair damage.
How to use it: Apply multi-task from roots to ends, leave on for one minute, then rinse. Follow up with the kure bond repair conditioner. Use this 60-second treatment 2-3x a week (think of it as your every-other-day serum).
Who it’s for: Fine to medium hair types that aren’t in dire need of moisture are the ideal hair types that will benefit from multi-task.
Clinical claims: This treatment results in 2.4x stronger* hair with 74% more repair* and 58% less breakage*.
*compared to control after three uses.
the kure intense bond repair mask
The kure intense bond repair mask is a rich, ultra-moisturizing repair hair mask that significantly reduces breakage and prevents future damage.
How to use it: After shampooing, massage through hair from roots to ends and leave on for 10 minutes. Use this intense mask as a weekly intensive treatment in place of conditioner.
Who it’s for: Ideal for thick, coarse hair types in need of extra moisture.
Clinical claims: The kure intense bond repair mask is clinically proven after one use to result in hair that is 3.2x stronger, 8x more conditioned, with 69% less breakage.
If you still don’t know which mask is the one, take our hair quiz here!