Hair Mask


Ideal For

Dry Hair


Cruelty Free, Natural Ingredients, Paraben Free, Vegan

When you need to nurture your hair with shampoo, hair mask, and conditioner it takes time. Especially, if your hair mask is time-consuming.

Therefore, our Ecooking Hair Mask is different! It quickly repairs and smooths damaged hair, and then it is - as several of our products - multifunctional: it works as both a mask and a conditioner. So, after it has provided deep nourishment for your hair, it seals the hair strands like a conditioner usually does. In this way, you can save both time and water.

Hair Mask is rich in protecting, moisturising, and nourishing ingredients such as organic coconut oil, provitamin B5, and natural mango butter. While coconut oil and provitamin B5 keep hair moisturised, the natural mango butter strengthens the hair follicles which reduces hair breakage and gives you a stronger and healthier hair.

Furthermore, the hair mask contains a natural red alga that provides the surface of the hair with a protective layer. This protects your hair from UV rays and pollution. The alga also protects your hair from the ’stress’ it experiences during dyeing or towel drying.

Hair Mask has a lovely scent of flowers, green leaves, and a twist of citrus.

Vegan, dermatologically tested, and without SLS & SLES.


Use Hair Mask as required. Apply an adequate amount of Hair Mask to towel-dried hair, focus on mid-lengths to ends. Leave the mask in for at least two minutes. Rinse thoroughly.


Aqua**, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract*, Cetearyl Alcohol**, Diisostearoyl Polyglyceryl-3 Dimer Dilinoleate**, Cocos Nucifera Oil*, Crambe Abyssinica Seed Oil Phytosterol Esters**, Glyceryl Stearate**, Mangifera Indica Seed Butter**, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Cetyl Alcohol**, Glycerin*, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Lactic Acid**, Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Stearyl Alcohol**, Sodium Levulinate**, Panthenol, Tocopherol**, Amaranthus Caudatus Seed Extract**, Potassium Sorbate,  Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil*, Sodium Benzoate, Phenethyl Alcohol**, Furcellaria Lumbricalis Extract**, Pantolactone, Parfum, Limonene. 

 * = organic · ** = natural




My skin turns red after using the peeling mask? Is that normal?

It is actually perfectly normal! It is not unusual that your skin might turns red after applying the Ecooking Peeling Mask. It is the active ingredients in the mask, which can cause this. Remember to add a lot of moisture after use.

Why is it called ‘’Ecooking’’?

It is called Ecooking because it originally was created in Tina’s kitchen, who are the Ecooking founder. ‘’Eco’’ for ecological ingredients and ‘’cooking’’ because of where it all started – in the kitchen. ‘

What is the best way to use the products?

The most important steps to a good skin care routine is ‘’cleanse and moisture’’. We will always recommend to cleanse the skin, and afterwards it is important to add moisture. After use of cleanser, you can add a serum, and finish with a moisturizing cream