Review : Vatika Black Seed Hair Mask Treatment Cream!


I been using Vatika’s hair masks for years now. One of my favs is their mask with henna, egg yolk and other amazing ingredients in them. Anyways, when I saw a Black Seed hair mask, I knew I had to try it out. Black seed aka Nigella Sativa is the seed of blessing, a ‘cure all’, a miracle. In Arabic, it’s called Habbatul Barakah. I had done an entire post on Black Seed oil before. Read it to get more detailed information.


The mask comes in a black little tub. It’s sturdy and contains 500gms. The mask itself has a bottle green color. It’s thick yet very easy to apply to the hair. It can be applied after shampooing or normal wash. This mask should be applied from root to tip and be left on for 10 – 15 mins. I personally keep it on for 20 mins. After washing it off and drying off with a towel, my hair feels soft and healthy and also looks shinier. It really nourishes the hair. You can even keep your hair wrapped in a hot towel when the mask is on. However, the mask works well even without the hot towel application.


Black seed has a strong, pungent smell. That’s my experience from using black seed oil. But this mask has a lovely, pleasant smell that lingers on your hair. I highly recommend you try this mask out for deep conditioning your hair. I love it!

Price : AED 25 for a tub containing 500 gms. I got it from Lulu Center. I am not sure if this was the introductory price but definitely check it out.

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Naz ♥

13 thoughts on “Review : Vatika Black Seed Hair Mask Treatment Cream!

  1. Hi Naznin…

    This product looks so cool.. And it looks like a product from a sci-fi movie.. Haha.. I am wondering something.. If black seed has a pungent smell and this mask smells really nice how much black seed would they added and how much fragrance to cover the actual smell? Food for thought..

    • Lol Irene!. Yeah well that’s indeed food for thought. But the mask does work really well for my hair. Can’t really complain!

  2. Hi,

    I have read biotin is good for hair loss and you say oiling is good too? What type of oil. I have basically dry thinning hair that can get greasy. I have a bit of hair loss too on the top and I am only 26 so been struggling with it so what do you suggest I can do to grow hair and make it healthy again. Even any shampoo recommendations I am open to that. Also since you have some expertise in hair was wondering If you recommend shampooing regularly.

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