Overnight Hair-Thickening Mask

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Size: 2oz

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What is inside

Made with Indigenous organic ingredients from the Amazon rainforest & U.S farmers that are cruelty-free, and eco-friendly with 100% recycled packaging.

Ingredients: Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Bacuri Butter, Ucuuba Butter, Cocoa Butter, and Rosemary Essential Oil.


  • Promote Healthy Scalp
  • Boosts Hair Growth 
  • Increases Hair Elasticity 


  • Rosemary is known for its ability to quickly grow hair back while also smelling beautiful.
  • Bacuri is packed with sulfur which promotes hair growth and is full of antioxidants allowing for a healthy scalp. 
  • Avocado Oil has been a staple in Indigenous beauty due to its extremely moisturizing scalp/hair benefits.
  • Ucuuba Butter boosts hair elasticity which helps prevent breakage while keeping the hair hydrated longer.
  • Castor Oil is a fantastic way to promote hair growth while calming any scalp irritations.
  • Cocoa Butter helps strengthen the hair shaft and can reduce excessive hair shedding. 
  • Shea butter does wonders to the hair leaving it smooth as well as replenished.

How to use

Apply to the scalp only and massage the scalp for 1-3 minutes. With a shower cap or scarf, you don't mind getting the product on, cover your hair and scalp.

For the best result leave the mask on for 8 hours, if need be 1 hour can work.

Shampoo twice gently massaging the scalp to remove the mask and to create more blood flow. Not meant for bleached blonde or light hair. Due to the bacuri butter it can give a brown tint to the hair.

Can take 4+ weeks to see results.

Shelf life

6 months after opening. Do not mix with water or it will expire faster.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

I like the mask but I made a mess putting it on. I don’t know how normal masks are but I needed to put a hat with it.

Why Las Brewhas?

Hello! We’re Las Brewhas - a Latina family-run business.


Las Brewhas was created by Gabby, who has struggled with cystic acne for 10+ years, deciding to combine her education as an esthetician and a pastry chef with her passion for sustainability and connecting to our Indigenous South American & African roots.


We are plastic-free and all of our products are packaged in recycled materials. Even our stickers are printed with plant-based ink and algae glue! It is incredibly important to us to be as sustainable as possible starting from how our Indigenous tribes harvest the ingredients from the Amazon Rain Forest and Ghana to how we package all of our products.