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Ojon Haircare

I have been using Ojon 'Dry Recovery' Hair Care since the past few weeks and I have to say I am impressed! I don't have any particular Shampoos or Conditioners that I am loyal to. It's usually L'oreal and I instead like to splurge on hair treatment products likes oils, leave-in serums, masks and so on.

However I found a huge difference in the overall texture and 'health' of my hair. It immediately felt softer and more manageable on using the shampoo and conditioner and then I didn't need to use many treatment products after all. 

I am however addicted to using extra nourishing products at least on the ends of my hair which I substituted with the Ojon 'Dry Recovery' Hair Mask. All the products are geared towards dry and dehydrated hair hence are obviously very nourishing however not overtly so they don't weigh down the hair or disrupt with its natural flow. 

The products smell very nice and coconuty and the texture of the shampoo and the conditioner is very silky and light and spreads very well, using up less amount of product even for long hair like mine. One would think the thin cylindrical bottles wouldn't last long however they in fact do which is a great plus! 

If you haven't heard of Ojon, all I can say is that its pretty much in line with Moroccan Oil and Macadamia hair care range, where they intensely hydrate damaged and dehydrated hair and are meant for treating split ends, which I highly suffer from. 

The Dry Recovery Mask is absolutely lush to use. Now it says on the tub that one is meant to use it instead of conditioner however I feel my hair is a bit thick and dry comparatively and can do with using the conditioner and the mask together for super soft hair. 

This is slightly pricey at £28 but I feel its completely worth the investment for special occasions at least. I feel I would repurchase this instead of the conditioner as its value for money consider how huge the tub is. 

The Ojon Shampoo and the Conditioner retail for under £20 which is reasonable in my opinion. 

Unknown said...

This looks really good. I've been looking for a line for my hair routine. I've heard a lot of great things regarding ojon especially for coarse, frizzy curls.

Claire (The Beauty Scoop) said...

I really want to try the volume Ojon products, I've heard good things about them. I have a set of damage recovery to go on with but I think the volume products might be a better option for my fine hair. Have you tried it? x

Sheefa F said...

@Hell Notes for Beauty - Oh yes its fab for frizzy hair!

@Claire - Haven't tried the volume products yet. I would use the damage recovery products in the shower and reserve the volume products for styling damp/dry hair.

JessBeautician said...

Desperate to try these, heard such amazing things. Great review, I love anything coconut scented, I think you may have persuaded me even more!! xx


Jennifer from Toronto - Spiced Beauty said...

I have some stuff from this brand.
Its pretty good!




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