Ojon cater to just about every hair type but my go to range is Damage Reverse. As the title may suggest this is aimed at very dry and/or damaged hair to replenish and rebuild the hair. All of the products within the Damage Reverse collection contain a blend of Ojon™ oil,antioxidant-rich Brazilian Buriti Oil, Coconut Oil and Murumuru Butter so that they are deeply nourishing yet lightweight. Is Ojon pricey? Yes I think so but if you have damaged hair it is worth the splurge as it is one of the very few ranges that actually does what it says on the tin.
Ojon Damage Reverse shampoo is a light yet highly moisturising shampoo that lathers up well,
leaving the hair feeling moisturised yet well cleansed which is all I can hope for.
As I have coloured hair, colour fade with hair care is often a worry but this shampoo is not harsh
and in my opinion ideal for colour treated hair - damage aspect aside. This shampoo has been formulated to repair and does so by smoothing out the cuticle, de-tangling and engulfing each strand in a protective shield to prevent future damage. This is a gentle shampoo yet effectively cleanses removing any traces of product without stripping or further drying the hair. Although a conditioning shampoo it does not leave behind any greasy residue and is suitable for even fine hair types. I will state that this should only be an option if you have dry/damaged hair otherwise you may find it a little too hydrating.
The conditioner in the Ojon Damage Reverse range is a highly moisturising formula that is just the right consistency - thick but not overly so. I have thick, long hair with fairly parched ends. As someone who frequently bleaches their hair I need a conditioner to be fast acting and deeply nourishing. Luckily Ojon Damage Reverse Conditioner does just that - the thick, creamy texture instantly hydrated and smooths my dry, coarse hair - making it altogether easier to comb, style and manage on a daily basis. I won't pretend that I completely understand the science behind this conditioner but it does contain nourishing lipids to seal in moisture and create the perfect buffer against daily damage and to an extent heat too. From the first use my hair didn't just feel and look better but it was soft to the touch, a dream to comb and visually looked far less damaged. A must for anyone with really dry and/or damaged hair.
Ojon Damage Reverse Shampoo and Conditioner £20/£21/250ml via Boots - link.
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