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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

What's New at Ojon

What's New at Ojon

Annoyingly I have next to no Internet connection at the moment so you will have to forgive me for any sporadic postings for the next few days, I have attempted to schedule posts while I'm away but it doesn't seem to be going to plan. Internet woes aside let me share two new launches from Ojon, both of which are aimed at dry, broken and frizz prone hair types. Let me introduce you to the two latest additions to the Ojon Rare Blend collection.

Ojon Rare Blend Infusion Shampoo (£21), admittedly I won't ever use this as it contains micro beads but not everyone shares the same stance as I do so let me explain what it does and who it aimed at. Typically shampoo is not known for its moisturising properties which can be less than ideal when you have dried out hair. Ojon Rare Blend Infusion Shampoo is a light yet deeply nourishing cleanser for the hair that contains mini pearls of Ojon Rare Oil which burst within contact of the hair to smooth, deeply moisturise and tame dried out and frizzy hair. It is a clever concept and it is about time that more shampoos not only cleanse but also offer up a level of hydration without weighing the hair down. If this didn't contain micro beads I'd be all over this product.

To compliment the Ojon Rare Blend Infusion Shampoo there is Ojon Rare Blend Moisture Therapy Conditioner (£23), a deep yet light conditioner that is more of a hair mask than your run of the mill conditioner. This thick balm is not only a breeze to apply but it quickly smooths and conditions the hair cuticle, leaving it not only feeling smoother but appearing more glossy and polished. If like myself you struggle from both dry and frizz hair this is one I'd recommend trying, it as close to a professional glossing and repairing treatment as I've tried. I have only just began trailing this but so far it is a huge thumbs up from me.

I will of course update with a full review in the coming weeks but for now Ojon Rare Blend Moisture Therapy Conditioner is slowly but surely repairing my hair - I can not recommend it enough.

This post contains press samples.
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5 comments:

  1. That conditioner sounds right up my street. I have been addicted to haircare recently x

    www.pintsizedbeauty.com

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  2. I've actually never heard of Ojon, well, until I read this post. The shampoo and conditioner actually sound incredible, particularly a repairing conditioner. I very much look forward to reading more about it!

    Good luck with the internet connection! The worst thing (and perhaps the best?) about travelling.

    www.lioninthewild.com

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  3. These sound so gorgeous! Ojon is one of those brands I always hear about and see but am yet to try for some strange reason. I guess it's just one of those things that's on the list but never quite makes it to the top to actually purchase...

    Lorna | www.studsanddreams.com xx

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  4. I'm always tempted to try Ojon but I don't know much about it. The conditioner sounds so perfect for my type of hair!

    Katya | The Beauty Harbour

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  5. Awesome work! That is quite appreciated. I hope you’ll get more success.orogold

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