Ojon Cleansing Conditioner

Ojon Cleansing Conditioner

Haircare experts are often warning against the perils of over-washing your hair – some recommending getting it on a three day wash cycle. Well that’s easily said, but not so great when you’re on the evening of day two and already reaching for the bobble hat to hide your tresses. Of course, there’s always dry shampoo, but on days when even that’s not cutting it, a cleansing conditioner can be the answer.

Formulated with no sulphates or glycerin, the Ojon Rare Blend Moisture-Rich Cleansing Conditioner* is a low-lather crème which gently cleans and add moisture without stripping the hair of it’s natural oils. It is specifically designed for people with curly or wavy dry hair – neither of which I have so I was a little apprehensive about how it would work on my poker-straight locks. However, it turns out that the Ojon Cleansing Conditioner is suitable for everyone. On day two hair, it was a quick refresher that meant I could go another two days before reaching for the shampoo bottle. Result! It removed greasiness from my roots and added moisture to my bleach-parched ends.

Ojon Tamer

I did get a touch of fluffiness after drying my hair, but that’s where the Ojon Rare Blend Tamer* came in handy. This is a neat idea with Ojon’s unique blend of oils packaged into a tube with a mascara wand. You simply wipe off the excess and gently use to smooth down flyaways. I wouldn’t necessarily describe the tamer as an essential, but it definitely works and if flyaways are something that bug you, you might want to investigate this option.

The Cleansing Conditioner costs £18.50 and is available here. The Tamer is £20 (one tube will last you forever) and is available here.


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