Ojon Moisture Therapy Conditioner
Halleluja! At last, a brand that realises that leaving a hair mask on your hair for FIVE minutes is an absolute pain in the butt. It’s the whole jumpy-in-and-out-of-shower thing – five minutes is just too long to faff about in the shower for without getting water on your hair and it’s too short to get out and then have to start all over just minutes after you’re half-dry.Ojon Moisture Therapy Conditioner
Ojon’s newest launch, the agave-fuelled Ojon Moisture Therapy Conditioner (Rare Blend), has you hostage for only two minutes. That’s do-able. But timing aside, this one is for frazzled hair. You don’t need it unless your hair is very dry and damaged or textured because it’s an extremely rich formula with Blue Agave Nectar. Going off slightly at a tangent, because agave is something I’ve managed to avoid so far, I’m looking forward to experimenting with this in a culinary sense. I made the Deliciously Ella Sweet Potato Brownies this week and regretted it greatly. They just were horrible and nothing like real brownies – and they were very expensive to make. There, I’ve said it out loud. Back to Ojon Moisture Therapy Conditioner; agave is, apparently rich in zinc, magnesium, calcuim and potassium which helps your hair to hang on to moisture for longer.
Added into the mix is jojoba oil. babassu oil, safflower oil, Brazilian murumuru butter, mango butter, Ojon oil and African shea butter. So, it’s a heavy duty treatment (that feels surprisingly light) that only needs two minutes of your time to work and a little goes a long way. Surprisingly, it doesn’t really smell of anything much, unlike some of the other Ojon products that are vanilla-bombs.
Ojon Moisture Therapy Conditioner is £23 (But I’ve just noticed FeelUnique have it on offer for £18.40 – go! It’s HERE.)
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