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Ojon Damage Reverse Restorative Hair Treatment Plus Review

16th March 2015 in Hair, Mask - 26 Comments - 3 min read

Ojon Damage Reverse Restorative Hair Treatment Plus Review

16th March 2015 in Hair, Mask - 26 Comments - 3 min read >/div>

Hey Beauties!

If you have been following me on Instagram you’ll notice that since starting college ive been colouring my hair a lot, maybe 3 weeks ago i was a silver blonde then went back to brown so you can tell how much that would damage my hair. I think the only reason i did it was because i knew i could fix the damage and to bring my hair back to its natural state without those products i wouldn’t have done it.

Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment Plus* comes in this tub which might look quite small for a hair mask but appearances can be deceiving, ive had this mask for a good couple of months now and ive been using it almost every week. The biggest suprise you will get is that this mask is not your typical thick conditioner type mask, its actually solid its a big block of hair loving goodness!

To use this mask you have to take a teaspoon of the product by scraping it out then putting it between your hands to warm it up creating this oil that is put through your pre-shampooed hair. The first time i used it i was quite sceptical because it was an oil and i didn’t want oily hair or it to weight my hair down. There is no lying it made my hair feel so greasy and oily when the treatment was on but thats to be expected i kept it on for 25 minutes and then washed it off with my normal shampoo and it was surprisingly easy to wash out i had no problems. What really surprised me was how soft my hair felt and it didnt feel dry or like straw it actually felt like virgin hair and moved like virgin hair.

As i had said ive been using this for a few months now and i’m really impressed, Ojon claims this treatment can return the majority of your hair to its virgin state which is big claims and i honestly didn’t believe it but since actually using the product i can believe that because my hair does feel like it did before all the bleach.

Ojon describes the Restorative Hair Treatment Plus as:

“This cult classic is now purified using an exclusive double-filtration method and fortified with nature’s golden elixir plus Rouge Oleifera to create the next generation of our deeply restorative treatment. After just one treatment, it helps restore vibrant health looking health to damaged hair. Plus helps increase hair’s strength against breakage. Hair is soft, silky and manageable. A must-have for lifeless, dull, brittle, frizzy, flyaway or unmanageable hair.”

I would recommend this to anyone who has recently coloured or bleached or even people who just put their hair through a lot like heat damage etc its such a fantastic product i feel like everyone needs to try it at least once.

You can find the Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment Plus at ojon.co.uk or you can find it at any Ojon counter (usually found in Boots stores) Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment Plus is either £34.50 for 100ml or £19 for 50ml. I would suggest you trying the smaller version first incase you dont like it.

 Have you tried Ojon before?
What is your favourite hair mask?
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