Sunday, 10 February 2013

Ojon Dry Recovery Review


 I've recently had my hair dip dyed and I always knew that this came with the consequences of dry and brittle ends. I searched around Youtube for some hair care routines and noticed Lily Pebbles really recommended this brand. I have always been too reluctant to purchase any Ojon because of the price tag that comes with it - a hefty £18 for the shampoo and £19.50 for the conditioner (both 250ml)... OUCH!

However, with my John Lewis partnership discount, Ojon pulled my arm and persuaded me to buy the set.
To be honest with you all - I haven't seen great results, and this makes me sad.

Compared to a average high street conditioner such as L'Oreal or Tresemme, there isn't a great difference. I acknowledge that there is less chemicals and greater natural goodness in Ojon bottles such as Ojon oil, Blue Agave, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Babassu Oil but the results seem to be the same?!

I haven't tried any of their other products yet and I would love to try their hydrating masks, I hear great things about these! Maybe my hair is beyond dry and it will take a little more than a conditioner to help?

Here's where you guys come in, please link any hair care posts for dyed hair below in my comments box. Have you tried Ojon before? Have you tried their ranges/masks/oils? What did you think?

 Help me out guys!


Emma Kelly said...

I used a sample of bumble and bumble today and I really wasn't impressed seeing it retails at a similar price PDF ojon :(

Martha Woods said...

Aw, that sucks. :( I don't have a dedicated post up for it yet, but I started using the Organix Macadamia Oil deep conditioning masque, which retails for around $8 here in the States (I don't even know if you have it over there). The sweet girl who cuts my hair was amazed at how soft and healthy my (formerly dry and damaged) hair was after using this weekly for six weeks.

So, there's my product recommendation. :) Hope you find something that works!

Louise x said...

Ojon often do an offer where they'll send you a free shampoo and conditioner (full sized) if you spend 20.00 on another product.

Now following as think you have a great blog.

Louise x (aka: @staceysmum84)

Confessions of a Secret Shopper

Gina Bambina said...

I've tried a few of their products including shampoos, conditioners and treatments. Most I've been unimpressed with, their Damage Reverse Restorative Hair Treatment Plus is the most vile thing I've ever put on my hair and did me no good whatsoever, BUT their Rare blend oil is lovely, and I'm currently giving a bottle away over on my blog.

becky smith said...

Hi thank you for leaving your link in tonight's chat. I also have ombre hair so i feel your pain haha. I have done a post on my hair care routine which has helped improved the condition of my hair. I would fully recommend macadamia oil products especially a deep repair hair masque, it works wonders :) xx

helen at thelovecatsINC said...

i really want to try this brand! i hear so much yet haven't got anything from them yet :) shame this particular set didn't work out for you though!

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HeartsAndCrosses said...

I really really want to try the Ojon products, but Toni and Guy is really good for dyed hair, you would not regret trying it


Oh and I'm running a giveaway, if you want to pop over and have a nosey!

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Bess O said...

I've used their mask for damaged hair and it was awful - wouldn't wash out and left my hair like straw. Too scared to try anything else! xx