I will freely admit that I have scheduled this post (it’s currently Thursday night) as I’ve wanted to write about this bundle for a little while. However this combined with the fact that we also planned to go out last night (Friday) and I just knew I wouldn’t be in any state to write a post before we head off to my parents caravan for some beach and BBQ fun!
So fingers crossed we aren’t too hungover….as we’ve bought so much pimms to drink later on!
After hearing a lot about Ojon products the past year or so I couldn’t resist when I saw a bundle of products put together in cellophane for a discounted price. I mean who could refuse!
The kit contains:
Full Detox Shampoo 250ml £21
Dry Recovery Revitalising Mist 175ml £20.50
Rare Blend Oil 45ml £30
All of these are full size and the bundle retails separately at £71.50.
I managed to pick this up……for £23.
Yes you read that right, £23!!!! How amazing!
I’d wanted to get my hands on this very pretty and gorgeous smelling oil for a while but couldn’t justify the £30 price tag.
But are they worth the cash??
I have been using the Full Detox Shampoo for a few weeks now and have noticed a difference in my hair after using it. After a few washes it definitely feels cleaner than it did previously and so I feel that it has reduced some of the build up that was present on my hair.
As well as being detoxifying and helping you to get rid of oil and impurities it contains the Ojon oil, Macadamia oil and Sunflower Seed oil for nourishment.
I do really like this shampoo and am happy to have tried it as part of the deal. However I don’t believe that it is worth the £21 price tag, as I don’t think any shampoo can be THAT much better than another retailing for a few pound. I do really like this but i’ll be keeping it for special occasions and for when my hair is in need of a product detox.
Next up is the Revitalising Mist which I was really interested in!
This claims to revitalise, rehydrate, detangle and tame flyaways all without being sticky or stiff.
I like the idea of this, and even better that its two products you have to shake up and the spray feels really light going onto your hair and it doesn’t feel coated.
It did feel a little sticky on the top but that could be from me being so heavy handed with it…….
My hair does feel more nourished and definitely more hydrated from using the mist, probably as this also contains the Ojon oil the collection is named after.
Essentially its a leave in conditioner but I am always looking for additional moisture for my hair and this one is rather lovely!
Now onto the biggie in the bundle, the rare blend oil.
This 45ml bottle will set you back £30 which is quite a lot!
So does it actually work?
From tropical Tahiti to the Kalahari Desert in Africa, from the remote rainforests of Central America and beyond, Ojon™ gathered potent natural oils legendary for their “great healing powers” and infused them into 3 hair- phases: Amber, Crystal and Red.
One precious drop of this multi-tasking wonder helps protect, nourish and transforms dull, dry or damaged hair to vibrant health. Hair instantly looks glossier, shinier; suddenly feels softer, silkier, more luxurious.
I love that they’ve listed the oils on the side of the box, knowing that its a blend and the company aren’t afraid to let people know exactly what’s in it is great. And I love the desert/rainforest type packaging they have going on, definitely makes it feel a lot more special and interesting.
They have a long list of promises on the box; taming frizz, preventing heat damage, nourishing and encouraging shine all of which you would expect from a super oil.
I do really like the three layer presentation, particularly the colours, and even more when it’s shaken up into a milky coral colour.
I should mention at this point that the oil smells reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally nice!!! A bit fruity, a bit tropical but definitely not overpowering. As you will be putting this on your head I’d hate for this to be overpowering as it would be hanging around all day. I think they’ve got the balance just right.
However I beg to differ about the ‘one drop’ theory. I know I have long hair but I believe anyone would need more than 1 single drop and I personally end up pouring out a few drops onto my hand to ensure my hair is covered and have never found this to be too much and be sticky.
I thought the oil was lovely, smells gorgeous, looks gorgeous and does help to prevent frizz, boost moisture and possibly add shine. I can’t comment on how well it prevents heat damage as I rarely heat treat my hair anymore, probably twice a month i’ll style it so my hair is in good condition from that anyway but every little helps!
It was a pleasure to try all of these products for the discounted price in the bundle and I can’t say a really bad word about any of them. However I would begrudge paying this amount when there are other products out there just as good for less cash.
My hair seems to respond quite well to cheaper products so I’m lucky in that respect, I certainly can’t say the same for my skin!
What do you think of Ojon and their products? Would you fork out the full whack for these beauties?