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Asiana readers put Ojon haircare to the test

Posted: 02.01.13

As you can imagine, working at one of the biggest fashion and beauty magazines in the UK we constantly get inundated with pampering products! But among the creams, lotions, potions and make-up, it’s the hair products that we all lust after. After all, while you can hide tired eyes with a good quality serum and plump up your lips using a super shiny lipgloss, having a bad hair day is much harder to disguise.
The best thing you can do, is to stop them from happening in the first place and thanks to the premium range of shampoos and conditioners by luxury label Ojon this just got easier. Made using Ojon Oil, a powerful ingredient that’s been used for over 500 years in Central America, every product restores your hair making it look sleek, healthy and fully of body. The oil itself is harvested using traditional techniques and sustainability so there’s no harm caused to the environment.

With Ojon duos for every type of hair, we asked four Asiana readers to roadtest the range and let us know how they got on.

Damage Reverse Restorative Shampoo and Conditioner
The lowdown:
Clinical studies show that the restorative shampoo and conditioner reduce hair breakage by 99%. Containing wheat protein and a creamy blend of sweet Tonka Bean, Vetiver and Benjoin Resin, the products instantly smooth your locks making them more soft and manageable. 
The verdict:
‘I was cautious about trying this shampoo and conditioner as I’m always worried about trying new products but after the first wash, I could really see a difference in the quality of my hair. It felt like it had been given a second chance and was back to looking normal again! I’ve tried it a few times since then and my hair is still feeling nicer.’
(Laila, Berkshire)

Dry Recovery Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner
The lowdown:
With natural extracts of Ylang Yang, Sweet Orange and fresh Geranium, these products replenish the moisture in your hair, while making it shiny and more manageable.
The verdict:
‘I hate washing my hair as it’s really long so gets tangles easily so it was nice to try a new shampoo and conditioner that promised to help solve my problems! I have dry hair and usually apply oil after I’ve washed it. The Ojon products made my hair feel softer which made it easier to comb, I still use the oil, but not as much. It’s definitely improved my hair.’
(Amandeep, London)

Colour Revealing Shampoo and Conditioner
The lowdown:
Formulated to add shine and vibrancy to hair that’s been colour treated, the shampoo and conditioner contains exotic Tahitian Manoi Oil infused with Gardenia flowers that add unique protection to stop your colour from fading.
The verdict:
‘I’m always dying my hair from streaks to dip dying and sometimes the whole head! It always looks shiny on the first few days but after the first wash, the colour fades and my hair starts to look drier. I’ve tried extra conditioning shampoos and all sorts of products that say they’ll retain colour but most never do. I was surprised from the first wash with the Ojon range that my hair looked really healthy and since using it, it’s also got more body and is in all round better conditioner’
(Sara, Newcastle)

Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner
The lowdown:
Rich in proteins this combination nourishes thin, fine hair, while adding volume and texture.
The verdict:
‘I’m getting married this year and I really want big hair! I try and backcomb it but because my hair is naturally fine, it needs an extra boost and not just mousse. I really liked this shampoo and conditioner and it made my hair look thicker than it is. When I blow dried it, it had much more body and is something I would use again and again!’
(Sonakshi, Birmingham)

Ojon hair products are available in major department stores such as Fenwicks, Harrods and John Lewis.
To find your nearest stockist call 0870 034 2454. Shampoos cost £18 and conditioners £19.50 for 250ml.


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