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One Product i Won't Be Purchasing.

By Teaantoast @teaantoastblog
When de-cluttering my drawers last year I discovered a whole mountain of samples which I had completed forgotten about and now working my way through testing them out. In amongst these samples was this Ojon damage reverse hair treatment sachet. 

Now I am a fan of applying a hair mask before getting in the bath and surrounding myself in bubbles. But I was however not a fan of this hair mask. All you have to do with this hair mask is take a small amount, rub it in your hands to warm up and the product turns into an oil, and then run the product through the length of your hair. What I was not expecting was it to look like a cake mixture, it looked exactly like brown sugar mixed with butter. It even smelt of coffee and brown sugar (personally I'm not a fan of either smells).

When I rubbed the hair mask between my hands, it did turn to oil but there was still grains of sugar something still there. The smell was really strong and I really did feel like I had put cake mixture on my head. Very unpleasant.

You leave the mask on your hair for 20 minutes. That's 20 minutes with an unpleasant smell lingering around you. When it came to washing it out it recommends you use shampoo, which to be honest I always do when washing out a hair mask. I shampoo'd twice and then conditioned. With my hair still under the water I didn't feel like the hair mask had rinsed out properly, even when brushing it afterwards it felt like it was still on my hair. Once I had blow dried my hair it not only felt but looked greasy, it was horrible. I was not impressed.

Having now washed my hair again the day after, I can't say I've noticed any difference in the condition of my hair. It looks the same as before, the damaged ends are still in the same condition. I am so glad that I tried the sample of this product as I now know to stay well away from this hair mask in future! I was so unimpressed!! Not worth the price tag!

With Love,

Sian x

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