If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you will know that I’m always banging on about oils, whether they are for face, nails or feet. Quite simply I believe these molecules of transformation cut to the chase, penetrating deeper to areas that need attention for unmatched results.
My recent new discovery on the oil front is for the hair. I’m not new to hair oils, I reviewed Jo Hansford’s one the other week, but this one looked rather special. It’s called rare blend oil Total Hair Therapy and comes from the Ojon stable whose products I am rather partial to. Their main buzz is their unique and hard-working ingredients. This new introduction manages some major juggling of seven natural oils. The Super Seven are all reparative oils sourced globally to help turn fatigued hair into something fabulous. From Ojon’s signature oil through to Tahitin Monoi oil that instantly reveals shine, Marula oil from the drought resistant Manula tree in south-western Africa and the unheard-of-unless-you-know-it Ximenia oil used by South African women to condition their hair and skin, they all work synergistically to enliven, invigorate and nurture hair.
Smelling delicious and exotic, shake and use as a daily treatment on damp hair as a protective treatment or on dry as a finishing product. You can double-up as long as you don’t overdose on application. It really is Ojon’s crowning glory.
Ojon Total Hair Therapy costs £29 and is available from QVC in September and Harrods, John Lewis and Fenwick from October.