Nine times out of ten I buy my haircare from Boots, it’s just far more convenient than buying from any where else and there’s always the lure of those Boots Advantage Card Points too. I was really pleased to hear that some of the more premium haircare brands were being launched in some Boots stores too, including Ojon. Ojon is a brand that I’ve heard lots about but I’ve just never had access to it to give it a whirl, I’ve seen it in the CCO at Bicester Village but the staff there were not very knowledgeable about the products when I enquired.
I had a completely different experience when I visited the Ojon counter at the Boots at Fosse Park in Leicester this afternoon, there were two advisers working there and both were really lovely and helpful. I learned loads about the brand and I was given the low down on each of the six different lines that they do and was introduced the the Christmas gift sets and travel size products too – there’s nothing that makes me happier than seeing a miniature version of a product.
The focus of Ojon as a brand is on hair repair and treatment, which is something that is quite important for me and I’m sure for a lot of other people too, who doesn’t want their hair to be healthy? The products are all paraben-free and Ojon are working to make them sulphate free too, there’s also no animal fats in their products. The products all contain Ojon oil that helps restore radiance, suppleness, bounce, body, volume and vibrancy to help repair even the most damaged hair.
The newest product that Ojon have launched is the Rare Blend Oil, and I was most excited to learn about it. The oil can be used on both wet and dry hair and even the tiniest amount can make the hair look instantly smoother, glossier, shinier and softer. I used a bit on the ends of my hair instore and they felt so nice and nourished after. I was given a sample of the oil so I will get back to you on how it works out.
Have you tried anything from Ojon? What do you recommend?
Look out for the Ojon counters in larger Boots stores and I can definitely recommend popping to the Boots at Fosse Park Leicester to check out the range.