Ojon Revitalizing Mist — Frizzy Hair Fix

Ojon Revitalizing Mist
Ojon Revitalizing Mist

 

I was strolling through Ulta a couple of weeks ago, browsing through the cosmetics aisle, when I looked up and noticed that Ulta also has a pretty large haircare section. Touching my extremely frizzy hair, I made my way through the aisles and noticed that they had testers available. I stopped in front of the Ojon display, having read about it online, and sprayed some Revitalizing Mist leave in conditioner on my messy mane. I then ran my fingers through my hair and looked in a nearby mirror. Oh my! I couldn’t believe how soft, smooth and bouncy my straight, dark hair appeared. It looked fantastic!

I moved to Kansas City, Missouri from Portland, Oregon two years ago, and my hair hasn’t been the same. The humid summers and dry winters kill my hair. But the Ojon mist rescued it. It didn’t make it super shiny, but it looked very healthy.

What is this amazing mist made of? On the Sephora page it says that it is formulated with 100% pure Ojon palm nut oil. This oil is harvested in Central America and was originally used in the hair of native Central Americans to keep it healthy.

The price for this wonder product is $26.00 USD.  I would recommend the splurge if your hair is trouble like mine is!

2 thoughts on “Ojon Revitalizing Mist — Frizzy Hair Fix”

  1. you could also try mixed chicks products for curly hair.(www.mixedchicks.net).

    the products also do well when going straight. just use their deep conditioner as a pretreatment before your heat work (www.mixedchicks.net/deepconditioner).

  2. Thanks for the tip and the link, Heather! I have heard of Mixed chicks but I haven’t tried any of their products. I hope to try the deep conditioner or the leave-in that they have.

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