Ojon Hair Products Restore Damage With Natural Ingredients

Preventing your hair from becoming dull, limp and lackluster is problematic for numerous reasons. So many factors are working against us each day including sun, pollution, coloring, stress and the natural aging process.

There is help, though, and it comes in the form of a nut. Deep in a remote tropical rainforest in Central America, Ojan founder, Denis Simioni became acquainted with a golden elixir obtained from the nut of the native Ojon tree. The precious oil had been used as a hair treatment in the region for over 500 years and was clinically proven to penetrate deep within the hair shaft to help repair and seal the cuticle.

That process works to restore even the most damaged hair and with the help of Rouge Oleifera or "red oil," builds up hair's natural
resistance to future damage, restoring the look and feel of virgin hair.

Instant Restorative Hair Serum (hitting shelves in August)
A lightweight serum designed for everyday use that instantly tames frizz and flyaways while helping to repair and protect hair against damage from environmental and chemical exposure and heat styling. The serum features Rouge Oleifera providing incredible softness, shine and manageability without weighing hair down.

Restorative Conditioner ($25)
Instantly hydrates and helps repair damage for severely dry, damaged hair. Conditioner reduces flyaways, instantly smoothes and provides flexibility. It contains a natural essential oil blend of creamy, sweet Tonka Bean, Vetiver and Benjoin Resin that creates a fragrant, balsamic vanilla aroma.

Restorative Shampoo ($24)
Lathers instantly into a creamy nourishing foam to hydrate extremely damaged hair. Shampoo gently cleanses with coconut-derived clarifying agents while adding shine and manageability. Passiflora Oil, Murumuru Butter and Wheat Protein restore brilliance and replenish hydration.

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Elise Edwards

Elise Edwards began her career as an award-winning writer, producer, anchor and reporter for CNN in Atlanta. She freelance writes for publications including 'Los Angeles Confidential' and produces for Medstar Television. Edwards' most recently served as Supervising Producer for E! Networks' 'The Daily 10.' Her other titles include Senior Manager of Creative Services for Medco Health, writer for th...(Read More)

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