The shampoo has a low suds effect while applying to your hair. This is typical for a strong moisturizing shampoo as it proves that the product has the oils needed to revitalize your hair. This shampoo in particular has Blue Agave Nectar, Macadamia Oil, Jojoba Oil and Babassu Oil complex that helps restore moisture and smooth roughed-up cuticles to keep hydration sealed in. When you rinse it out your hair will feel a little like straw at first, but you’ll notice that it’s almost making a squeaking noise. That’s because it’s getting your hair CLEAN! Once you add the conditioner you’ll notice that your hair basically soaks it up and makes it feel like you don’t have enough. Since I’m so used to using Wen I tend to be very liberal with all my conditioners and I do so with Ojon as well. The conditioner has the same great healthy oils in it as the shampoo which leaves your hair feeling silky and smooth once it has been rinsed out.
I like to use Ojon once a week in replacement of my Wen. It keeps my hair feeling great and it’s a nice switch up when you need one. The Revitalizing Mist I use all the time. Any time that my hair is looking drab or dull I use the mist to freshen it up and give it a good toss. I go through a bottle of this stuff every month. It’s my go to product when I’m in need of a pick me up for the day.
I have noticed that when I use Ojon shampoo and conditioner people tend to make a face about the smell. Personally I like the smell, but I’ve noticed that men in particular DO NOT. To get around this I usually add a half pump of Sweet Almond Mint Wen to my hair once it’s been towel dried and that covers up the smell of the oils in Ojon. The mist smells good and I haven’t heard any complaints from the male species after using this product. So spray all day!