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I found this product at Sephora and it proclaims to be made from some special oil from South America and is from "the land of people with beautiful hair." It is supposed to smooth the cuticule, add volume and a number of other miraculous things.
Any thoughts, Hannah?

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Can you post the ingredient list?


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Hi

I have used this and found plain old shea butter much better.
Save your money - I paid AUS80.00 for a jar and used it at least 3 times (even leaving it on over night) and never noticed any difference to my hair.

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Apparently, the ingredients are palm oil and cacao (chocolate). It should smell nice!
If it does, make your own version.

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I used a couple of their products, nothing special and no "great" results. Nearly any other shampoo would do as well.

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I actually use a few of their products and I really like them!!  The conditioner (the rinse-off one that you use in the shower) smells amazing.  The main "treatment" works well for me, but it smells like a combination of chocolate, coffee and smoke...  blech.

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I don't care for the solid oil product. I think any kind of oil would do the same thing and the Ojon is expensive. For me, the scent is overpowering and I wish I'd saved my money.

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sesame seed oil, shea butter, palm oil,orbignya oleifera seed oil, avocado oil, nettle, almond protein and a few things that I think are surfactants and water, or course.
I have used the shampoo and liked it, I have a small version of the full line that I will try tonight.

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I have now tried the full "treatment ritual" twice and am quite pleased with the results.
I have read that coconut oil will achieve the same results as the solid treatment and I have some so I'll try that. The shampoo and conditioner left my recovering-from-rough treatment hair acting beautifully.
Thanks for all of the input!

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Coconut oil does a great job, equal to the Ojon treatment. And I will have to give the Ojon product some credit, it does a good job. Friday night I oiled my hair with the intention of washing it Saturday morning. I had just had it colored (roots, highlights, low-lights) on Tuesday and thought all was well (although a little frizzy).
Got up Saturday morning and my top layers of hair had sucked in all of the oil. I just slicked it into a ponytail and went on my way to see how much more would absorb. That night I re-oiled and then shampooed four hours later.
Hair is smooth, no need for a flat-iron smooth, and feels healthy.
Oh - here's a laugh for ya'll - one of the mainstream cosmetic lines is now touting haveing "hyaluronic spheres" in its formulation!

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