Battle of the Deep Conditioners


Ojon Rare Blend Deep Conditioner – £29* | Macadamia Deep Repair Masque – £6.77

Recently my hair has been transformed from a dry and unmanageable maine into a soft and sleek do’ that usually can only be achieved when at the hairdressers. Who knew that introducing a couple of different deep conditioners and treatments into your haircare routine could result in such a dramatic difference? After having an absence of masques in my stash my hair rarely received a injection of moisture when being washed, all tools for nourishment were left until the styling stage which is perfect to tame any frizz or flyaways, but they failed to give my hair the TLC is was looking for. To combat this problem the use of a conditioning masque once a week has helped to remove the damage.

Since picking up the Macadamia Deep Repair Masque in the States to combat my dried out tresses, I have also incorporated the new Ojon Rare Blend Deep Conditioner into my routine. My hair has been lapping up the extra nourishment and has been restored to a more manageable and sleeker state. Ultimately these both do pretty identical jobs, aimed at providing a bumped up version of your standard conditioner these restore shine and gloss to the most damaged of hair. The Ojon offering is a more luxurious version with a blend of seven rare oils packed away that work wonders to transform the state of your hair. The product itself reminds me of the striped Aquafresh Toothpaste as it has two coloured sections that blend together once applied. Leave on for 5-10 minutes and sleek hair will be yours.

If you are looking for a more budget friendly option that still will provide you with the souped up conditioner you need, the Macadamia option will be your best friend. Marketed as a reconstructor the blend of macadamia and argan oil helps to rebuild any areas of damage leaving you with super sleek hair. Both of these work a treat and have been a saviour on my dry Summer hair.

*pr sample