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Monday, 28 January 2013

Review: Ojon Rub-Out Dry Cleansing Spray

Every woman and long haired man should own a can of dry shampoo. It is a Godsend and is probably one of the best inventions to every grace the shelves of Boots, Superdrug and supermarkets, ever. Exaggeration? I think not.
I have always had long hair which means I've always had a nightmare having to wash it every other day because of the fact that I'm a flicker. I'm the girl who always flicks my hair over my shoulder, albeit in the non-bimbo way, to get it out of my face and I'm forever sorting my parting out because it has a habit to change sides when I'm not looking. It's annoying and drives me up the wall because it gets greasy so quickly, oh and having an oily scalp plays a large role in that too.
Knowing all of that, I'm sure you understand why I think dry shampoo is such a life saviour. I can go 3 or 4 days without washing my hair now, although by the fourth day I usually have tied back in a ponytail or bun, and I don't have to worry about my hair being a greasy hot mess. Usually my dry shampoo of choice is just good ol' Batiste because it's available everywhere and they do jumbo sized cans that last ages but I've recently been trying out the Ojon one and, in all honesty, it's not much different.

The Rub-Out Dry Cleansing Spray (a fancier way of saying dry shampoo) has a much fresher scent than your average can of Batiste Dry Shampoo and I'm assuming that is because of the Soap Bark Tree Extract. Never heard of that before? Yeah, neither have I. I'm going to say that it is some sort of fancy schmancy ingredient to give the product a fresh and somewhat minty fragrance but it hasn't done any harm to my scalp so I'm definitely not going to knock it.
One thing I have noticed as a point of difference between the Ojon and Batiste dry shampoo is that the Ojon isn't noticeably white like the normal Batiste shampoos. I know there are brunette and blonde versions available but if you don't rub in the standard Batiste shampoos properly, you end up with the hair of an old woman and look like you have a severe dandruff problem and both of them are not a good look.
However, that is about the only difference I have found between a high end and high street dry shampoo so I don't think I'll be making a switcheroo anytime soon. The Ojon shampoo is a nice alternative to Batiste but at £18.00 a pop for a full 185ml can, I won't be trading in my jumbo 400ml £4.99 cheapo version.

You can buy the Ojon Rub-Out Dry Cleansing Spray online from the website or from larger Boots stores nationwide. The Batiste jumbo cans are available from the Superdrug website and stores nationwide.

Have you tried any other dry shampoos that you would recommend?

Until next time...
Keep swivelling those hips in your


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