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Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner

Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner

What it is:A deeply nourishing treatment for dry hair. What it does:This rich, rapid daily moisture-proofing system instantly quenches parched strands and surrounds them in an invisible aura of protection. Formulated with Ojon oil, nature's golden elixir, plus Blue Agave, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil, and Babassu Oil, this cream smoothes down the hair's cuticle, making dull hair brilliantly shiny. Never greasy or heavy, it smoothes static and tames flyaways too.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic Dyes- Phthalates- Triclosan What else you need to know:In healthy hydrated hair, the scales of the cuticle lie flat like the shingles on a roof. But when these scales become damaged, they lift and separate and no longer play their protective role. Water evaporates, cuticles become more brittle, and hair becomes drier. This simple daily ritual breaks this vicious cycle. Research results:Used in combination, Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner improved the condition of dry, damaged hair by 52%.* 82% said their hair felt smoother.** 84% agreed their hair was soft.** 78% claimed their hair felt nourished.***In a clinical, dry combing study, using Dry Recovery Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner**In a consumer study, panelists used Dry Recovery Hydrating Shampoo
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will ultra hydating shampoo help dry and flaky scalp
asked 7 years ago
on Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner
11 answers
answer 1
Its pretty good, but I wouldn't use on the scalp too often. I do think it could help... Maybe once a week.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(Reno, nv)
answer 2
I wouldn't say my scalp was overly flaky, but it was very dry and itchy. I do think the Ultra Hydrating may help.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(Durham, NC)
answer 3
I have been using the Volumizing Shampoo and Conditioner and I have had such dry scalp that I don't even want to describe to anyone. I was horrified by it.. it completely helped to clear it up and it has kept my scalp soft and pliable and my hair is so thick and soft. If you use the hydrating conditioner and leave it on for 3-5 minutes, you should have great results. Use it often and let it rest on the heat from your head wrapped in saran wrap and towel for awhile when you have the time.
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answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(Rhinelander, WI)
answer 4
It looks like vanilla pudding in your hand? It sounds like a silly way to put it, but it is that thick and creamy. I normally do not use conditioner daily, but this product is unbelievable! I will use it for the rest of my life.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(Pembine, WI)
answer 5
I have a dry and flaky scalp so I have to be careful about what I use. I find that the Ultra Hydrating formula doesn't irritate my scalp and I don't discover flakes. I also use the Restorative Hair Treatment on my scalp weekly as well.
answered 5 years ago
answer 6
i have flaky scalp and it doesnt help as much as i thought.
answered 5 years ago
answer 7
i don't think so, go to sephora and ask for the brand that treats the scalp, most shampoos only treat the hair. the one that works for my sister who has the same condition as you do is the Rene Furterer line for dry itchy scalp..check it out..
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
answer 8
The best thing for a dry, flaky scalp is to take probiotics. Ancient Chinese secret (I studied Asian Med.): When you improve the flora and function of the intestinal tract you improve the skin. BioK is a great one... but don't take too much the first time! It's quite strong. Live culture yogurts are a great source also.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
(austin, tx)
answer 9
I don't have an itchy scalp when I use t\his product. It's very rich and the shampoo doesn't strip of make hair feel coarse.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
(Forest Hills, NY)
answer 10
YES! It wiped out mine. I went back to Pantene Pro V and and my scalp got dry again so I got head and shoulders but it didnt really help...back to ojon and im back to normal! im never switching again.
answered 6 years, 10 months ago
(Washington, DC)
answer 11
I am not sure. I would get a sample bottle of the product and try like I did. If it does not work for you might try a hair product with teatree oil in it. Ojon offers small samples that you can buy.
answered 7 years ago
(Chico, CA)
is this the same as the ojon ultra hydrating conditioner?
I have used the Ojon ultra hydrating shampoo and conditioner for quite some time and I really like them. I can't find them anymore and I couldn't figure out if this is the same thing with a new name.
asked 4 years, 7 months ago
(Cornelius, OR)
on Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner
6 answers
answer 1
no.. very sad to say no.. not the same as the old formula
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
answer 2
Egads, I am glad to learn of this new formulation, and will not be purchasing a new bottle. The old formula(which I am just now running out of) is so perfect in every way--the scent, the feel of it, the way it makes my hair feel. I am sorely dissapointed that the product is changed and will now have to find a new conditioner. Sob!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Boston, MA)
answer 3
They reformulated the product and the original Ultra Hydrating line has been discontinued. Don't bother trying this new stuff - it is awful and smells terrible. You can get some of the old stuff on e-bay but you will pay through the nose!
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
(Severn, MD)
answer 4
Not even remotely. I loved the old product. The new one is not worth the money. I feel so strongly about this, with my dry, thick, curly (Medusa) hair that I have written to Estee Lauder to beg them to bring the old formula back. (Estee Lauder bought the Ojon brand and changed the formula.)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
(Knoxville, TN)
answer 5
It's not the same. It sucks.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
(Buffalo, NY)
answer 6
No it is not! I am in the same position but I made the mistake of trying the new products and got my feelings hurt. From what I can see (and I have searched high and low) all of the former products have been pulled and replaced by the new ones which have a completely diffrent formula.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
Comparable to Tawaka Conditioner?
For people who had tried the Tawaka conditioner would you say that this product delivers similar amounts of moisture and reduces breakage. I would also like to hear from some relaxed hair folks if possible since that is my current hair type but I any answer would help me.
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
on Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner
4 answers
answer 1
Nope, not comparable to the Tawaka conditioner at all. I found the one that this conditioner replaced worked pretty well in comparison to Tawaka...but that doesn't help now. :)
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
(Ontario Canada)
answer 2
It is as close as Tawaka conditioner as I can find, but honestly Tawaka was better. :(
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
(Fallbrook, CA)
answer 3
I have used the Tawaka Line and I currently use Ultra Hydrating. I have relaxed hair and while I prefer the Tawaka line the Ultra Hydrating line is very good as well. It's not as heavy as the Tawaka line, but my hair still feels hydrated and my scalp isn't irritated. It takes a while to get used to how light the conditioner feels when you put it on, but my hair is still looking and feeling great. If the Tawaka line ever comes back I will switch to it as it's still my favorite, but the Ultra Hydrating products are my second favorite.
answered 5 years ago
answer 4
I have to be honest here...I have not yet tried the Tawaka line of Ojon hair care...I would like to...but in the meantime, I cannot give an educated opinion! However, its worth a try-and since the products have such hydrating, natural ingredients I can't see how they wouldn't be good for a women with chemically treated, relaxed hair.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
(Seattle, WA)
PH of Ojon ultra hydrating condition
Need ph of -5.54.5
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
(Corpus Christi TX)
on Dry Recovery™ Hydrating Conditioner
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