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Restorative Hair Treatment


Restorative Hair Treatment

What it is:A rich, velvety balm that dramatically helps repair damaged hair.What it does:This now legendary, cult classic features Ojon oil, nature's golden elixir, in its purest, most powerful form. After just one treatment, this rich, velvety balm dramatically helps repair damaged hair and increases strength against breakage. A must-have for lifeless, dull, brittle, frizzy, flyaway, or unmanageable hair, this product restores vibrant health to even the most deeply damaged hair.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic Dyes- Phthalates- TriclosanWhat else you need to know:This balm is scented with the creamy, sweet aroma of Tonka Bean, Vetiver, and Benjoin.Research results:In a dry combing study using shampoo and Restorative Hair Treatment, participants saw 64% improvement in the condition of dry, damaged hair after just one treatment.
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Questions & Answers for Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment

Question
What does it smell like?
I love earthy scents and most people don't. I understand that several people have commented on the "smell" but they didn't elaborate on what exactly they smelled. Can anybody tell me what scents they smell?
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Fullerton, CA)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
14 answers
Answers
answer 1
I thought it smelled kind of tobacco-y (not like cigarettes, like cigars, unlit) and a little masculine, but I got this as a sample and was using a tiny bit as a leave in conditioner and my man would always ask if I was wearing perfume and loved the smell (I am not a perfume wearer nor someone who likes strong scents but I do like citrus-y soaps)
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
chs808
(hawaii)
answer 2
It is a very heavy, earthy smell. The best way I would describe it is that it smells like SMOKE, with a bit of pepper, and baby powder underneath.

It's almost a masculine musky smell. The smell is not unpleasant, it just feels like it does not belong on YOU because it isn't exactly a pleasant, flattering odor, it's so harsh and in your face.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
noonieisme
(new joisey)
answer 3
Cigarettes and chocolate.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
jackadoodledo
(va)
answer 4
It smells like coffee infused with gold. I -love- the way it smells, and so does my sweetie, though I've known someone else who hated it. I don't usually like strong scents, and find most perfumed stuff annoying, but I adore the way this stuff works on my hair. I use a tiny little bit as a leave-in, and it smells amazing and rich and relaxing all day.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
herax
(Denver, CO)
answer 5
To me it smelled really earthy and nutty. Sort of musky or incense-y. If you like patchouli, frankincense, sandalwood, you will like it. It didn't smell like cigarette SMOKE, but I could see how someone might think it smells a little bit like the tobacco inside a cigarette.
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answered 4 years, 4 months ago
g0d5m15t4k3
(Columbus, OH)
answer 6
i agree with the others who said cigars! the smell is very strong... since you're putting it all over your hair and have to keep it on for a while.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
trojengrr
(los angeles, CA)
answer 7
smells like a combo of dirt and chocolate.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
Heather007
(beaverton, or)
answer 8
CIGARETTES
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
indy
(NJ)
answer 9
It smells like a blend of cognac and cigars. I happen to love the way it smells! It is strong though and I can see how there is a lot of either " love it or hate it" opinions from people who use it.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
JZLady
(NY NY)
answer 10
I would definitely compare the smell to cigars. BUT, as much as I turn green at the smell of cigar smoke, this product isn't that bad. It has a kind of rich earthy cocoa smell buried under the cigar which I think helps make it much more tolerable. After washing it out of my hair, the smell did not linger at all.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
orangejuli
(Redondo Beach, CA)
answer 11
This smells like cigarette smoke, coffee, and chocolate. Not exactly a bad smell, but very strong. some people may hate it. i find it tolerable, but not amazing.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
karmark
(Denver, CO)
answer 12
This product smells awful! It smells like old wet cigarettes, EXACTLY like old wet cigarettes! Almost unbearable!
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
dmarie
(Westchester, NY)
answer 13
Someone here mentioned "cigar," and I would definitaly say that fits the bill. I could maybe force myself to smell a HINT of chocolate, but not really. The smell is tolerable to me at home, but it's certainly not something I'd want to carry around throughout the day.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
hollyms
answer 14
A really rich cocoa butter.

I use it daily and my husband loves it..
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
skyduchess
(Dallas TX)
Question
How does it work for natural, unpermed, unrelaxed 4b, 4c, hair?
I wear my hair natural and would like to know if this would work for me. I have very dry hair that soaks up everything. From the reviews I see it works for damaged, relaxed, permed, and colored hair, but I don't see anything regarding natural, afor, curly or coiled styes.
asked 5 years, 10 months ago
makeupprincess3
(Dearborn Heights, MI)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
13 answers
Answers
answer 1
I had to look up what you meant by 4b 4c hair but based on my experience I think it would work for you. I have long, wavy, dry hair that is not permed or colored. I also do not even own a curling iron or hair dryer to damage it. I use this all the time as a styling product to calm my normally poofy hair and it works great. Just don't use too much at the roots or you'll plaster your hair to your head. Work the product in from the bottom up.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
kalex
(Bellevue, NE)
answer 2
i have curly hair and it works great. dont use to much it will make hair look greasy and dont put to much at the roots..mostly use for curls on your curls..and its soft and not crunchy..i love it and the extra i just moisturize into my skin..very good stuff..hope this helps...and it does help when you straighten your hair also.just ends...
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
ginaboo
(Derby, Ct)
answer 3
I works beautifully on relaxed hair. It adds just enough oil to leave it soft and glossy, but not greasy.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
coin
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
This product is good for all hair types. even if you are born with perfect hair, this wont hurt to use. It gives your hair so much nutrients. If you have naturally dry hair and curly this with definatly fix that, it will make it more managable and softer. Trust me this is something you absolutly need!!!!
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
ashleigh819
(Palm Desert, CA)
answer 5
I can tell you, this product comes with a little booklet that goes into detail about the ingredients, benefits, etc. It restores chemically damaged hair, but also states that it is recommended for natural hair, as well. Basically, it is powerful enough to improve chemically treated problems, but used on natural hair, it claims to work even better, improving the shine and texture of even already healthy hair. You should definitely try it!
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
Jessparkles1
(Tampa, FL)
answer 6
I've used this product on my long, dry, naturally curly hair, uncolored. I think it works great on dry or damp hair and it doesn't weigh my hair down IF I start with a tiny amount -- like pea-size -- smeared thoroughly between my hands.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
EverywhereGirl
(Spokane, WA)
answer 7
I used it before my hair was colored and still needed it then. It's really necessary for all hair types as all hair suffers damage. Before having my hair streaked, my hair was very oily, but this didn't make it any oilier, just helped it look healthier. I swear by it - I wouldn't be without it no matter what!
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
upears
(Columbia, SC)
answer 8
I too wear my curly hair natural and like you my hair can be very dry, that's why you should try it. You'll see and feel a difference in your hair... also try Ojon's Shampoo, Conditioners and Revitalizing Mist... and if you let your hair air dry the fragrance will infuse to your hair, it smells heavenly.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
Toya
(Kansas City, MO)
answer 9
I am a woman of color and I wear my hair naturally curly. I used this product in my hair once and that was enough for me. As, this product is nothing but hype and it doesn't really deliver anything more than a cheap hot oil treatment does. Also, it has one of the worst smells to it on the planet!
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
Prettychic
(Reserve, Louisiana)
answer 10
My hair is natural and very dry also, but straight. I only use this as a deep conditioning treatment and it's great. The smell is amazing! I wouldn't use it without shampooing your hair after because it makes your hair look somewhat greasy--though it might not be that apparent on curly hair.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
velouria
(Monterey, CA)
answer 11
I have natural dry hair that's coarse and I am East Asian (Chinese), just as you described. It works great as a leave-in conditioner on my type of hair. My girl friend tried my product as a shine enhancer when we traveled to an out-of-town wedding. She had never dyed her hair and it was natural coarse and thick and black and she said it was the best thing she's ever tried and the only thing that worked. Even better than other oils or BioSilk products! The smell is not overpowering at all as the day goes on and I do have a sensitive nose.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
womdu
(san jose, ca)
answer 12
My hair is naturally curly and thick, and it works VERY well. You don't need a lot of product, just a dime-sized amount (I have a LOT of hair), and it works beautifully.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
Kat73
(Franklin, MA)
answer 13
Hi, I'm a natural sister too and this product was ok. For $55 I would not try it. Miss Jessie Curly Butter Cream is very good. Carols Daughter Tui Oli works great on my twist and it smells nice. Hope this helps
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
junkie
(Wilmington, DE)
Question
Does this make your hair grow?
can i use this as a treatment for hair and how long long would i see the results?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
annejo234
(NY)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
No, the only thing that makes your hair grow is genetics. There is no magic product for that!! Try a prenatal vitamin that might help
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
sarahbear25
(Quiet Corner, CT)
answer 2
This product will not make your hair grow, but it does make it a lot softer. If you are trying to grow it, 15000 mcg of Biotin, coupled with a prenatal one a day, is a great was to do it. Just be careful since if you start breaking out it may be due to the Biotin
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
mariathegreat
(Arlington, TX)
answer 3
no- not at all.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
goodcleanfun
(VA Beach, VA)
answer 4
Ojon is used to restore damaged hair or maintain healthy hair. Therefore, if your hair is damaged, then I would say that it does help your hair grow. I would recommend taking it with a daily multivitamin with at least 300 mg of biotin to promote growth at a faster rate. However, you will see the difference in your hair immediately, like in a few days.
answered 3 years ago
milkchocolate
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 5
This product really is not intended to make your hair grow faster, but the healthier your scalp is, the more likely your hair is to grow and grow healthy at that.
answered 3 years ago
ladymuerta
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 6
I haven't been using the product long enough to notice.
answered 3 years ago
merka
(Deerfield Beach, Florida)
answer 7
I'm not sure about making it grow but it keeps the split ends at bay and my hair is growing like I was in High School.....When my daughter and I go to get our hair trimmed everyone thinks it must have been recently trimmed. It just keeps our hair in great shape. It's a great all over moisturizer!
answered 3 years ago
beachroad
(San Clemente CA)
answer 8
No. It's just supposed to be something to make your hair nicer.
answered 3 years ago
bobbiejane
(Buffalo, NY)
Question
Why doesn't it feel smooth after washing out?
You know how most hair masks, after rinsing it out it leaves your hair feeling very soft and brushable? Am I the only one who feels it makes it more tangly at first?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
Anonymous
(va)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
7 answers
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answer 1
A lot of masques and conditioners contain silicones, which make your hair feel smooth and silky when wet but do not really help your hair at all. With the exception of very fine hair, most hair does not feel ultra silky when wet, even if it's really healthy. Because this product does not contain silicones it will not feel ultra silky when you are washing it out, but that will all change once it's dry!
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
wholelottalove
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
Mine has felt like that once after I used it, but I think it was because I had done it too recently (less than a week earlier). Maybe try using it less often or using less of the product when you put it on? Most of the time it feels thicker or stronger when I'm washing it out, not necessarily that creamy feeling like from conditioning masks, and then soft and silky when it's dry.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
litchick07
(Maryland)
answer 3
Definitely!! I had a ton of hair come out, just as I was applying the product!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kjky
(Richmond,VA)
answer 4
Yes, my hair was tangly after rinsing the product out and then shampooing. I thought that I would be able to skip my conditioner with this product, but that was definitely not the case.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
kncampbell
(Muncie, IN)
answer 5
No you are not the only one.
This honestly did nothing for my hair and I have returned it.
I used it overnight twice, and I saw no results. I followed the directions to a T.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
makeupjunkienew
(Fort Myers, FL)
answer 6
I have no problems with it, make sure to apply it to dry hair (water and oil do not mix well) and make sure that it is not clumped, you have to either rub the conditioner between your palms or use a blow dryer to melt it and turn it to its liquid/oil form. Hope these tips help you :)
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
megleanora
(Lawrence, Ma)
answer 7
My hair did feel pretty tangly while it was still wet. Maybe because the oils are a bit sticky? The feeling went away as soon as my hair started to dry, though.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
jenb99
(Arlington, TX)
Question
Is the comb really worth more than $30!?
I am a little dumbstruck by the difference in price between the treatment with the comb and the treatment without the comb. I'd like to try the treatment and the comb looks like a nice way to apply it, but...holy smokes! That's a huge price difference!
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
slickitty
(Washington, DC)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
As everyone else has pointed out it is the difference in sizes. If you just want to try it buy a discovery kit. You get a mini shampoo & conditioner, another product, and a mini of this. If you like everything you did good and ended up with travel size products, if not, you can return them just keep your receipt. The other alternative is to buy it off eBay, but no returns if you don't like it!
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
jayk
(LA, CA)
answer 2
If you take another look-it's not $30 for the comb, the product size is 4.6oz ($55) instead of 1.5oz (for $21).
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
haden21
(Boulder, CO)
answer 3
You TOTALLY don't need the comb! Skip it, baby, and buy a NARS blush with the savings. lol
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
rabeccalynne
(Maricopa AZ)
answer 4
Thank you all. I'm a bonehead for not noticing the difference in size.

I appreciate that!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
slickitty
(Washington, DC)
answer 5
I didn't even use the comb.....I used my hands to apply the treatment to my hair.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
jenharris
(St. louis, MO)
answer 6
The difference in price is not because of the comb. It is a larger size and you are getting more than double the amount. The comb isn't the greatest for applying (fingers work better as you have to warm the product in your hands anyways) but it is helpful in scooping the product out of the container. The product is well worth the money.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
anjeleyes
(Hampshead, NH)
answer 7
the product sizes are different.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
Anonymous
Question
Can this be used on damp hair?
I tried this a few years ago... absolutely loved it but I have masses of curly hair (3 b) and I used half a jar to saturate my entire head of hair, so I took it back. Considering another try but only if it can be used on freshly shampooed hair.
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
athena
(R)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I have a head full of thick 3a/b curls as well, and I also found myself using half the jar. You can use it on damp hair but wring it out really well first, so it's just damo enough to help the product spread. Some other tricks I've found were to spoon some in a bowl and then microwave it for half a minute, it becomes completely liquid and easy to spread. Also, sometimes I only use it on the driest parts of my hair, if I made sure to saturate my scalp as the box suggests I'd probably use up the whole tub. You don't really need to saturate your hair with this to see great results.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
wholelottalove
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
iT JUST FINE TO USE ON DAMP HAIR AS LONG AS YOUR HAIR ISNT DRIPPING WET IT WILL TAKE.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
lovely1reigns
(Pasadena, Ca)
answer 3
Hi all, thank you for your answers. I gather ojon is meant to be used on dry hair... which is why I can't use it. I have a ton of 3b hair. Even if I liquefy this, it still requires far too much product to work through dry hair. For the time being, I've returned to a bimonthly application of coconut oil to dry hair... wrapped in a towel overnight with a rinse in the am. Since Organic Coconut oil is far less expensive, I can apply very liberally without worrying about all the dollars spent for each treatment. Kind regards
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
athena
(SoCal)
answer 4
There is no need to 'saturate' your entire head with this stuff. If you want to use it on damp, freshly washed hair, just use a small (pea sized)amount and keep it on the ends and middle of your hair. Don't get it near the roots at all. Then blow dry...thats it.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
audreym
(Boston,ma)
answer 5
You can try. But since Ojon is an oil, oil and water naturally separate.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
natia5
(Calgary)
answer 6
I use this on dry hair. Dirty or freshly cleansed. I always sleep in it then wash it out the next morning. it will make a world of difference.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
starlett412
answer 7
I use it daily - and not always on freshly shampooed hair. I have thick, coarse hair, and I don't use that much of the product. When I rub my hands together and the product turns into an oil, I don't have to use a lot. Try it again!
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
erlybird
(New York, NY)
Question
How does the differ from the previous version?
I notice that this is advertised as "New" and is cheaper than original hair treatment, but other than that it seems to be the same product...how does it differ? And if it is significantly different, what happened to the original version?

Thanks
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
dhpw87
(NY)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I still have the old box and had received the new product a few days ago. The first few ingredients (ingredients are always listed in order of most to least) are the same. However, the new product has several additional ingredients, which are listed - the are the ones listed right before 'lecithin'. I'd ordered the new before I ran out of the old (which I love!) to compare the two. The new seems to have a slightly less distinctive smell and a slightly lighter colour (and no comb, as someone noted). The texture, to me, seems lighter. As for the results- I seemed to have used less (I've dry, coarse hair), and have not noted a significant difference.

However, I will say that I used to like the Restorative Spray, which is now the Dry Hair something....I do not like the new formulation at all. Perhaps, when it is not 4AM EST, I will write a cogent review for this, as well as the other Ojon re-vamps.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
jsrdavis
(Jackson Heights, NY)
answer 2
It still is the 100% Ojon Oil, so I'm wondering if they tamed down the smokey smell it contains. That's the only difference I seemed to have noticed. The other thing I noticed is that this "new" Ojon treatment also does not contain the wide toothed comb that was in the old ones.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
shefilms12
(Moorhead, MN)
answer 3
I think it's only because of the smaller size that is offered now.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
vargasgirl
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
They ruined it as far as I am concerned. It used to be nice and thick and had a wonderful smell. Now it is like water and it does nothing for my hair. I have bleached very processed hair, but you could never tell it because I used this whole line of products, but not anymore, I returned my whole last shipment. When I did, the store clerk told me that everyone that used to be faithful to this product is returning it. Very sad
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
beladonna
(Fresno, Ca.)
answer 5
Okay, makes sense, thanks for the answers.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
dhpw87
(NY)
answer 6
it's the same product , i buy it yesterday and i ask the same Q.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
annepaola
(San Diego, CA)
answer 7
i could be wrong but looking at this i think it is the exact same thing. they must have revamped all their products....i see everything in the ojon line is listed as "new" as of right now. from what i can tell, the only reason it's cheaper is because the biggest size here is 3.1 oz. the one i have right now is 4.6 oz and that was around $50
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
wildhoney
(NJ)
Question
Can I use this product as an overnight hair treatment?
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
sirenphoenix
(Langhorne, PA)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
Well, the other people certainly covered that this can be used as an overnight treatment. I just wanted to say that it actually works much better if you leave it on overnight. The first time I used it I only left it on for 20 minutes and the change wasn't so remarkable. But when I left it on overnight, my hair looked shinier, healthier, with all splitends and flyaways completely tamed. So you definitely should use it as an overnight treatment for maximun effectiveness. The results are worth enduring the smell. Hope this helps! :)
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
artemisgem
(Lincoln, NE)
answer 2
This product can be used as an overnight treatment, a deep conditioner, a daily hairdressing product. It has multiple uses.
You can use on wet hair with a shower cap for deep conditioning or put on overnight and wash out, or use a smaller amount as a daily product.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
ladybugvina
(waldorf, md)
answer 3
Yes, absolutely. Wrap hair in a scarf, and leave on overnight. I used to use a little after shampooing as a leave in conditioner, before the scent changed from the original yummy one to the current awful one.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
khalique
(Michigan)
answer 4
yes
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
newyorklover
(brooklyn N.Y.)
answer 5
Yes, you absolutely can. I was told by the representative at Sephora that you will get the best results by this method.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
babe4beauty
(Michigan)
answer 6
Yes absolutely. In the instructions it states that you can. I used it as an overnight treatment last night and then just washed it out in the morning. My hair feels great.

The only downside is that your pillows will smell like this stuff. Definitely wrap your head or use a pillow case that you don't care for.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
traff
(Columbus, OH)
answer 7
Yes! I use this as an over night treatment usually right after I get my color done. Just wash WELL in the morning.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
hksfinancial
(Vancouver, BC)
Question
ojon or fekkai protein rx reparative treatment mask?
I have natural brown straight long hair. It is weakened by winter and I wonder which product will be more effective for dry, split ends and hair growth?
asked 4 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
on Restorative Hair Treatment
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I found the Ojon Restorative Hair treatment to be a great product for mending split ends, adding shine to both dry and normal,healthy hair. It works great at taming fly-aways and controlling static,too.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
jd123
(NJ)
answer 2
I'm using this product to help me grow my hair out and I have to say it's really awesome! Winters where I live can get awfully dry but I don't think I'll have any issues using this. I used it last about a week ago and my hair is still in top-notch shape!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
gudawash
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)
answer 3
I have tried a lot of products, including Fekkai and I think Ojon works the best.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
barron
(Niskayuna, NY)
answer 4
Ojon for sure. I have used Fekkai products & was unimpressed. I am 63 years old & have been mistreating my hair for years - coloring, sun, chlorinated pool, blow-drying - & Ojon's products make my hair feel soft, strong & healthy. Fekkai actually seems to make my hair feel more dry & brittle. Plus I prefer the scent of the Ojon products.
answered 4 years ago
forestgirl
(Ocala National Forest FL)
answer 5
i dont know about the hair growth, but as far as hydration, this will do the job. my friend got a bad perm. her hair fell out and all. completely fried. after a few months of serious ojon treatment her hair was better then before. cant beat that with a stick.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
helloskyekitty
(Ville Platte, LA)
answer 6
OJON
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
indy
(NJ)
Question
How much to use
How do you use this product? I have long wavy curly hair past my shoulders. I "saturated" my hair with the product as it recommended but it's taken 6 shampoos to get the product out and not have greasy hair anymore. I slept in it overnight and also applied heat. How much do you recommend using for longer hair?
asked 4 years, 8 months ago
Anonymous
(WDC)
on Restorative Hair Treatment
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
1 to 2 teaspoons
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
alex96
(Frederick, MD)
answer 2
I have long curly hair and use very little. All you have to do is warm it up in your hands and apply a very light coat through out the entire hair otherwise you will be stuck with grease head for ages. Less is always better, You can always add more later if you feel it isn't enough
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
emcg1029
(Jamaica, NY)
answer 3
No answer for long hair my hair is short and I do not use chemicals in my hair I wear it natural wavy curls.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
hairpuller
(Farmington Hills, MI)
answer 4
I have long curly hair and I used 1/2 of the trial size I recieved. It does not take a lot. You have to work it through your hair. I would not recommend leaving it in overnight. Apply for 20 min to 1 hour and you should not have any problems getting this product out. Dont over saturate your hair. A little goes a long way.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
barron
(Niskayuna, NY)
answer 5
DO NOT USE SO MUCH, IT COMES OUT OF MY SHOULDR LENGTH HAIR, BY WASHING TWICE. AND I ALSO HAVE THICK HAIR, AND VERY DRY, CUT BACK AND USE LESS PRODUCT AT ONE TIME. IF YOU USE IT OVER NIGHT AND SLEEP WITH IT ON, YOU MIGHT MAKE OUT BETTER, OF COURSE USE A CAP, WHILE SLEEPING DO NOT USE HEAT. I HOPE THAT ANSWERS YOUR ISSUES.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
indy
(NJ)
answer 6
My boyfriend has a slightly oily scalp, so I have him use it sparingly towards the roots and concentrate more of it on the ends and his hair isn't greasy/oily after the 1st shampoo. I don't have an oily scalp, so by saturating my hair, it helps tame the flyaways/frizz. I also use it to concentrate on areas of my scalp that might be drier than others and leave it on overnight...but, I don't recommend it for someone that has and oily scalp/oily hair.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
makanani
(Kailua, Hawaii)
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