Can’t Live Without: Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser Shampoo

Unfortunately I have an unfortunate scalp. If its not being oily, its being all sensitive and flaky. Its a hard scalp to look after – I know that I shouldn’t be washing it everyday but I can’t stand greasy hair. But at the same time I am stripping my scalp each time.

So, there’s the dry shampoo! I’ve tried quite a few – Bumble & Bumble’s Hair Powder I found a bit tricky to use because of the dye (brown streaks down my forehead!), Baptise is ok but chalky heaven on my brown hair (also takes away any shine).

So I thought I’d share with you my Dry Shampoo love I’ve had for over a year – the only one I will actually use and be able to leave the house with. Ojon Rub Out Dry Cleanser:

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You spray it on (its an aerosol), it smells gorgeous and although theres still the powder element, its so fine that I don’t get any white residue in my hair or my scalp. It doesn’t kill the shine in an instant either.

You spray it in and give it a little rub (rather than brushing out) with, say, a towel.

They say:

Ojon® Rub-Out™ Dry Cleanser Our award-winning dry cleanser treats hair and scalp by instantly “”erasing”" impurities, excess oil and product. Formulated with Amazonian White Clay, Silk Powder, Rice and Potato Starches.

Mmm I love it, is smells good, I’d highly recommend it if you struggle with other Dry Shampoos and have dark hair like me. Its £16 from John Lewis. Costs more than Baptiste at 99p but its really very good.

What about you? Do you dry shampoo?

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Comments

  1. I completly agree. I lov e the Ojon dry shampoo. Its the only one I’ve tried but love it. My reason is completly different from yours though. I can’t stand the smell of ciggerette smoke. My parents smoke and I tend to visit them a lot. So when I leave their house, I spray some in my hair and then smell is gone!

  2. I use Batiste, but not very often, but it doesn’t look powdery because I have blonde hair. They’ve released some new ones that are coloured (brown and black) so you avoid the whole grey hair scenario.
    I used to use a Lee Stafford one but the can never lasted long and I didn’t like the smell, I also thought it didn’t actually do much good, felt like it was making my hair worse.

  3. This will sound crazy, but I’ve discovered that using silica powder (like MUFE HD) in my hair is an awesome alternative to dry shampoo. I just dust a small amount at the roots with a powder brush and brush it through really well, and it makes it look like new. It does take away a bit of shine, but it leaves it with a kind of neat looking semi-matte softness that’s hard to describe. It doesn’t leave my hair looking gray unless I use too much. I get at least one compliment on my hair every single time I use it. So, try it sometime. :D

    Other than that, I have used Batiste, but I don’t like the smell at all.

  4. I like Ojon, but I wish it wasn’t in a spray form, the nozzle keeps clogging up…Dry shampoos are such a life saver though! No more walking around with greasy hair..

  5. I may look into this as the Oscar Blandi one is getting on my nerves (especially the fake ‘fresh lemon verbena’ fragrance)

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