Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Precious Remedies for the Hair

This week I received the new Tawaka collection from Ojon. This natural, one-of-a kind hair care line uses a secret blend of ingredients that include the rare wild “savage” Tawaka cacao and the exotic Ojon oil, both harvested from the rainforest of the Mosquitia region in Central America. The Tawaka trio is intensively moisturizing and anti-oxidant-rich, ideal for all hair and skin types but especially good for dry, damaged aging hair and skin. These products will restore the precious oils that your hair and skin loses over time.

Ancient Tribal Rejuvenating Cleanser
This cleanser can be used to wash your hair, remove makeup, clean your face or in the shower as a body wash – how versatile! It smells so good, a lovely light scent of chocolate and it leaves my hair clean, very soft and super shiny.

Ancient Tribal Rejuvenating Conditioner
I really liked this scalp and body conditioning treatment. It too smelt delicious, but not overpowering. The thick pudding-like conditioner absorbed into my hair quickly and washed out nicely to leave my hair soft and shiny.

My hair is not overly dry or damaged so I was a little concerned that I may find my hair weighed down or greasy from these two products. This was not the case at all - my hair has been feeling beautifully rejuvenated.

Ancient Tribal Rejuvenating Cream
This product is really multi-functional and can be used as a skin moisturizer for your dry body parts, as a base for makeup, for the ultimate in deep conditioning for hair, as a leave in treatment, a styling aid, a smoother for dry hair.

This very rare, 99% natural, anti-oxidant-rich blend is quickly and thoroughly absorbed into the skin, helping to protect aging skin against free-radical damage, while increasing skin firmness, elasticity and vital hydration.

This cream has a body butter consistency and smooths over the skin, soaking in and relieving the dryness of elbows, knees and feet. I love applying this just before bed and waking up to soft skin.

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