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Ojon Rare Harvest Tawaka cleanser & conditioner

February 16, 2007

Ojon Rare Harvest Tawaka cleanser & conditioner is a limited quantity duo rich in antioxidants that cleanses, conditions, repairs and nourishes the hair and skin. The cleanser is a three-in-one hair, face and body cleanser that leaves damaged skin and hair restored, soft, smooth and shiny as it gently cleanses and thoroughly nourishes. The no-tear formula restores the oils that hair and skin lose over time without leaving a residue, and gently removes makeup without stripping hair color or natural oils from hair or skin.

The conditioner for face, body and hair combines the nourishing benefits of Ojon palm nut oil to restore hair with the intensive hydrating properties of the Tawaka blend. The in-shower hair, scalp and body conditioning treatment is quickly and thoroughly absorbed, leaving damaged hair restored, detangled, soft and shiny, while it repairs, hydrates and nourishes the skin. More info: www.ojon.com.
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