Biore Charcoal Face Mask and Ojon oil

Nothing says beautiful quite like a blue face and hard hair.


These two beauty tricks may not look appealing at first, but the end result makes it all worth while.

For the past month, I’ve been trying out Biore Self Heating one Minute Mask and the Ojon Damage Reverse Restorative Hair Treatment Plus

to see how well they work on my face and hair.

The Ojon Damage Reverse hair treatment is used for dry, damaged hair that needs a quick boost of hydration.

The Ojon application is simple.

First, you take about a teaspoon and a half of the cream into your hands and rub them together so that the heat will turn it into an oil.


Distribute the oil evenly from root to tip and comb through it. Depending on how damaged your hair is, you leave it in for 20 minutes. For overly dry hair, you can use it overnight. After the 20 minutes is up, rinse and shampoo your hair and enjoy the results! It’s recommended to use weekly. I found the Ojon oil at Sephora and you can also buy it online here.


I researched the Biore Self Heating one Minute Mask  prior to purchasing it and I found a lot of mixed reviews. The mask is great for cleaning your pores and has natural charcoal inside the mask. It claims to purify pores 2.5 times better and is oil free.

It’s a super easy process and literally takes one minute.

First, you remove your makeup and wet your face. Use your fingers to apply the mask and massage it for about one minute. As you massage it, you’ll feel it heat up for a bit. After the one minute has passed, wash your face thoroughly.

You can use this product two to three times a week.

The results were incredible for me. Left my face super soft and fresh for hours after the application. Based on the reviews I read prior, I believe this is a great product for people who don’t have overly sensitive skin.

It’s definitely a product I will consistently use. I bought this product at a local Walgreens but they are available at almost every store right now.


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