I'm currently debating between two products. One I've tried (and loved) before, and a new one which I really want to try. Let's break it down:
Philip Kinsley Elasticizer Extreme:
Elasticizer Extreme is targeted at a very specific hair type: extremely dry, porous and very thirsty! Specifically formulated for African-Caribbean or Caucasian hair that is exceptionally processed and damaged, this product provides instant replenishment, hydration and nourishment.Elasticizer Extreme has all the moisturizing ingredients of Elasticizer, with higher active doses of the components that can really make a difference to very dry, porous and thirsty hair.OJON Restorative Treatment:
64% improvement in the condition of dry, damaged hair after just 1 treatment*.This clinically proven cult classic is fortified with nature's powerful golden elixir, a rare powerful natural ingredient that's rich in essential lipids similar to those found in healthy hair. After just one treatment, this rich, velvety balm dramatically helps restore vibrant health and high-gloss shine to even the most damaged hair. Hair is soft, silky and manageable. Formulated without Preservatives, Water, Artificial Color and SiliconesBoth products are on the pricey end and make great claims on what they can do for the hair. One has a consistency like that of a conditioner (Elasticizer) the other is like a rich, oil-based pomade. Honestly I want both but I have to prioritize based on what my hair needs most.
I'm leaning towards OJON because I think it could add some much needed nourishment especially now that the weather is changing & the air is dryer. I remember the days when I'd melt some OJON into my strands at the start of my wash day routine and would finish the day with well nourished hair. I long for that experience again.
But, at the same time, I wonder what a product with a name like "Elasticizer Extreme" would feel like as a pre-poo.
Has anyone out there tried the Elasticizer?