Orofluido Asia Zen Control Hair Care Line

By Monday, May 23, 2016 , , , , , , , ,

Orofluido Asia Zen Control is a hair care line intended of those who suffer from dry and frizzy hair. Specially fomulated with ingredients known in Asia to help tame frizzy hair due to humidity, this line smells great as well as feels great when you use it.

Tsubaki Oil helps with frizz control, it making the hair soft and manageable
(oh and shiny too). Bamboo Extract adds strength and elasticity to the hair. Finally Rice Oil helps nourish and smooth, preventing split ends and giving you hair that is soft and smooth.

The shampoo is slightly creamy and lathers richly. My hair never felt stripped or dry when using it (which is fantastic). The lather was very luxurious but not over the top, somehitng that just felt nourishing and rich. I feel I never need to much of it when I use it, a little goes quite far.

The conditioner has a pump ( a nice idea I would like to see in the shampoo too) so I never squirted too much out, which is always a good thing with me. It is rich and creamy, more on the thicker side. I found if I used too much my hair could be left feeling slightly heavy. When using it I try to keep away from my scalp to avoid that heavy feeling and it has been working out great for me. I really enjoy this conditioner.

The Elixir is a post washing oil that you add to towel dried hair. For the past few weeks it has been the only product I have been adding to my hair after washing it, my hair has been left so much more soft and manageable. Just don't over do it, that's my only warning about it (but that goes for all hair oils).

It also has the added benefit of being a treatment. If you put it quite a bit into your dry hair before bed and wash it out in the morning it can be a great pre-was oil. You can also leave it in for 10-20 minutes before washing if that is easier for you. Either way my hair really absorbed the oil well and always looked great after using it as a pre-wash treatment.

The Elixir bottle has a small opening in it, so you have to shake it to get it out, I always feel like I am trying to get malt vinegar on my fires when I do this since the bottle is made of glass and shaking really is the only way to get it out. I really like the quality and look of the glass bottle and would not change it at all.
Finally the mask is a great treatment for once or twice a week. I have such fried hair that I love a good mask. I found this one left my hair feeling really nice and nourished and not any heavier then the conditioner did. My hair is always really nice and manageable after using it.

Since my hair has been short it has gotten more wavy, and sometimes curly. I find that after working in the humid environment that I do I can get a lot of frizz surrounding the top of my head and that I can get out of control waves. Since I started to use the Orofludio Asia Zen Control line, my waves look better and that my hair is far less out of control though out the day. It has been an improvement to say the least.

I also enjoy the fragrance quite a lot, the Asian Zen Control line is supposed to speak to the whole experience of having your hair being done, so fragrance is a large part of it. My friend Kelly says it reminds her of Armani Code, which I am not familiar with, but I do enjoy the fragrance of these products quite a bit.

Have you suffered from Frizzy, Dry and/or Damaged hair? What type of products do you like to tackle those issues?

* this product was sent to me for review, all views and opinions are my own.