As the season changes, so does the skincare products that I use. I don’t mind sticking to my holy-grail(s) except my skin is quite sensitive with the weather variation and I have no choice but to adapt and try something new. The way I see it, if I don’t try to substitute an old product that I have been so used to, I will never know if another one will work just as good or even better. Of course not all of it is a success as I have encountered a few duds too. Hence the reason why I blog so I can document my experiences as well as opinion.
On this post I am featuring Monat’s Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive with invigorating blend of 11(+) unique molecular ingredients that immitate the body’s natural oils. A revolutionary product that ensures a replenished hair as well as skin.
The product came in a well designed packaging. Same goes for the bottle/vial that holds the product. Honestly I’m a sucker for products that comes in unique look. Unique and cute packaging easily captures my attention, and to top it all it makes me want to try or buy a product too.
Here’s a closer look of Rejuveniqe by Monat …
Monat Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive
Skin: definitely a product that I would keep handy on my pouch. I tend to wash my hands often and use alcohol or hand sanitizers that tends to over-dry my skin. I do have a hand cream but not as moisturizing as this product. Never have I imagined using a liquid base moisturizer for my hands – until now.
Hair: my hair is quite thin and flat so I was quite hesitant to use it all over my hair. I finally figured that I can just squeeze a few drops on my hand and spread on the tips as well as the body of my hair while avoiding the roots. Worked like a charm as it added a beautiful shine without weighing my hair down.
Overall: as an oil-based product, I was expecting it to be thick and sticky. Surprisingly the liquid isn’t heavy at all. In fact its quite watery and yes … moisturizing too!
Abyssinian is the key ingredient in Rejuveniqe’s “Oil Intensive” formula. The crambe abyssinica plant produces and inedible oil called native to central Africa, it’s a rare and unique combination of fatty acids prized for their ability to do everything from mimic the effects of silicon for unbeatable shine; lubricate the hair deep into the follicle; and protect and coat each strand
Abyssinian (oil) comes from the seeds of Crambe Abyssinica, a plant native to central Africa. Oil content of the grain contains 55-60% erucic acid.
Baobab is cold pressed from the seeds of baobab fruit trees growing from the arid climates of India and Africa. Rich in vitamins A, E, F and sterols.
Buriti (an Amazonian Beauty Secret) an oil extracted from Moriche palm fruit is high in vitamin A and is well known for its soothing qualities.
Camelia (tea-seed oil) is the actual green tea oil that comes from the seeds of Camellia sinensis. Contains up to 88 percent of fatty acids, vitamin E and antioxidants.
Carrot Seed extract contains active constituents of three flavones: luteolin, luteolin 3′-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside and luteolin 4′-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside. This oil works great as a sunscreen too.
Monoi (fragrance oil) comes from infusing the petals of Tahitian gardenias or also known as Tiaré flowers in coconut oil.
Meadowfoam oil is extracted from the seeds of Limnanthes alba and contains 20-30% oil as well as over 98% long chain fatty acids.
Moringa oil is extracted from the seeds of Moringa Oleifera Tree which are extremely rich in phytonutrients.
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