Winter cold, means dry hair. This is something everyone experiences and I am no exception. When I was given opportunity to review the hydrating Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive from Monat, I jumped at the opportunity.
The Key ingredient in Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive is Abyssian Oil. From the crambe abyssinica plant 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.
This oil can be used daily, and is absorbed quickly by the hair follicle. It seals, coats, ndd boosts shine to your strands allowing it to stand protected against environmental factors. It also contains other natural oils to provide nutrients, fatty acids, and antioxidants that your hair craves to stay strong and grow in a healthy manor. The other ingredients include:
- Baobab: The renowned baobab trees have grown for centuries in the arid climates of India and Africa, and its exotic oil from the tree’s seeds are rich in antioxidant-rich palmitic acid and Vitamin F.
- Buriti: The fruit of Africa’s Moriche palm – known as the Tree of Life – is one of the world’s richest sources of beta-carotene, which moisturizes and nourishes.
- Camelia: Also known as tea-seed oil, it’s ultra-hydrating oil responsibly harvested from China that cleans the scalp and pampered dry stands thanks to its abundance of Vitamin E and polyphenols.
- Carrot Seed: Specially sourced from the mountains of Switzerland, it’s rich in Vitamin A to condition the scalp, plus Alpha Linolenic Acid for anti-inflammatory protection.
- Monoi: Selectively sourced from the warm tropics of Tahiti, it’s a restorative oil rich in Omega 3 and fatty acids to heal damage and promote growth from the root.
- Meadowfoam: This oil is sourced right from the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Named for its flowers’ resemblance to white foam on the ocean, meadowfoam oil is another outstanding source of Omega 9 fatty acids for shine and sheen.
- Moringa: Ancient Egyptians prized Moringa Oil for its nourishing properties, thanks to antioxidants and Vitamin E, which help combat skin fatigue, plus clean and purify the scalp.
I used the oil on my hair almost daily for about 1 month on both curly and straight hair. The oil was certainly hydrating, and eliminated frizz quickly and efficiently. It even soothed my scalp, and reduced any dryness and irritation I obtained after heat styling.
When I used on my straight hair, I only needed 1 pump of oil for my entire head. When my hair was curly, I needed about 10 to 15 pumps, or 2 per section of separated hair. Because I needed so much more for my curls, I ran out of the oil a little less than a month in. This is a VERY RARE circumstance. I have used so many oils over the past 2 years, it is never a good sign to run out so quickly, even with the hydration I achieved. And for a price of $99, I was expecting it to last a lot longer than it did.
I can not say that I was disappointed in the results, because my hair did recover during the time I used the product. I am however disappointed with the quantity provided at the price it is sold. If I were to use it again, I would not use it on my curls and only during the period where my hair is straightened so I can extend it’s shelf life in my cabinet.
If you would like to try the Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive, you can purchase it online for $99, or $84 if you sign up to be a VIP customer through Monatglobal.com.
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