Thursday, November 27, 2014

Product Review: MONAT Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive

As I previously mentioned, I've rallied my younger sister to test out some beauty products for me while I'm in France. She already reviewed the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant, but I had one more product for her to try.

c/o Daphne Logan

The MONAT Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive is a multipurpose oil that can be used on nearly every part of the body, from nails to skin to hair. What's not to love? Well according to Daphne, it seems like everything is to love.
The MONAT Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive is my newest necessity. I am normally skeptical of putting oils in my hair, as I have had scarring experiences with grease quickly overtaking my fine, curly, locks. This product touts a list of ingredients sent from heaven however, including Abyssinian, baobab, buriti, camelia, carrot seed, monoi, meadowfoam, and moringa. (For those of us who aren’t cosmetic chemists, these translate to moisturizing, nourishing, purifying, healing, and protection against pathogens.) I put the Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive on my scalp before showering and on the lower half of my hair after showering, and I was later blessed with smooth, light hair that looked healthier than ever. The next morning, I rubbed the oil under my eyes and along my smile lines for a fresh, rejuvenated, less sleep-deprived look, which served me well for hours. And, what’s more, this unique combination of plants and plant derivatives has an amazing, one-of-a-kind, pick-me-up, citrus-esque scent. (The truth about this product, though, is that you can use it anywhere—I use it as an all-around moisturizer after showering. It actually works wonders.)
A necessity, huh? Maybe it's a good thing she got to test this out in my place! And If you're interested in the MONAT Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive, watch this video to learn even more about it.

c/o Daphne Logan

Thank you to iFabbo for providing the samples that facilitated this discussion.

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