I like to use Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive as more of a nighttime treatment as using it daily on my dry hair can weigh it down a bit. If you have thicker, longer hair, this may not be an issue for you. After a shower or bath, when my hair is still damp, I apply a few drops around my hairline and a few more massaged into my entire scalp. I also add a few to the midshaft and ends of my hair, concentrating on the very ends of my hair. Then I loosely twist my hair into a clip and sleep with it in and just rinse out for my morning shower. Since I've been using this product, my hair has totally transformed into sleek, shiny, healthy hair AND the best part is I have been able to stretch the time between trims due to my ends being much less damaged and dried. If you are growing out your hair, I highly recommend introducing this oil into your routine. Plus, it smells like fresh orange peels and makes me feel like I'm at the spa!
How it works:
- •Protects skin and hair from damaging environmental influence
- •Helps naturally replenish sebum (the skin and scalp’s natural oils)
- •Alleviates dehydration caused by harsh cleaners and styling products
- •Replenishes the hair and skin by absorbing quickly and completely
- •Delivers significant shine, strength and manageability
Abyssinian: The Key ingredient in Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive. 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.
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.
This oil is so pure and high-quality, that it can also be used on the skin. I have used a very small amount and applied it to my clean face and neck as well as used a tiny bit as a cuticle oil. I also love it for my dry elbows and knees.
Lastly, I wanted to tell you about the shampoo and conditioner I had the pleasure of testing. These two babies were real 'show stoppers' for me. I was completely expecting to just try them and get nice products that smelled nice but not much above and beyond that. Plus, I was a bit skeptical of the "leave in" conditioner which was a cream or lotion-like consistency because I was wary of it weighing my hair down. The only leave-in conditioners I've used have been weightless, spray-in types and I've never been completely impressed. Let's start with the shampoo:
Apprehensively, upon exit of the shower and gently towel blotting my hair, I applied a dime to nickel size amount of the leave-in conditioner you see here:
In summary, these products are definitely worth the hype. This is a prime example of high-quality products doing exactly what they say they will. I haven't yet had the opportunity to try the other lines they offer, but if they're anything as great as the Oil Intensive and the Renew Shampoo and Conditioner, then we definitely have a winning product line on our hands.