Review: Monat Rejuvenique Intensive Oil #Rejuveniqe

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rejuvenique intensive oilRecently I was able to try out a new facial oil that has specifically been designed to be one of the most luxurious, revolutionary and intensive oils around. It contains 11 unique molecular ingredients that mimic the body’s own natural oils (lipids). Monat’s Rejuvenique Intensive Oil contains the following oils: Abyssinian, Baobab, Buriti, Camellia, Meadowfoam, Carrot Seed, Monoi, and Moringa. The formula is patent pending. It reduces dry and brittle hair texture, leaving it looking soft and silky. An exclusive blend of vitamins and minerals combat oxidative stress. 

The formula improves follicle strength, boosts natural hair growth, reduces inflammation that causes hair thinning and stimulates the scalp. The proactive amino acids repair and replace essential nutrients to help grow longer, fuller, stronger, younger looking hair in 90 days. And, it comes with a 90 day guarantee that if you are not happy with the results you can return it. It works great on color treated hair and is also safe to use on extensions. This oil can be used on the skin too. It helps with extremely dry, rough skin, leaving it looking nourished, soft and healthy looking. 

The key ingredient in this oil is from the Abyssinian plant. This plant provides a rare and unique combination of fatty acids that help lubricate the hair, protect strands and leave it soft and shiny. The Baobab tree is rich in anti-oxidant palmitic acid and Vitamin F. The Buriti palm, also known as the Tree of Life, contains large amounts of beta carotene that moisturizes and nourishes the hair and skin. Camellia, tea-seed oil, is ultra-hydrating and has large amounts of Vitamin E and polyphenols It helps to clean the scalp and pampers dry skin and hair. Carrot Seed is rich in Vitamin A, Alpha Linoleic Acid and anti-inflammatory protectants. It conditions the hair and scalp. Monoi, from Tahiti has Omega 3 fatty acids that heal damaged skin, hair and promotes hair growth. The Meadowfoam oil contains Omega 9 fatty acids that help give shine and sheen to the hair. Moringa oil has been used since the ancient Egyptians and nourishes the skin and hair. It has anti-oxidants and Vitamin E. This oil combats skin fatigue and cleans and purifies the scalp.

I love how this oil just sinks into the skin. I have used it on my face for my dry skin and on my hair too. My hair is damaged from coloring so it does need some TLC. The best way to use this oil on hair is to use as a pre-shampoo treatment. Apply a generous amount to hair then leave on for around 15 minutes, shampoo and rinse out. Hair will be so soft, shiny and you will not need any conditioner or really any styling products. It can also be used after shampooing as a conditioning treatment. Apply to damp hair, then place a towel over hair. Leave on for 30 minutes. Shampoo and rinse. Hair will be shiny and soft. Style as usual. Use as an anti-frizz treatment too, just apply a small amount to damp hair and work throughout hair. Style as usual. For skin, apply on skin after cleansing and let sink in prior to moisturizer. Can also be used on any area of skin that need extra moisture, such as elbows, knees or feet. 

Monat Rejuvenique Intensive Oil retails for $99.00 for a 1 fl.oz./30 ml bottle and is available from Like Monat on Facebook:; Follow Monat on Twitter:@monatofficial; Follow Monat on Instagram:; Subscribe to Monat on YouTube:; Follow Monat on Pinterest: and Follow Monat on Google+:

Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis

I Am THE Makeup Junkie


(This item was sent for consideration)


  1. It sounds like a great product. I am always on the look out for new hair products. Thanks :)
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  2. what is the complete list of ingredients, you listed potential good ones, i am sure there are plenty of bad ones as well. do you have the full list of ingredients to research the overall safety of the product

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