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Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive : A Natural Multi-Tasker

November 21, 2014
Multi-Tasking Beauty Oil, Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive Review, Natural Beauty Oil, Beauty Oil

I'm very big on using oil in my beauty routine these days. I use oil to wash my face as well as to moisturize my face and body. I also use it on my hair as a conditioner and styling treatment. I recently had the chance to try out Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive which is an all natural multi-use beauty oil with a formulation that mimics the body's own natural oils to visibly replenish and repair hair and skin. 

About the Brand:  Monat Global is an innovative age prevention company that strives to understand and recreate what nature has always been capable of. Through extensive clinical research, they have combined ultra progressive active botanical ingredients with state of the art scientific technologies to produce safe, high quality, naturally based age prevention products.

Key Ingredients: The exclusive ingredient in this natural oil product is Abyssinian Oil which has a unique molecular structure that isn't found in any other naturally occurring oil and has been shown to significantly improve the appearance of skin and luster of hair. Rejuveniqe blends 10 other potent botanical oils: Meadowfoam Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, Camellia Oil, Buriti Oil, Baobab Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Tomato Seed Oil, Moringa Oil, Pequi Oil and Monoi Oil to enhance the effectiveness of the Abyssinian Oil. These botanicals also provide additional vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, nutrients and amino acids. 

Packaging: A luxe, modern looking silver bottle. The product is dispensed via a dropper making it easy to control how much you use.
Price: $99 for 30 ml/1.0 fl. oz.

Usage: Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive is so pure and versatile that it can be used in multiple ways to improve the skin and hair. It can be used on hair as a pre-shampoo treatment, an intensive hydrating treatment, a leave in finishing treatment or an anti-frizz treatment. On the skin, it can be used as a moisturizer on the face or body. It can also be used to treat areas with dryness like cuticles, nails, elbows, knees and heels.

Multi-Tasking Beauty Oil, Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive Review, Natural Beauty Oil, Beauty Oil
Multi-Tasking Beauty Oil, Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive Review, Natural Beauty Oil, Beauty Oil


My Impressions: For an oil, the texture of this product is actually slightly watery. It doesn't feel greasy in the least and sinks in quickly to both hair and skin. It has a natural lemony citrus scent that I found quite pleasant. As a pre-shampoo treatment, it made my hair soft without feeling oily and was fairly easy to rinse out. As a post shampoo leave-in treatment, it left my hair smooth, shiny and manageable and more voluminous as well which I'm not sure is a good thing in my case. This has been my favorite way to use the oil and I think it works better than Moroccanoil. You also don't have to use much. I also tried on my cuticles and elbows and it moisturizes pretty well. I do like it's effects on my hair and that it is a multi-purpose product that is free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates and other harmful ingredients. I don't really have anything bad to say about this product other than it is quite expensive and I think that is due to the nature of the ingredients. The way it works and absorbs definitely feels more luxurious than my coconut oil.

Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive can be purchased through the Monat Global website

Do you use any oils in your beauty routine? What are your favorites?

Disclosure: A complimentary product was provided through iFabbo for the purposes of this review. There was no other compensation and all opinions expressed are my own.
38 comments on "Rejuveniqe Oil Intensive : A Natural Multi-Tasker"
  1. This sounds like the perfect oil for me! You had me when you said there was a slight watery texture that wasn't greasy! I love oils because they don't irritate my sensitive and dry/oily combo skin, but I dislike greasy films. I have been using jojoba oil for more than four years now and it's my go to. It's all natural, non irritating and does it's job moisturizing. I can use it to remove my makeup also, so it's a great multipurpose oil as well. It too, is also supposed to act as an oil that mimics your natural pH balance. It works as a great carrier oil to other things as well, from what I've read.

    There's an oil I use nightly that I really love, but it's more of a serum. It's by Acure and it's the Seriously Firming Serum. It has a nice pleasant citrus scent to it too. ^_^ I would love to try Rejuvinique, but it's a bit out of my budget. :/

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  2. Morning Rowena! It seems very good and you know, Id like to try it right now especially on my hair as I usually use oil products there. You say it works better than Moroccan oil, wow! For me it is the top (unfortunately never used it as here is hard to find but I always read so well about it) but now I will going obsessed with this one, my hair would need!:) Happy Friday my dear, have a wonderful weekend! xo

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  3. This looks really interesting, I've never heard of it before. I love Moroccan oil as well, looks like I will have to try this too :))) Happy Friday, have a great weekend :) xx

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  4. I never heard of this product until now it sound amazing and will like to try it out. Have a lovely weekend.

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  5. I don't use any oils at the moment... Nice packaging but yes, the price is not exactly low...

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  6. This sounds interesting! The citrus smell alone would probably win me over. Now the price though...

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  7. love the oils--this is a great brand

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  8. I love how bright and fresh your photography is in this post. The only oil I use is by The Body Shop and so this may not apply to me, but I'm still intrigued - especially as you have used it on your elbows, how interesting! :)

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  9. Great post, dear! Have a nice weekend:)

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  10. I am a big fan of oils! I can imagine using it both on hair and face skin. I really liked that this one has so many natural ingredients, although most of them are not familiar to me. The packaging looks stylish and yes, it's expensive, but I guess you will be using it for months. I think that it's better the oil to be more watery. And not to forget - the natural lemony citrus scent is my favourite. I used to have a body oil with similar scent and I loved it! Have a nice weekend, Rowena!

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  11. Wow, you're sharing a lot of nice skincare products! This looks effective, Rowena!
    Happy weekend, dear! xoxo
    Luxury Haven

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  12. Sounds very interesting and I like the oils in that formula. And yes, I do use oils a lot, cannot be without them, to be honest. But I mix my own combinations these days, depending on my skin needs. :)

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  13. One of the reason why I love your blog is I always discover new skincare brands and products. This is another brand that I have never heard before but this product sounds amazing. I love oils in skincare and hair but I need to give this one a miss, it's just way out of my price range. :-(

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  14. Awesome review! Have a happy weekend. :D

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  15. I would like to try this oil, it sounds perfect for me!!!
    Happy friday!!!
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  16. Now that I think of it, I use oil a lot in my beauty routine- olive and coconut virginal oil for my skin ....and argan oil for my hair.

    This seems like a lovely product....and such a great review!

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  17. This is the first time I'm hearing of Abyssinian oil. Sounds really good, mixed with all those other oils. TY for this review, Rowena, and have a fab weekend.

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  18. It sounds so good! thanks for sharing
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  19. As you may know I am a huge fan of natural oils, so thank you for this useful review. After trying many, I have realised that when they are too thick they are not completely pure, and the skin doesn't absorb it well! Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  20. This sounds like a wonderful product, and I've heard such wonderful things about replenishing the natural oil in your skin, but I'm still hesitant to try them.

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  21. oils are popular today. i should try something for my dry skin...

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  22. Ok you so need to give me advice on oil...I have never thought to use it on my body but I think that may help me. As I get older my skin is getting dryer and dryer and the climate here does not help matters at all! Thanks for planting the seed in my head on this one pal! Have a great weekend and I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving! Nicole xo

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  23. I don't normally use oils, but this does seem like an interesting product.

    Jessica @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

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  24. Great review sweetheart...Thx for sharing..:-)Have a great weekend!!!

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  25. Oh this looks like a good seru, for me this is more a serum than an oil and that is great!
    xx

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  26. This sounds nice, I've been experimenting with oil lately, just been trying out one from the bodyshop :)

    Corinne x
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  27. I do use body oil in the winter time. Generally something that can be picked up at the drugstore. And for my face Kiehl's has a great oil based serum. But this oil sounds awesome! And yes I love the model's hair in Club Monaco's look book and had something similar in mind when I went to the hair stylist, but longer. But I ended up with above the eye blunt bangs think of a bowl and a pair of scissors.

    Allie of ALLIE NYC
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  28. This sounds really interesting...I could definitely use something for my hair and my skin these days! Thanks for sharing it Rowena!

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  29. This looks so intriguing but the price tag breaks my heart x_x Thanks for the review.

    xx
    http://felishmichelle.blogspot.com

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  30. I had never heard of this product before. Your review is great and I definitely think I will give this product a try.

    Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

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  31. Kind of expensive but it sounds really nice!

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  32. i use oils in my hair too and i used jojoba oil for moisturizer. i thought it would be really oily but it really absorbs into skin well and so i'm all ears when folks talk about oil as part of their beauty regiment!

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  33. That sounds interesting! I like that it's free of so many bad things and WORKS! I've just started using oils, so I can't recommend anything as of yet.
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