It’s been windy and super freezing here in the northeast and the oils are getting used more and more in my daily skincare regimen. Today, I am reviewing Monat Global Rejuveniqe™ Oil Intensive, a multi-tasking product that’s so good, it can be applied on the face, hair and body (even the nails for those suffering from winter dry skin in the cuticles). This is an oil that can be used on its own, perfect for night time or daytime. I’d loved using it when I get up and before bed, the texture and consistency is lovely with a soft citrusy scent. Oils, unlike regular moisturizers, are fast acting and deeply hydrating, this is why I love using them in winter time, they repair and do their job in a flash. Monat Global Rejuveniqe™ Oil Intensive is what I’d consider a great blend of quality components that won’t leave you feeling greasy at all. The list of ingredients on this oil is quite impressive, some of these I’ve used before and definitely endorse as sources of deep, conditioning hydration for the most dry of skins.
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.
BaobabThe 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.
Also very important and key to mention is the fact that Monat Global Rejuveniqe™ Oil Intensive does not contain parabens, sulfate, phthalates, PEG, DEA/MEA (all linked to harmful diseases), any harsh salts or harmful colors/ fragrances. This is definitely an oil that was well received by both my face, neck and body, where I have the most trouble keeping hydrated these winter months. I am very sensitive and did not feel an itch or reaction at all from using the oil.
Monat Global Rejuveniqe™ Oil Intensive retails for $99 for 1fl oz/30ml and is available online.
**Thanks to Ifabbo for the press sample and opportunity to review this product. All opinions and views are my own**