Thursday, February 18, 2010



I am always looking for one product to share that can achieve the job of many. During these times when there are several products on the market to choose from, it is critically important to shop wisely. About four months ago (at least) I came across a product that seemed interesting. I decided to put it to the test and share the results with you.

The product is the Longevity Rejuvenating Oil by Naturina. After reading all I could find on this product, I decided to conduct my own research. I loved it! It’s a multi-purpose pure oil that will be an incredible asset to your daily routing. And now for the results (drum roll)….

1. It was recommended on the website to add a little to hair color for clients with sensitive scalps. Well, as you may already know, there are times when you suddenly have a reaction to permanent hair color. Signs are generally tingling of the scalp or mild redness. The cause could be chemical (Ammonia/Peroxide) or physical (brushing/scratching).

So I put this product to the test several times and the results were favorable. The clients that normally experienced discomfort noticed a difference in their reaction to the color. It worked! The color was just as beautiful as before.

How to use:

Apply three to five drops to hair color and mix well.

2) I also added three to five drops of this product to any hair mask on different hair types to boost the conditioning effects. If you have fine hair, I would recommend using less.

3) For thick, frizzy hair I would add a few drops to your styling products and dry as usual. If air-drying, please be sure to use less.

4) Well child, you know I love me some sun. So when I was recently in Tobago, I decided to add this to my skin since it has natural UV protection to lay out and the results were flawless. For you sun lovers with naturally darker skin like me, baby it’s great!

I also used it in the evening for a little skin conditioning, but the mosquitoes loved it as well.

I hope you enjoy this product as much as I did and feel free to tell me what your thoughts are. If you would like to suggest a product you believe I should try, please feel free to comment or e-mail me.

I wish you skin and beautiful hair.



Selina said...


I'm a new reader of your blog, and I was just wondering if you could list the ingredients of this hair oil. Sounds very interesting, it's not often I see oils used in saloons. Thank you :)

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