Amazon Beauty, Indeed

amazon+beauty+rahua+elixir Amazon Beauty, IndeedAmazon Beauty’s Rahua Elixir is so absolutely fantastic that it made me look past the fact that it costs $100 for half an ounce and smells like a barbecue grill.

This is a holy grail hair product if ever I met one. Rahua Elixir is a 100% natural hair oil infused with seasonal herbs and flowers that is handmade in the Amazon Rainforest by women of the Quecha-Shuar tribe. The concentrated oil repairs hair in three minutes by penetrating the hair’s cortex – adding brilliance and elasticity to all hair types.

To use as a hot oil treatment, apply 3-5 drops of Rahua Elixir to towel-dried hair, concentrating on the ends. Heat activates the ingredients, so blow dry to smooth, treat and add shine. Rahua Elixir can also be used on dry hair – just apply 2-3 drops on ends and brace yourself; your hair will be so soft and supple, you’ll swear this oil was magic.

As an overnight hair treatment, use 7 or more drops on your ends, let it go to work while you get your beauty sleep, then rinse in the morning. As a scalp treatment, apply 3-5 drops to the scalp and massage in – twice a week.

Rahua Elixir has been a godsend to my hair. At first, I was a little shocked by the earthy fragrance. But I found that if you apply to damp hair, the smoky scent dissipates as your hair dries. I was amazed that 5 drops of this oil could transform my dry, damaged hair into a mane of myth. I honestly can’t remember the last time my hair looked and felt so divine.

I just finished the tester vial Amazon Beauty sent me to test. And, let me tell you – I am totally jonesing for more of this jungle juice.

Amazon Beauty products are available at amazonbeautysecret.com.



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3 Responses to Amazon Beauty, Indeed

  1. Amber

    F. I better get me some of that, stat.

  2. Zenas

    Hey Daneen and Happy Happy New Year.
    I’m super confused about what the best hair products are for dry hair.
    I have Barry Fletcher’s Moisture Therapy Shampoo (August 11, 2008 post) and also Moroccan Oil (June 10, 2008 post you said IT was the holy grail)on the top of my Absolutely Must Buy as Soon as I Finish School and Get a Job and Have Some Money List because you said the Barry Fletcher’s shampoo made your hair so silky you could almost not use conditioner, and you said the Moroccan Oil took care of your dry damaged hair.

    Now I’m reading that your hair is/was (?)dry and damaged and Rahua Elixir is the holy grail that fixed it, and I’m wondering if you quit using the other products or something? Or the Rahua is so fab it supercedes all other previously recommended products?

    I have chemically treated hair that I blow dry and straight iron and it is the epitome of dry and damaged and I do the best I can w/cheap products, but I aspire to be spoiled pretty one day, so I would like to clarify.

    If you could only buy either Moroccan Oil or Rahua Elixir which would it be?
    Do you still use the Barry Fletcher’s or do you mix it up w/shampoos all the time because of all the testing?
    I count on your recommendations and appreciate the guidance!!
    Thanks, Becca

  3. Beauty 365

    dang, a bbq grill :-/

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