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Thursday, May 24, 2012

REVIEW & GIVEAWAY Uriélle Revitál-Treatment (ARV: $45) Ends 6/10

When you live in a hot dry desert, like I do, impressive soft shiny hair is almost an impossible task.  The sun beats down hard and seems to dry and frizz out our hair with the heat.  All the girls in my home, including me, want to have great looking hair that will have a brilliant shine and also be protected from those ruthless UV rays when we are out in the sun.   We need something that will condition and moisturize our hair.  When we don’t get enough protection from the sun, our hair gets dry, brittle, and just lifeless.

Lucky for us, I found a new product that will give great protection to our hair from the sun’s harsh rays: Uriélle Revitál—Treatment.  Uriélle Revitál has all the essential ingredients to nourish our hair, protect it from the harsh UV rays, leaving it silky soft and shiny.  It is a leave-in treatment that absorbs instantly into your hair.  Made with ingredients found the world over, it is the perfect treatment to dry frizzy hair leaving only a silky finish and a gleaming shine.

Uriélle Revitál uses only natural ingredients that are rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and fatty acids that strengthen your hair and increases its elasticity.  One of these ingredients is Marula seed oil which the Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique have used for generations.  Other important oils include jojoba, almond, olive.  I counted fifteen oils in all on the package.  Another noteworthy ingredient is Manuka honey extract.  Manuka flowers come from New Zealand, and some studies show that honey from this plant offers more healing  properties than other honey in the world.  As for an ingredient for fragrance—there really isn’t one.  With all the natural ingredients found in Uriélle Revitál, it has a natural light sweet fragrance that I find delightful. 

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I have found that my three girls have been using Uriélle Revitál over the past month regularly.  I hurt my neck about a month ago, and have only used it once this week.  All three of the girls love the way it makes their hair feel.  Below is J’s beautiful long red curly hair before and after using Uriélle Revitál.  As you can see, it has really improved the beauty of her hair.  J also loves how her hair is conditioned using this leave-in treatment.  Usually she has snarls in the morning when she brushes out her hair, but after using Uriélle Revitál, she can easily put her fingers through her hair without it getting all snarly.  I have a problem with dry frizz.  Uriélle Revitál has calmed my frizz, and has made my hair smooth and glossy like it hasn’t been in years (and I do mean this).   We all love the look and feel of our hair after using this remarkable leave-in treatment.  

Uriélle Revitál—Treatment is the brainchild of Uriel Yusupov, the co-owner of the prestigious Red Chair Studio located in New York City’s Upper East Side, an exclusive hair salon whose client list includes so many of the rich and famous.  Uriélle Revitál—Treatment  can be found online at  It comes in a 100ml/3.38 fl.oz. bottle and retails for $45.  You can also keep updated with Uriélle Revitál through Facebook and Twitter.

With many thanks to Uriélle, one lucky person is going to win Uriélle Revitál—Treatment.   Open to residents of the USA.

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No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Many thanks to Urié who provided a product or sample for this Review & Giveaway (a set of postcards for myself). I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” This Giveaway is brought to you by Imperial Toy and is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Google, Facebook, or Twitter. Good Luck!

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