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rated 2 of 5 on 9/17/2013 2:50:00 PM More reviews by LauraJM

Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Hazel

REZZ-A-RECT by Antoniou

I heard about this online and decided to take the risk and have it shipped over to the UK as they do not do it in this country.
The cost of shipping and customs was almost as much as the stingy little 100 ml bottle which cost me 32 dollars which was about £24 and the shipping which said online it would be 5-10 dollars cost me £13.50. Plus there was no tracking, customer service deserted me after i had asked questions prior to purchasing the product. I didn't know when it would turn up they ignored me but it did turn up reasonably on time. I brought it from:
http://www.antoniou.com/featured_product.html
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Note: My hair is in overall very good condition, but a little dry and has very slight chemical damage due to highlights and colouring. My hair type is medium thickness, high density and straight or wavy/kinky in texture.
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OK, now onto the actual product and what they claim.

They claim that it actually repairs the hair like "no other product" as it is supposed to be the only product in the world that goes into the hair cuticle and repairs the hair via the activator ingredient in Rezz-A-Rect and feeding it some nutrients blah blah. (Similar to the chemical reaction that occurs during permanent hair colour application) The result is supposed to turn back the clock and 'Rezz-A-Rect' your hair.
Well people.. if you were thinking of buying it and like me you saw all those American YouTube Rezz-A-Rect lovers online and saw the testimonals. Dont be fooled! This is NOT A MIRACLE PRODUCT as it leads you to believe. To be completely honest it's basically just like VO5 HOT OIL but in a cream version. It dosn't make your hair feel smooth when you put it on or take it off like VO5 Hot Oil you find you need to condition after using it but it does work in a shampoo kind of way. You can hear the crackling of the bubbles forming near your ears ..you know what i mean if you've tried VO5.
Anyways, i've almost used the little 100ml rip-off bottle. It was nice , it did something, it made my hair feel ..well.. Just like all the other treatments out there that are reasonably good. It's closest to Vo5 Hot Oil effect in my personal opinion. But would i buy it again knowing that it's A./ Not the miracle it claims and B./ The rediculous cost ..?

HELL NO! Get some Vo5 Hot Oil..lol






I'm a hairdresser, i get that fact that all products that claim to repair hair do not technically repair the hair. They ALL just get away with saying that they repair your hair but they don't. It is just a sly marketing ploy and a loose loophole in marketing law. It is IMPOSSIBLE SO FAR TO THIS DAY to turn back the clock once hair has been damaged but there are some lovely products out there (cheap or expensive) that all do the same job which is just plaster over the cracks to make your hair LOOK like it has been repaired. Don't be fooled. They just help the llok of your hair so it looks like its been repaired. Some product are better than other at making it look convincing and it has nothing to do with cost.

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