• DermaLoch Team

Rejuvaderm Vs Intensive

This is the most asked question at trade shows, online and in interviews..."which one is right for me?" or "What's the difference?"

The differences between the two are slight but those small changes add up to a profound difference. Rejuvaderm is a unique skin moisturiser that is quickly absorbed for fast moisturisation giving healthy, regenerated skin. Ingredients have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and itch relief properties, rich in natural moisturisers, omegas, vitamins and minerals such as zeolite.

DermaLoch Rejuvaderm

Rejuvaderm is the perfect daily moisturising cream. A light moisturiser that can be used all over the body. Better suited, than the Intensive spray, as a facial moisturiser due to the ability to control application around the eyes especially. This makes it the perfect daily moisturiser for people who may be prone to certain skin conditions of the face.

Borago Officinalis

Expectorant, helping the body to produce natural cortisone, regulating oily skin. Also assists to fight rheumatism, relieves eczema.

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba)

Jojoba has the structure of wax more than oil and one that closely resembles the sebum layer in the skin. Jojoba absorbs into the skin so well there is no greasy or tacky feel to it. Known for its ability to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, jojoba rejuvenates and rehydrates dry skin. Jojoba’s price reflects its status as a premium, high end oil; however you need not apply much oil to gain results.

Damascena Rosa

The therapeutic properties of damask rose oil are antiseptic and antibacterial. It also soothes inflammation and is beneficial for good circulation.

The fine liquid sinks deep into the skin to nourish skin cells early in their life-cycle, making them healthier when they are at the surface.

DermaLoch Intensive Spray

The key benefit of Intensive over Rejuvaderm lies in it's application. The fine mist spray is better suited to those who have extremely sensative skin and cannot afford to "rub in" creams and lotions, the very action of which can further inflame the delicate skin.

Tea Tree Oil

Used to treat infections such as otitis media and otitis externa, tea tree oil is applied to the skin (used topically). It is used for infections such as acne, fungal infections of the nail (onychomycosis) athlete’s foot (tenia pedis) and ringworm. It is also used topically as a local antiseptic for cuts and abrasions, burns, insect bites stings and boils.

Seabuck Thorn berry Oil

If you suffer from eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, seabuck thorn berry oil may provide significant relief of your symptoms. The oils from the fruit and seeds are rich in essential fatty acids of which help to regulate the inflammatory processes of the body.


The health benefits of sandalwood essential oil can be attributed to its properties like anti-septic, anti-inflammatory, anti-pholgistic, astringent, cicatrisant, carminative, disinfectant and emollient.

Eucalyptus Oil

The strong antiseptic effect of eucalyptus makes it a useful aid to help burns, blisters, insect bites, cuts and wounds heal without them becoming infected.

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