NUXE HUILE PRODIGIEUSE DRY OIL

I am always on the lookout for products that can do multiple things, Nuxe dry oil is a cult amongst french women for its versatility, it can be used for face, body and hair and leaves a delicate scent. As soon as I applied it I immediately felt like a was in a summer house, waiting to jump in the pool. It had me at summer feeling.

What is it?

NUXE Huile Prodigieuse is a Multi-Usage Dry Oil, contains almost only natural ingredients: Tsubaki oil (Excellent moisturizer for hair and skin), Argan oil (Essential for increasing elasticity), Macadamia oil (Great at regenerating and repairing skin and hair), Borage oil (Helps to restore hydration) Camellia oil (Aids skin healing), Hazelnut oil (High in vitamin E to improve and smooth skin texture), Sweet Almond oil (Limits oxidative stress to the skin cells). It hydrates the face and body all day long. It also reduces the appearance of stretch marks and provides a shielding effect against pollution through its anti-oxidant action. 

How to use it?

You can spray it on your body and face after your shower or use it as a mask for your hair. Spray it on your hair and leave it for 10 min, after that you can wash it all off. Use a circular motion for stretch marks massaging the area.

My first impressions with pros and cons:

The consistency is just as you would expect it, a dry oil doesn’t leave a greasy coat, the skin absorbs it almost instantly. The scent is a lovely blend of white flowers and vanilla which reminds you of summer but if you aren’t a fan of vanilla you could try the floral version. Leaves the skin very smooth after application and also I didn’t need to reapply it during the day. It may look expensive but this oil has multiple uses and you can benefit from all of them: moisturizes face, body and hair; can be used as a perfume; perfect for stretch marks; good protections against pollution; perfect to use after waxing.

Verdict: Approved!

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