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Thursday, June 30, 2011

Skincare/Haircare/Makeup :: Nuxe, Huile Prodigieuse OR


Huile Prodigieuse by NUXE is one of those products that are not essential but I just have to have them.

Claims:
Huile Prodigieuse is a dry oil with a unique superactivated formula combining 30% Precious Plant Oils and Vitamin E to nourish, repair and soften face, body and hair in a single gesture. (...) Face and body are soft and velvety. Hair is supple, glossy and full of volume. (...) A unique cocktail of 6 Precious Plant Oils (Borage, St Johnswort, Sweet Almond, Camellia, Hazelnut, Macadamia) with a subtlefragrance for a velvety skin, silky hair and an improved overall aspect of stretch marks. (...) This oil is suitable for all skin and hair types regardless of age. (source: nuxe.com)
It's sold in a sleek glass bottle. Unfortunately the new bottle I bought looks awful because all the inscriptions just come off (left in the photo). The older one was also easier to use - you could just pour the oil, now you have to shake the whole bottle to get it out.

Huile Prodigieuse OR smells divine for me. Sometimes I use it just to smell it. I read many reviews and was really surprised to find that not everyone likes it.

You have to shake well the oil to mix oil and shimmer. In the bottle it looks quite dark and shimmery but when applied to the skin it just gives a nice glow.

It's truly multi-purpose product. It might be used as a higlighter on arms and collarbones. You can mix it with your regular body lotion to make it shimmery. You can mix it with your foundation or use it on your hair to make it soft and shimmery. It works great. I don't know about stretch marks, I didn't try it as a stretch mark remedy.

It didn't do any damage to my skin and hair - no irritation or drying. I love it!

Ok, it's not a cheap product. But on the other hand a 50 ml bottle lasts me for over a year.





Source: osmoza.net




Ingredients: HUILES DE BOURRACHE 1%, AMANDES DOUCES 5%, MILLEPERTUIS 7% ET CAMÉLIA 2%, VITAMINE E 1%, CYLOMETHICONE, OCTYLDODECANOL, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, ISODECYL NEOPENTANOATE, ISONONYL ISONONANOATE, HYPERICUM PERFORATUM (HYPERICUM PERFORATUM EXTRACT), PRUNUS DULCIS (SWEET ALMOND OIL), ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE (OCTINOXATE), CAMELIA OLEIFERA(CAMELLIA OLEIFERA EXTRACT), BORAGO OFFICINALIS (BORAGE SEED OIL), BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), TOCOPHEROL.

10 comments:

  1. Kupiłam ten olejek jakoś w maju i pojechał ze mną do ciepłych krajów. Rzeczywiście słońce bardzo mu służy, wydobywa z niego to, co najlepsze. Zgadzam się z Tobą, że nie jest ro rzecz niezbędna. Póki co jest to moja pierwsza buteleczka, więc nie wiem, czy jak go skończę uznam, że chcę kolejną :) A końca nie widać, bo tak jak piszesz, jest bardzo wydajny.

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  2. @ majtkirambo
    Też nie byłam zdecydowana na kupno kolejnej butelki dopóki pierwsza była pełna. Ale kiedy zaczęłam zbliżać się do dna butelki wpadłam w panikę i musiałam kupić nową :-)

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  3. ciekawy produkt,
    chętnie zobaczyłabym jak wygląda na skórze ;)

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  4. @ ninette
    Próbowałam zrobić zdjęcia przed opublikowaniem posta, ale uparcie wychodziły bardzo nieostre. Ale postaram się zrobić jakieś dobre :-)

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  5. Też bym chętnie zobaczyła jak wygląda na skórze :)

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  6. @ simply_a_woman
    Produkty NUXE są w aptekach, ostatnio kupiłam w krakowskiej Bonarce.

    @ Axolen
    Postaram się to uchwycić na zdjęciu :-)

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  7. Chętnie przetestowałabym ten produkt. Ale cena troszkę mnie odstrasza.

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  8. @ ninette i Axolen
    Wasze życzenie zostało spełnione :-)

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