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This is facial moisturiser for dry to very dry skin.
It costs around £25 for 50mls in Boots (as of July 2008) and to me this was a luxary buy. Though I have used moisturisers other luxary brands- clarins, clinique, benefit...etc but these have all been bought for me as gifts, this was not, it was my own hard earned cash.
At this price, compared to when I last bough moisturiser from the Body Shop, E45 or Nivia, I was expecting something really special. But it wasnt all new to me, I had tried a different Nuxe branded product as a freebie a long while ago and had wanted to buy this brand for a while as it really seemed to work after just one use.
I applied this moisturiser every night, before I went to bed after cleansing/washing my face. I used itr every night and it lasted me quite a long time. About 6 months!
The pot comes in a square box, and also with a plastic spatula to portion ou the correct amount, which is literally a pea sized portion. It may seem like a small amount, but this cream does go far, its really very dense and settles into skin really well. It only took about a week for my skin to feel much much better then it previously had.
I noticed this product did not give me the same coating of 'grease' or slipperiness that I get after applying other moisturisers, this was good, it really blended in to my skin and left my skin feeling really soft. I would actually say it is worth the £25 price tag I paid! (even if it was in boots advantage points!!)
It has a really nice scent, its different from any other moisturiser I have sampled in this way, its not a chemical scent, its a mild floral/herbal sort of scent. Like the Sanctury or Dermalogica sort of a scent, not the harsher chemical sorts like Oil of Olay or L'oreal, Nuxe has a really unique and mild scent.
I was sad when this ended, my 50mls was very much enjoyed though I would have loved more of it! I do think it was a good buy, it lasted probably double what the same amount of my nivia 100mls did, as its so much more dense. But I do think if your face is slightly dampened with toner (which I had also used but did not with the nivia, E45 or body shop...etc as the nivia... is too thin and would just never settle into my skin). I had been spritzing on dermalogica toner but just elaving your face damp after washing would do a similar thing. Either way, the moisturiser lasts much longer, it can be spread further which is something that many cheaper brands cannot do.
This is available as far as I have found, only from Boots, and afew online stores. Its a french product and I would keep your eye out as its only really just recently in the last 12 months come into boots, so would imagine its trial running at the moment.
Penetrates deep into the epidermis to moisturise tired skin /