Crème Prodigiuse from NUXE | Review




 Yes, I finally found the perfect night cream. I was a bit expensive than what I usually spend on any skin care, but it's worth it.
After some research I though that Nuxe's night cream would be perfect. It's target to all skin types and it's an anti-fatigue - which is perfect for someone like me who always spends too much time on the computer at night, instead of sleeping. I'm quite happy with this bad boy.
It doesn't leave my skin oily or striky since it's totally absorbed without any problems. The trick for me is to don't use too much - which is ok since I have oily skin and I usually wear Effaclar Duo before this so, although I need hydration, I can't over do it. It has a bit of a sent, but personally I don't really mind it. 


  




   Here's the list of ingredients and the product description made by NUXE. 
I can't really speak about the "anti-ageing" since I'm only 20 years old, but I have to say that I really feel the difference when I wake up, since my skin is way more plumper, hydrated. I've also seen an improvement in therms of my acne scars. 




This product is very creamy and easy to blend. As you can see, it doesn't leave a sticky feeling.Also, because it's so light, I don't really need to "scope" out the product. I just "touch" and use a bit of product (pretty much like the swatch).
Overall, I'm quite happy with this product and I think that I'll try out more NUXE's products - like their masks and tonics. This cost me around 27 euros (If I'm not mistaken) at my local Pharmacy. I'm not sure about other places to get this brand, besides France (since this is a French Skin Care brand) and the UK.
Have you ever tried out any NUXE product? What would you recommend?
Also, I'll be working into some Christmas wishlists. I'll divide them into categories. (Like beauty, fashion, high tech and literature). They'll be big but, we all know how I am right?

Anyway, thank you very much for reading. Please take care, have nice day!

With Love,
Diana.


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