This is a glossybox treat, and one I have been dying to use, hesitating only because I hadn’t taken the photos for a blog entry. Finally, I got organised!
Nuxe’s crème fraiche de beauté mask is lovely and smells of orange blossom. Sadly, there isn’t a full ingredients list online, and I don’t recall if there was one on the back of the box. The back of the tube doesn’t list anything either – a shame really. They say it contains white blossom, orange blossom, plant milks, aloe vera and salicornia (no idea what this last one is).
I’ve used the mask a couple of times to help with dry skin patches. I do love a mask that doubles as a thick moisturiser, and is safe enough to use on the eye contour area. The change in seasons is making my skin a bit dull and dry, and this mask seems to have helped plump up skin again. It’s reasonably priced at £18.50 for 50ml, and a little does go a long way, although I tend to slather it on :). It is also suitable for sensitive skin – a bonus in my books. I would imagine it is great in the summer, to cool and soothe after a day out in the sun, when I would also be tempted to use it on my neck and décolleté too.
Nuxe is a French pharmacy brand that is paraben free and is formulated using predominantly natural ingredients (although this can’t be verified because there is no ingredients list online). Their huile prodigieuse (dry oil) is a cult favourite.