Nuxe Paris Huile Prodigieuse

Oh boy, does it feel like it’s been awhile and to be frank it has. I’ve had exams and they’re finished now much to my delight so I can officially say that I’m back to full time blogging for the summer months. To start off I’m bringing you guys a review of what is probably the worlds most iconic product-Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse or as it is better know to us non-french speaking folk as the Nuxe Dry Oil.


This dry oil has got to be one of the nicest smelling dry oils I have ever tried. It smells like the gentle spices that you can find in an Moroccan market or a soft musk that is in no way over-powering. This dry oil is really an all in one product as it can be used on the hair, body, and nails. I personally though have been wearing it as a fragrance and been getting so many compliments when I do as it’s scent is that unique.


You guys may be wondering why my bottle looks different to what the Nuxe Dry Oil normal looks like and that’s simply because I have the limited edition bottle that was designed by blogger and illustrator Mademoiselle Stef.  I absolutely love the very chic look of the polka dots, it makes the bottle look majorly cute.

The great thing about picking up the limited edition version is that it comes at no extra cost. Both the original bottle and this bottle retail for €33 so there really is no reason not to pick this up to add to your vanity.

-Talk Soon xx

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