Sunday, 30 November 2014

8 Ways to use Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse

I know most of you will not be familiar with using oil for your face, body or hair, so I am going to change what you think of oil with Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse! :)
I’ve actually blogged about this multi-purpose dry oil almost exactly 2 years ago as a guest post for Bellabox because I received a sample bottle of the Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse in my box, but I’m going to go through how to use it again since I guess not many people read my blog then..
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I was recently re-ntroduced to this product again at a blogger event held at Heerens, and I received a limited edition bottle of this baby at the event with the artwork of a “Miss Prodigieuse” on the bottle! Feels that I’m fated with this product??
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Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse has been in the market for the longest time since 1991. It’s one of the very first dry oil created. With the trend using of dry oils getting very popular among ladies nowadays, it remains as one of the top selling dry oil in the world. 
It is a cocktail of 6 precious plant oils (Macadamia, Hazelnut, Borage, Sweet Almond, Camellia and St John’s Wort), enriched with Vitamin E and free of silicones, preservatives and mineral oils. There are 2 versions of the multipurpose dry Oil, Huile Prodigieuse and Huile Prodigieuse OR (with shimmer).
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As stated on the bottle, this is a multi-purpose dry oil which can nourish, repair and soften our face, body and hair. When they say multi-purpose, they really meant it!! Here are eight ways that you can use this bottle of goodness…
1. Hair serum
Dispense some oil onto palms, rub and spread onto hair ends. This works as well as any other hair serum that I’ve tried. The dry ends of my hair looked much healthier upon application, and the oil also smoothed out the flyaway hairs..
2. Hair Fragrance
Application similar to the above. I LOVE the unique fragrance of Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse, it smells like no other shampoo out there! I heard that Nuxe actually carries a perfume with this scent too, maybe I will go get it some day..
3. Moisturiser
Massage onto face or body. This dry oil is easily absorbed into the skin, leaving our skin silky soft and smooth, with a light healthy sheen and a tinge of fragrance. Those uncomfortable with applying the oil directly onto your skin may choose to mix a tiny bit of oil into your moisturiser instead!
4. Dewy foundation
Mix a tiny bit of oil into your liquid or cream foundation with your fingers and apply onto face. This works wonders! I like how it can transform our matte foundation to a glowly one effortlessly. Skin looks brightened up immediately and not to forget the benefits that this oil brings too!
5. Highlighter
Pat small amount of oil onto cheekbones and nose bridge with fingertips. This gives some shine to those areas, emphasising our facial features real well!
6. Make up remover
Put some dry oil on a cotton pad and wipe gently on target areas. This removes waterproof make up really well, to my surprise. Unlike most makeup removers that leave our skin feeling sticky and oily, it leaves our skin feeling clean, dry and soft.
7. Reducing stretch marks
I’m so happy to know about this! Ahah, yes I do have stretch marks. Was taught that it can reduce stretch marks during the bloggers event at Heerens, I’m so gonna try it on my stretch marks soon hehe.
8. For sexy looking legs
Apply a small amount onto legs. This works best for people with tanned skin! It will make your legs look toned and sexy hehe, no need for airbrush bronzers anymore. Of course, Huile Prodigieuse OR (with shimmer) will work better than Huile Prodigieuse for this point!
I’ve also read online that some use this as their bath oil, cuticle oil and hair mask.. Share with me if you’ve any special use for this dry oil, I’ll be glad to know! :)
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Anyway, I’m currently in the midst of a facebook competition to be Miss Prodigieuse! I’d appreciate it a lot if you’re able to support me and give me your votes! ♥ Help me out okay?

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