Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Nurture Skincare Review

I was recently contacted with regards to reviewing Skincare products for Nurture and what I really wanted to try was some thing specific to anti-ageing. I was sent some Intensive Eye Serum and some Intensive Night Repair Cream to review. None of their products are tested on animals which is a must for me.

The Intensive Eye Serum was the Beauty Steals Winner run by the Beauty Bible Awards and I can understand why. These small capsules are fantastic and I have really noticed a difference in my crow's feet, the lines do not seem as profound and my skin looks much firmer. I love that there is a measured dose in each capsule, enough for both eyes and the serum glides on leaving no sticky residue. These small capsules come in a jar containing 30 capsules and cost £8.95 which I think is a great price considering they really work.

I was also sent the Intensive Night Treatment Cream which was also a Beauty Steals Winner run by the Beauty Bible Awards. You use a pearl sized amount and massage into your face and neck after cleansing, the cream absorbs into the skin easily and is not heavy like some night creams. The results are good, my skin feels smoother, my pores and wrinkles appear to be less visible and my complexion seems fresher. The Night Treatment Cream costs £10.95 which is an affordable part of any woman's Skincare routine.

I will definitely buy these products as they work better than the brand I usually buy and at a fraction of the cost. I can't wait to try some of Nurture's specialist products ie concealer and foundation as I have never found one yet that agrees with my skin.

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1 comment:

  1. This is good to know. I have tried everything from Burts Bees but way to oily. I’ve tried every product too at whole foods almost. I do the at home facial with the Riiviva Microdermabrasion tool for my acne scarring and it’s terrific. Its here at http://www.riiviva.com.
    Do you have any recommendations as to what avenue to take for moisturizing with out all the oily residue that happens when I use oils. Thanks