Monday, 29 June 2015

Brand Introduction | Nip + Fab | Review




I read so many good things about Nip + Fab products in the blogging world and if I'm entirely honest it wasn't a brand I had heard much about until I started blogging other than this I had seen it in passing in selected Boots stores.

So this was my first time trying any products from Nip + Fab i.e. face, body and shower products. They do different ranges of products and have ranges aimed at certain skin care problems. Most of the products I have selected are skin care products and a body product, I also noticed their masks seem to be a huge hit.

Firstly there is the Nip + Fab Dragons Blood Fix range which is designed all around hydrating and plumping skin. Then there is the Nip + Fab No Needle Fix Serum which as you can guess from the name is all about fighting against fine lines and keeping skin looking younger. I also have the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Cleanser which has key ingredients of Glycolic Acid: retextures + resurfaces,  Apple Amino Acid: provides foaming effect + softens, Olive Oil: gives long-lasting hydration + smoothes. And finally the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Body Cream which is basically designed around helping retexturing, resurfacing to leave you with brighter looking skin. 

So far I have been enjoying using the products and I am impressed with all the products specially The Glycolic Fix Body Cream as I am nearly full term pregnant my feet have been suffering from the weight I am carrying so this has been working a treat at keeping them nice and soft and I must add my knees and elbows love this stuff too! Generally I am really impressed with all the products and there isn't any negatives I've personally found with either of them.
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8 comments:

  1. I love the Glycolic Acid range from them! It's something I'll always repurchase.

    Kathryn /Cherries in the Snow

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  2. I actually haven't heard of Nip+Fab before. I will have to keep an eye out for them the next time I am out shopping.

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  3. I've never tried Nip+Fab but I've been really intrigued by the Dragon's Blood range for a while. Might have to finally try it!
    Catherine xx | Brighton Girl

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