Trying new skincare can be quite daunting, especially when its something you’ve never used before or when you currently feel good about your skin. You just never know what could happen, and I feel like about everything I try. For the past few months I’ve been trialling a lot of different bits from Nip+Fab, an affordable drugstore brand with incredible ranges. The first thing I tried was their Cleansing Pads and since I knew I had to try more. Since, here are my must haves from the brand.
From their Dragons Blood Fix range I am I awe of the Hyaluronic Shot, which is essentially a serum/oil that you can apply alone or add to your moisturiser for an added boost of hydration. I love this stuff for those days my skin is feeling a little lack lustre, as it adds instant radiance and lasts all day. The Cleansing Pads that I mentioned as being my first product I’d tried from the brand is from this range, and this range is what made me fall in love. This is the perfect solution for dull skin as it brightens and hydrates instantly.
The next two products are from a different range, which is full of everyday products. It’s the No Needle Fix, which is an anti-aging skincare range that works to plump out your skin. Of course I don’t use this purely for its anti-aging properties, however it is good to start young. I use this to plump my skin to encourage and maintain a healthy glow with a brightened complexion. I use the Eye Cream, which is so cooling and hydrating. It does work to diminish the look of dark circles, but its main aim is to hydrate the area, which I find so important before applying makeup. Then another favourite, which I use when I feel I need it is the No Needle Fix Moisturiser that works to mattify your skin. I use this in the areas I feel I need it instead of all over, which is the T zone, as I like to maintain some dewiness for my everyday makeup base. These are both incredible products for the price and I can’t recommend them more to those wanting more for less.
I’m yet to try the Kale Fix range, as the products look so unique and interesting, I’ve never known ranges like Nip+Fab’s. They are stocked at Amazon, ASOS, Boots and Superdrug in the UK.
What drugstore skincare do you recommend?
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