Thursday, March 28, 2013
Nude Skincare Pro Genius Treatment Oil and Cellular Renewal Moisturiser review + photos
Recently you may have noticed Nude Skincare populating the shelves at Sephora, both in-store and online. So, what is this brand all about? Nude Skincare's philosophy revolves around plant oils rich in omega fatty acids and n-probiotic cell nutrient, a nutrient cocktail that has been shown to stimulate cell production of anti-aging products in vitro. Nude skincare is vegan and does not contain parabens, sulfates, phthalates, mineral oil, silicones, or synthetic colors and fragrances. I was sent a sample of Nude Skincare ProGenius Treatment Oil and Cellular Renewal Moisturiser and have my review and thoughts to share with you today!
Both the Nude Skincare ProGenius Treatment Oil and Cellular Renewal Moisturiser are packaged in dark purple glass packaging with lavender writing. (You might notice that the coloring is reversed for some of their other products, reviewed previously). Both products were made in France.
Nude Skincare ProGenius Treatment Oil is a plant-oil based serum that restores radiance to normal or dry skin. You can see from the ingredient list below that the treatment oil contains quite a variety of plant-based oils that are rich in omega-3, -6, -7, and -9. To use it, warm two to three drops of oil on your palms and press it into your skin. It soaks in nicely and has a natural seed / oil - like smell. It's also worth noting that the dropper has an unusual design. Instead of your typical rubber squeeze dropper, it has a hard push button on top that performs the same function. It's aesthetically pleasing and effective.
P.S. For more Nude Skincare, check out my review of Nude Skincare Perfect Cleansing Oil, Purify Cleansing Wash, and Miracle Mask here!
P.S.S. If you're intrigued by Nude Skincare Pro Genius Treatment Oil and Cellular Renewal Moisturizer check back soon ---- I just might have a Nude Skincare giveaway in the works!
Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to Cute and Mundane for consideration. The ideas and opinions in this post are genuine and my own.