Saturday, 18 February 2017

Brand Focus: Nudu

A few weeks ago, I was kindly introduced to the lovely brand Nudu Natural Beauty. I got the amazing chance to try their complete skincare range, including the
  • Gel Cleanser*
  • Reviving Toner*
  • Softening Moisturizer*
  • Eye Cream*
  • Cleansing & Exfoliating Sponge*
These are all the 50 ml bottles and they're still going strong after several weeks of using them!

Let's now start with the Gel Cleanser! It's amazing for taking off your makeup and it leaves you with super soft skin! I've realised that I do prefer gel cleansers over foam ones; they aren't as messy and they're a lot better for my skin at the moment!

I always use the Reviving Toner in the morning before applying the Skin Chemists Rose Quartz oil to my face. Before I've started using this, I haven't really used many skincare products on my face in the morning but now, I really can't go without a toner anymore!

The Softening Moisturizer already has its effect in the name. It's one of the best moisturisers I've ever owned and my skin is incredibly soft after applying it to my face!

The Eye Cream is definitely my favourite product from this range! Many eye creams irritate my eyes and make the skin around them itchy and red and I just didn't like most of them! With this one, however, it's completely different! I just love everything about it and will for sure repurchase this!

The Cleansing & Exfoliating Sponge is also a great skincare product, though, I can only use this once a week. It really irritated my skin when I used this twice a week! So be careful if you have such a sponge that you try it properly to make sure you don't overdo it!

One thing I have to criticise about this range is the smell, though. It really is not the best... But I don't mind, to be honest, as long as the products do what they're supposed to do and that's the case with this range!

Have you tried anything from Nudu Natural Beauty yet? x

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