First up, the most exciting and intriguing product (to me anyway) of the three - Huile Prodigieuse OR - multi-purpose dry oil.
This is a dry body oil with a golden shimmer - you can see the make up of the product more clearly in the last picture as the ingredients start to separate when the product has sat still for a while. A little shake and it's ready to use. The spray pump gives control over the amount of oil you're using - I was pleased to see this as for some reason I had expected a pour top and had visions of me making a real mess splashing the oil everywhere.
Now if you don't know, the difference with a 'dry' oil is that it's absorbed pretty much instantly into the skin and it doesn't leave any greasy residue. This dry oil is multi-purpose and can be used anywhere on the face or body and even hair to give instant moisturisation and a fabulous shimmer.
You can see in the swatches the lovely shimmer this gave on the inside of my arm - just imagine that in summer on tanned legs, fab. I've also given this a go on my collarbones on a night out just to add something a little extra special to my look.
This is £38.00 for 100ml, which is rather pricey I know, but I can tell this will last me a very long time as you only need a tiny amount. It also comes in a 50ml size - both are available on feel unique.
Next, the Rieve de Miel hand and nail cream. You have no idea how much it annoys me that I took this photo the wrong way up. Anyway, I need to get over that and on with the review. This is a lovely hand cream which I've been relying on over the winter months.
It's a plain white cream with a lovely delicate smell of honey and sunflower and it instantly hydrates my hands and feels especially comforting after being out in the harsh winter weather.
This product costs £10 for 75ml and you can also get it here on feel unique.
And finally I tried out the Reve de Miel lip moisturising stick. This also has honey and sunflower, which gives a lovely fragrance to the lip balm. To me it smelt of honey and lemon, although I know it's not lemon fragrenced. Maybe that's just my nose!
I've literally used this lip balm daily over winter - it was originally shaped like a proper lipstick bullet and as you can see I've worn it right down.
I was actually surprised by the price on this one - it's £5.50 on Feel Unique - I thought it was going to be a lot more.
Having a browse I've seen that Nuxe also have an ultra nourishing lip balm in a jar, which looks to me like the perfect over night lip care product. Actually I noticed quite a few Nuxe products that look pretty good, so here are the ones making it onto my wishlist - all available at Feel Unique.
Have you used Nuxe products before? What do you recommend I need to try next?