Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Review

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The Nuxe Dry oil Huile Prodigieuse is one of those cult beauty items that I have heard and read so much about, but had never tried. I recently broke down and purchased it and I’m sure glad I did.

This amazing oil is perfect for nourishing, repairing and beautifying the face, body and hair. The formula of 7 precious botanical oils includes: Tsubaki oil, Sweet Almond oil, Camellia oil, Borage oil, Hazelnut oil, Macadamia oil and Argan oil. While these oils are all great at soothing and nourishing the skin, it is really the scent that I love so much. The fragrance includes Orange Blossom, Magnolia and Vanilla.

The oil can be used anywhere from the body, to the nails, to help repair split ends and even mixed in your moisturizer to add an extra hydration boost. I was nervous at first to use this on my face, even though I’m a huge fan of facial oils, but when I did, my skin looked amazing the next day. So smooth, soft and evened out. It even helped sooth some eczema breakouts. 

I love this so much that now I want the accompanying fragrance, shimmering dry oil (which makes tanned skin glow) and I want to try some of their skincare line now as well.

Have you tried this? What other oils for the face and body are you loving right now?

One comment

  1. […] Nuxe Huille Prodigieuse Dry Oil is a cult beauty favorite that I’ve seen others post about for years, but I never broke down to actually purchase it. I recently decided to give it a go and I’m so glad I did. It is a combination of some pretty amazing oils including jojoba oil, borage oil, camellia oil and more. The first thing that draws you in is the gorgeous scent of orange blossom, magnolia and vanilla. The oil can be used pretty much anywhere: on the body after you shower, as a treatment for hair and to tame frizz and as a boost for your facial moisturizer. Read my full review here. […]


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