One of the best things about being a blogger is that companies will send you items to try out so you can tell readers how you like it. You know I always keep it 💯 with you and today I’m going to show you some skincare products Nip+Fab sent me a few weeks ago that I’ve been trying out! Read on to see which ones are a bust or a must!
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Nip + Fab sent me four products from four of their skin care lines. I had heard of this brand before, most likely from beauty pages I follow on Instagram, but I hadn’t noticed it in stores. Although I have a set skincare system and routine in place, I was curious to try out these products when they offered to send them to me. As you get older, you have to treat your skin accordingly and these have ingredients I think are good for my 30-something skin. When the box arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to see four full-size samples in neatly and attractively packed!
I immediately saw use for the Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads, Dragon’s Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot, and the Kale Fix Clay Mask. I wasn’t too excited about the Bust Fix Night to be honest. Not that I wouldn’t love for the girls to look a little more full sometimes, but I just knew I wasn’t about to rub this stuff on my chest every day. Actually, I used it once and forgot about it so I can’t really give you a thorough review on that particular product. If you have tried it, let me know how it’s worked for you!
Nip+Fab Exfoliate: Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads
After removing my makeup with a makeup remover wipe, I would follow up with the cleansing pads. They are thin but did a great job of removing the excess and are a great size for removing eye makeup. Especially that stubborn mascara. I also used the cleansing pads in the morning before applying my makeup. Even after a couple of weeks, the cleansing pads did not dry out in the container and they held their pleasant blue daisy scent.
The label says they are exfoliating pads and I guess the texture on them is for that but I couldn’t really tell that they were exfoliating my skin. However, the glycolic acid is to re-texture and re-surface the skin and the hyaluronic acid moisturizes and refreshes the skin. Each time I cleaned my face with these pads, my skin felt soft, smooth, and didn’t dry out afterward. I have other cleansers that claim to moisturize the skin but after a few minutes, my skin felt dry and tight…not with these! At all. As a matter of fact, there were a couple of times I forgot to put on my moisturizer afterward and went ahead and started applying my makeup because my face didn’t feel like it needed it.
Nip+Fab Hydrate: Dragon’s Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot
When I did remember to moisturize, I added two drops of the Dragons’ Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot to a pea size amount of my Simple Skincare Replenishing Rich Moisturizer. Usually, I don’t need anything extra but this winter weather has called for an extra boost to my cheeks and nose. The Dragon’s Blood can also be used by itself and I did that a few times at night. Okay, I know the name sounds a bit odd but dragon’s blood is a sap from the Croton Lechleri tree in the Amazon and it’s good for protecting the skin from environmental damage, helps with reducing inflammation and redness, and promotes cell regeneration. It also contains hyaluronic acid which also helps the skin look radiant.
Nip+Fab Soften: Kale Fix Clay Mask
Lastly, I used the Nip+Fab Soften Kale Fix Clay Mask three times since I got it (not as often as I’d planned). This mask is water based and has ingredients such as kale extract to prevent dryness, witch hazel, sweet almond oil, cocoa seed butter, shea butter, and a cocktail of other ingredients to help quench the skin’s thirst. I applied this on my face and the first thing I noticed was how thin it is. I’m used to thicker clay masks but the instructions say to apply a thin layer so that’s not hard to do with this product. I left it on for 10 minutes before rinsing it off. I didn’t feel or see a significant difference in my skin but again I didn’t use it as often as recommended. For best results, they say to use it twice a week. I’ll definitely keep using it, though, to see if I do notice any improvements.
I will say, out of the four products I received, the Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads and the Dragon’s Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot are my favorite and I would actually purchase these. On the Nip+Fab website, they cost $12.95 and $24.95 respectively. You get 60 cleansing pads per container and 1 fluid oz of the Dragon’s Blood Fix, which will last quite a while since you only need a couple drops at a time. They both did a great job of hydrating my skin and making my skin really look more radiant. The Bust Fix Night is $16.25 for 3.4 fl. oz. and the Kale Clay Mask is $9.95 for 1.7 fl. oz.
I looked into it and found that Nip+Fab products are sold on their website as well as Target, CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Amazon, and Ulta so you have quite a few places where you can find these and their many other skincare products. It also lets me know where I can go to replenish my faves when I run out!
Have you tried Nip+Fab before? Which of these would you want to try out for yourself?
Let me know in the comments!