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Subtle shimmer? Coco Chanel fabulous. Gaudy glitter, on the other hand — more like fashion faux pas. This Parisian brand’s iridescent oil strikes the optimal balance between sophisticated, fun, and just plain good for you. Six essential oils, plus Vitamin E, leave face, body, and hair soft and silky. Better yet, microscopic flecks of golden shimmer deliver a subtle glow, perfect to set off your favorite party frock.
Results from NUXE's clinical studies:
• 73% of testers noticed an improved overall appearance of stretch marks
I'm still on the fence with this product. It's definitely not something I would wear everyday, but I might would swipe a little bit on around the chest area if I were going dancing or to a party.3
I was really excited about this product at first. It seems to take a lot to get the right effect.3
I think this could be an amazing summer product, which is why I say I am on the fence, but I will most likely purchase in April or May. I live in Jackson Hole (western ski town) for the winter and the golden shimmer is just a little too much for my not-so-tan-skin right now! Seems like it could be great in another climate or season!3
It doesn't really show up on me or the friends I have tried it on. Kinda disappointing.3
Just not something that I'm in to. I like shimmer but just on eyeshadow and lip gloss. Other parts of my body I don't really want shimmer.3
This product is alright, I guess I just dont see the point. So you use this to moisturize (somewhat) with the added bonus of your skin looking shiny/sparkly after. It is really not that moisturizing so it will not replace your moisturizer and I guess I just have never been concerned with the "shimmerynes" of my skin.3
The shimmer is very apparent in the bottle but not so much on the skin. I do, however, LOVE the scent. It has that "been outside all day at the beach" smell that I think my bf would love. Would use it to smell nice but not for the shimmer since it doesn't really show up.3
It smells beachy, not in a coconut/sunscreen way, but like you've been at the beach. So, I like the scent, but putting oils on my sensitive skin just scares me a bit.3
I've never tried dry oil before, so this product was completely new to me. I can see myself using this in my hair and perhaps even a highlight on my face. However, the smell was strange. It reminded me strongly of the coppery smell of pennies and a little bit of soap/baby powder (which I cannot stand!).3
More of a summer product than a winter product in my opinion. Perhaps I'm not using enough of it but I couldn't really tell if it added shimmer to my hair/shoulders/collarbone/etc.3