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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
it smells awful. it would be nifty for a party, maybe some shimmer on the legs for a summer day, but the use is rather limited. it's very expensive. by size, it's actually a bit more expensive than Nars Glow, which is ridiculous. i would much rather purchase Nars, if i chose to spend so much money on what is essentially body glitter. i'll probably use up the sample, eventually, but i don't see myself purchasing a product like this till i get filthy rich :)2
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
It is a fun product but not something I would use on a daily basis.4
I love love love this oil. I'm a big fan of moisturizing with oil and I love the subtle shimmer it provides. Not a glitter bomb at all but just a nice hint of sparkle. Did I mention that I love this product?5
It is pretty oily. It does have a nice sheen on your collarbone but I feel like there are cheaper products that do this a little better. but was very nice to try it out!3
This is a great light shimmer oil and smells good, too. I tried it in my hair and didn't notice too much of a difference other than making it shiny. I like the color--subtle gold instead of flashy.4
I love the silky feel of this product. It feels more like a skin moisturizer, and I accidentally found out the oil acts as a makeup remover, which makes it a little hard to use as a highlighter. Still love it though.4
Maybe I'm not using enough but this is not impressive at all. I got very little shimmer, just oily hands.3
Only recommend oil treatments for those with brittle dried up hair... and the glitter in it, doesn't make me want it more, unless I'm doing the whole nightlife scene. But then again, oils make my hair flat, greasy, and unstyleable.3
Seen this stuff around, but never used it before. LOVE getting samples like this. It's a sexy, shimmerly potion for my skin, hair, etc.5