Nuxe Rêve de Miel Lip Balm is my all time favourite lip balm and when mine finished recently I rushed out and replaced it straight away as it’s such a staple item for me.
The formula and texture are quite different to lip balms I’d previously tried. What I love about this lip balm is that it doesn’t just sit on the skin, it actually sinks in and I can really feel it moisturising and nourishing my lips. Over the Winter my lips can get really chapped so I always reach for this and instantly my lips feels restored and comforted. By the end of the day my lips are supple and soft again. It has quite a rich formula which contains honey, plant oils, shea butter and grapefruit essence, it isn’t overpowering in any way and I absolutely adore the scent. Apparently one is sold every 28 seconds throughout the World and I can’t say I’m surprised.
Nuxe Rêve de Miel Lip Balm costs £9.50 for 15ml and is available from Space NK, M&S and directly from the Nuxe website. If you haven’t really tried the Nuxe range before I would really recommend their website as you get three free samples and to pick a miniature product with every order.
Nuxe is one favourite brands and I use a number of products from their skincare range: I have the Huile Prodigieuse Multi Usage Dry Oil with and without the golden shimmer which I absolutely love to use especially during summer. The Rêve De Miel Lip Moisturising Stick with Honey & Sunflower 4g is very handy for on the go and easy to pop into your bag. I use the Micellar Foam Cleanser with Rose Petals as my everyday morning cleanser. It has a lovely rose scent which is very subtle and it’s a gentle but effective cleanser which is fine to use everyday. Lastly I bought the Moisturizing Multi-Purpose Gel for Men as a Christmas present for my brother as he has sensitive teenage skin and he says it’s done wonders for balancing out his skin and leaving it moisturised and not oily. He’d really recommend it.
Have you tried Nuxe Rêve de Miel Lip Balm or any of their other skincare products?
This is not a sponsored post, just my opinion based on my personal experience.