There was always something very fascinating about French beauty. The hair always seemed so shiny and blown out, the outfit is effortlessly put together, and the skin looks immaculately ageless.
In the book Ageless Beauty the French Way, author and Beauty and Well-Being editor-in-chief Clémence von Mueffling shared that skin care is the star of her beauty routine. This is proven with several French beauty skin-care brands garnering cult-like followings.
An elusive French skin-care brand we all know and love is Nuxe. It was in 1991 when it introduced the world to Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Purpose Dry Oil, which single-handedly changed the rules of skin care.
Huile Prodigieuse is a multi-award winning must-have product, formulated with nourishing Vitamin E to rehabilitate stressed skin and maintain its optimal hydration levels. It can be found in every French woman’s beauty arsenal.
This product is intended to work between body, face, and hair seamlessly. Add a few drops of this oil to your moisturizer or day cream when you feel your face is dry. Use it as a body moisturizer after taking a bath for that shimmery, baby-soft skin. Spray it onto a bristle brush and gently comb through your hair to tame those flyaways while adding shine to your crowning glory. The beauty of Huile Prodigieuse lies in its simplicity, with a beautiful blend of 30% plant oils that nourish skin with a dry and comfortable finish.
Let's not forget about how heavenly the scent this dry oil has. It's subtle, warm, and slightly sweet. Its signature mix of borage, sweet almond, camellia, hazelnut, and macadamia gives something inexplicably French about it. For the intoxicating scent alone, this product is worth wearing as a fragrance for day-to-day.
It goes without saying that this product is truly beautiful. Without any greasy residue, you can apply it from head to toe without wasting so much time and effort.
Huile Prodigieuse can serve so many purposes and the fragrance will probably transport you somewhere exquisite. It makes you want to go into every French woman's apartment, get their bottle of Nuxe, and not feel bad about it.