NUXE Huile Prodigieuse

As we near the colder months my skin gets more and more dry, and nothing seems to help keep this at bay. The skin on my legs and arms get particularly dry and in the height of winter it can start to crack (gross). I've tried numerous products and while things like Nivea help keep my skin moisturized for a while, it'll always start to get dry again. Enter the NUXE Huile Prodigieuse. I was sent this king of multi-use products last week and I'm amazed by how much I've already seen a difference in my skin.

This is a dry oil multi-use product (France's leading dry oil oooo) full of reparative plant oils like macadamia, hazelnut, borage, sweet almond, camellia, and St. John's wort. It also contains Vitamin E which is extremely beneficial to skin as it has antioxidant properties which block free radicals. It's free of mineral oil and silicons, and a majority of the ingredients are naturally sourced. Apart from the dreamy formula, the packaging is also genius. I've used many a body oil in the past, but they're so messy I always just give up. This size has a spray cap (bloody genius) so you just spray it on and rub it in (lazy girls rejoice)! It's also liquidy so easy to blend in, but not so much so that it runs down your leg before you can get to it. I've already noticed that the skin on my legs is less dry when I get home at the end of the day. Usually all traces of moisture would have disappeared, but my skin still looks quite hydrated!

I've also been using it on my hair, and it looks healthy and shiny without being too heavy. I'm not super into hair products so I'm not one to really notice a huge difference, but it's easy to use the leftovers on my ends! I haven't yet braved putting this on my face, but as the temperature has finally dropped here in the south I think I will be. I'll update you in a future favourites post or on Instagram!

Have you guys tried this out, or anything else from NUXE? Let me know your thoughts! I love having a bit of the French Pharmecie with me, hehe.

*Products mentioned in this post have been sent to me for consideration. I have not been compensated for this post and as always, all opinions are my own.