I’ve been reaching into my skincare samples a lot lately to do weekly reviews for you. This week’s skincare review is on the Nude Detox Brightening Fizzy Powder Wash. Now that name is a mouthful! This product is quite interesting. It retails for $42 for 2 ounces of product. My sample of the Nude Detox is from Sephora, where I know they carry the entire line of Nude Skincare. The website describes the product as follows:
What it is:
An effervescent powder treatment wash with multiple sources of vitamin C, enzymes, and rose hip seeds to brighten and refine.
What it is formulated to do:
This brightening enzymatic treatment wash starts out as a fine powder, and with the addition of water, becomes a fizzing foam. The high-performing formula features multiple sources of vitamin C—including lemon and lime extracts, Brazilian acerola fruit, and ascorbic acid—that instantly brighten skin. A blend of enzymes facilitates exfoliation, while all-natural seeds from rose hip and vanilla gently smooth skin.
NUDE blended carefully-selected, pure oils including cold-pressed Inca gold oil, Hawaiian acai berry oil, and organic virgin coconut oil, and diffused them onto the powder through a unique process that allows each grain of the powder to be coated without clumping. This process ensures optimal delivery of omegas 3, 6, and 9 to nourish and protect skin. This precisely balanced formula of active nutrients detoxifies and leaves skin visibly radiant.
I simply poured some of the product into my hand and added some warm water to get an effervescence going. I applied it to my face and washed with a circular motion. I then rinsed with warm water. The product was not abrasive, however I’d say that I could feel the particles in it doing their work to clean and exfoliate my skin. My skin felt smooth and clean. It wasn’t dry, nor taut. It’s supposed to help reduce the appearance of pores. I only got two applications out of the sample packet, so I could not say if this is true.
Verdict: This cleanser is very nice. I didn’t notice any fragrance from it. It’s free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oils, etc so I feel like it’s a great cleanser for people looking for those types of products. It’s a little bit expensive at $42. I’d recommend getting a sample and trying this one out for sure. I would definitely purchase the full size bottle. Click HERE for purchasing information.
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