When NSpa contacted me asking if I'd like to trial some of their products in the form of their 'blogger' bag, I said yes, yes, yes! (Please). I'm always on the hunt for luxurious products for a student friendly price tag. NSpa is created by the people behind the Nirvana Spa, voted the UK's top day spa- they've certainly got the credentials.
They sent me two of their '3 step' collections- the 'Bathing Rituals*' and the 'Beauty Rituals*' all packaged cutely in a blue beauty bag, with a sweet handwritten note and lots of pink tissue paper. Now that, is good PR! I received the products about 2 weeks ago and I have thoroughly put each product to the test.
All three steps come in a Jojoba and white Jasmine scent which is relaxing as well as feeling really expensive! I received the Moisturising Shower and Body Wash (£2.45) as my step one (also available: Shower Mousse and Foaming Bath Milk). I loved the body wash and have actually used up the entire tube, the scent isn't over whelming on the skin like some scented shower gels but its noticeable and I felt squeaky clean for hours after. For step 2 I go the Body Polish (£2.95) which is my least favourite of the products I tried. You can also purchase a scrub as step two, which is more up my alley as I find polishes do little for my skin type. However I recommend it highly to all you sensitive skinned babes out there! For step three I was gifted the Body Lotion (£3.95) (a butter and hand and nail cream are also available as step three) I LOVED combining the shower gel with the body lotion, making the scent last extra long on my skin and I was amazed at how quickly the lotion sunk into my skin, leaving me moisturised, not greasy.
The whole Beauty Rituals range is brimming with goodness including vitamin E, ginseng, neroli oil and maca root for added radiance! For step one I was given the Melting Cleansing Gel (£6) which was my favourite of all the products I received. I love taking into the shower with me, slavering it on my face and then washing it off. It starts as a cooling gel, and when its wet it becomes more of a cleansing milk consistency- amazeballs (there were also a toning mist and face wash available in step one). Step two for me was the Hot Cloth Polish (£7) which, whilst I LOVED, felt like I didn't need to use after using the cleansing gel. I would've found more use in the face scrub or mask available in step 2, however its a great dupe for the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. Step three for me meant the Illuminating Beauty Serum (£7) I haven't tried many facial serums, but this is an incredible one which I will be immediately repurchase when I run out- it made me look like I'd had an amazing 12 hour beauty sleep!
Overall I loved the three step ranges, affordable, luxurious and live up to their claims. I would recommend you choose a more appropriate 'three' in the beauty range than I have, however, having the steps laid out for me really helped me keep on track with my skincare regime!