Saturday, 16 August 2014

Review: Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix Products

When the Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix range dropped through my letter box, I was intrigued. I don't have wrinkles (yet) or fine lines, but I'm always up for some preventative methods and anything to keep my skin looking younger for longer is A okay in my books. I was initially quite apprehensive, as these contain legit bee sting... yup, you read right- bees venom! I had visions of my face coming up all red and puffy and hurting, a lot. I'm not sure I want to go that far for beauty. However, the feel really luxurious and comfortable on the skin- in fact you can't even tell they have bee venom in them at all! All the benefits, minus the pain- good work Nip + Fab.
*Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix Eye Cream
*Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix Cream Deluxe
*Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix  Deluxe Body Souffle
*Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix  Lifting Mask
Nip + Fab is a brand I've used and trusted for a long time so I was excited to try their new range. According to the internet, the bee sting: 
 controls the facial muscles, increases blood circulation gently plumping out and firming the skin. Also fills and smoothes fine lines and wrinkles it also contains 
Propolis Extract: this is a resinous substance harvested by bees on flower buds and it is a great skin healer, anti-oxidant and antiseptic properties. It also contains a substance which helps improve and retain skins moisture, meaning this range isn't just for people who are after its anti aging benefits. 

Applying the products to my skin, I found them to be thicker, in general and take a little bit longer than my other moisturisers to sink in. However, my skin feels smoother, firmer and much more hydrated, so I am happy for the extra drying time- if this is the end result. Over all, I love this range, and despite the somewhat garish packaging (although relevant when it comes to the bees!) I'm more than happy to incorporate these products into my everyday skin routine- its love.

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