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Friday, September 2, 2016

Fab Newness from Nip + Fab | Nip + Fab Bee Sting Toning Pads & Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic Shot

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I seem to be sliiiding into weekend mode early as it's taken me all day to sit down an write this. Apologies to Nip + Fab, because there is nothing uninteresting about their newest offerings. Between the two, we cover bees (with the Bee Sting  Toning Pads) and dragons (with the Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic Shot) and end up with amazing skin.




I don't know that I've ever used pre-moistned toner pads, but yes please! It's kind of nice not having to splash toner on your own pads. Yes, that sounds incredibly lazy... Anyway, the Nip + Fab Bee Sting Fix Toning Pads are clarifying and pore tightening pads that feature witch hazel, bee venom, and propolis. Witch hazel works with proplis (a substance harvested by bees that is both an anti-oxidant and antiseptic) to heal skin, tighten pores and deep clean while the bee venom works to plump skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines, and smooth skin.

I love that these pads are no only pre-moistened (perfect for the lazy girl in us all), but are also alcohol-free. They feel great on skin after cleansing and leave it feeling smoother, lightly hydrated and generally, very happy.


Dry skinned ladies will love the new Nip + Fab Dragon's Blood Hyaluronic Shot. The serum -like product provides a major does of hylauronic acid (50% to be exact!) You can use the 'shot' on it's own, directly on skin, as an intense treatment, or you can add it to your moisturizer to boost it's efficacy. As hyaluronic acid holds up to 1000 times it's weight in water, this serum turns anything you use with into a powerful hydration source. Dragon's Blood (a sap found in the Croton Lechleri tree in the Amazon) joins hyaluronic acid to help protect skin from environmental damage and reduce redness and inflammation.

Overall, I am really into these products! I love hylauronic acid in my skincare so the shot has been an instant hit, but the Bee Sting pads are a nice add on to my routine too. You really can't miss with either. What do you think? Could you use either of these products in your skincare line up?