This miracle oil is celebrating it's 30th birthday this year so we've teamed up with NUXE to give one lucky Irish Tatler reader the chance to win not one, not two but three (!!!) bottles Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse.
As you read this, you're probably also watching Netflix.
And you're probably also emailing yourself some ideas for Monday's big company-wide Zoom meeting, too. And maybe you're even faced with the task of coming up with a lesson plan for another day of homeschooling while also trying to make dinner.
Sound familiar? Of course, it does, because when was the last time you actually had the luxury of doing just one thing at a time?
You don't have time to be a solo-tasker, and you also don't have time (or the money) to bother with skincare products that are solo-taskers either. Luckily for you, I've rediscovered a product so good, I'm genuinely considering throwing out the entire contents of my skincare cabinet.
Nuxe's Huile Prodigiuese is by no means a new product. In fact, it started life as a French pharmacy product back in 1991. 30 years later, it is a cult product found on the bathroom shelves all across the world - and for good reason, too.
Last week I tasked myself with the chore of finally clearing out my skincare collection when I stumbled upon a half-used bottle of this miracle oil. Somehow between new launches and requesting serums off everyone I know for Christmas, my bottle of Nuxe's Huile Prodigiuese got lost in the back of my skincare drawer.
Over the past few months, I had noticed my skin was dryer than usual, my hair had lost its sheen and I had been suffering from strawberry legs and rashes after shaving. All of these woes I had blamed on the past 365 days of heightened stress and anxiety, the never-ending lockdown and the fact I've not been to my hairdresser or dermatologist in over three months. But in actual fact, it's all because I stopped using Nuxe's Huile Prodigiuese.
NUXE Huile Prodigieuse 100ml, €34, SHOP
Now, just two weeks since reintroducing Nuxe's Huile Prodigiuese and I feel reborn. When raving about this magical oil to anyone who would listen, there was one consistent question I was asked: "How do I use it?". Well, there in lies the true wonders of this product.
If you're experiencing dry skin, simply take a drop or two of the oil and apply post-shower for shimmery-baby-soft skin. Split ends? Simply spritz the bottle to the ends of your hair and you'll have tresses shiny and supple. If you're noticing your face is particularly dehydrated, add a few drops to your moisturiser of choice and watch the hydration. It also works wonders on untameable brows and chronic cuticles. It evens smells great and can double up as perfume, Huile Prodigiuese imparts a touch of scent that isn’t overpowering.
The unique thing about this oil though, and one of the reasons I personally love it is that it's actually a dry oil. This means that it sinks in quickly to your skin without any greasy residue you might associate with heavy-duty body lotions or oils. In fact, I often put this on after my morning shower and get dressed for work immediately.
NUXE Huile Prodigieuse 100ml, €34, SHOP
And like all Nuxe products, it’s made from natural ingredients. Made up of 98.1% natural ingredients, Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse contains seven precious oils to create an intensely nourishing formula. As well as tsubaki, almond, camellia, borage, hazelnut, macadamia and argan oils it's also enriched with vitamin E for moisture that deeply penetrates even the driest of skin types.
And with fans like Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Jennifer Aniston and Eva Mendes – not to mention sales of 20 million bottles worldwide – Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse is wholly deserving of its cult status.
2021 marks a very special year for NUXE Huile Prodigieuse – it’s celebrating its 30th Birthday! To celebrate, we've teamed up with NUXE to give one lucky Irish Tatler reader the chance to win not one, not two but three (!!!) bottles Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse.
To be in the chance of winning this exclusive prize worth over €100, simply answer the question below:
T&Cs apply. Entrants must be 18 years or older. This prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferrable. Editor's decision is final. Winner will be contacted by email and if they do not respond within a day, a new winner will be selected. Open to residents in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland only. One entry per person. Competition closes Friday, March 19th.
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