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Nude Replenishing Night Oil - anyone tried?

(13 Posts)
lostlady Tue 24-May-11 15:36:52

Not as exciting as it sounds - supposedly fabulous anti-ageing stuff grin. Am sceptical but desperate so wondered if anyone uses it?

MissFoodie Tue 24-May-11 20:55:30

it's not bad - but there are better ones, read post called Nourish Me on

lostlady Tue 24-May-11 21:18:13

Thanks,will go and have a look directly. Something must be done grin

hester Tue 24-May-11 21:24:30

It's fine, no better than others I've used. I prefer the REN rose oil one, for example.

sleepysox Wed 25-May-11 22:50:48

MIssFoodie- that blog is brilliant! What a time and money saver, now I can find paraben free products without having to source them myself, or buy eco products which don't work. Thank you grin

MissFoodie Thu 26-May-11 07:59:07

aaaaaah thanks!!!!!!!!!!!! smile
so pleased you like it!!!!
yes, nothing worse than wasting money on things.....I've done that for years, one of the reasons why I started writing about the products I'd tried!
did you order anything? I meant to say, if you like Nude, you would probably like the Liz Earle one

noddyholder Thu 26-May-11 08:12:01

I use deforms neroli at night always have I am 45 now and really notice the difference within a few days if I run out! I also think I am so used to the smell I can't sleep without it. It does make skin look very even in the morning. If I am not going out in the day I sometimes put a heavier layer on and stay make up free allmday and that helps too.

MissFoodie Thu 26-May-11 11:04:00

what brand is deforms?

noddyholder Thu 26-May-11 11:29:04

sorry ipad decleor!

MissFoodie Thu 26-May-11 12:50:08

aaah I see!

lostlady Fri 27-May-11 16:43:46

i have had a look - thanks. Am still swithering, I suspect really that nothing will really help, but the Liz Earle one does look nice. I had avoided that stuff before as thought it did contain chemicals, but must have been wrong. I have super sensitive dry skin and usually use natural/organic stuff. Good blog - must be fun too grin Thanks again

MissFoodie Fri 27-May-11 21:09:47

pleasure - and yes, all the products I use do not contain chemicals, including make up!

lostlady Fri 27-May-11 22:37:24

That's great- apart from any bigger issues, red scaly patches don't help in my in the quest to look radiantgrin. I like the look of the foundations too, will maybe test one of them too. Do love this stuff.

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