More products from the Deciem crew! So far I’ve had huge success with the two NIOD products I’m using – I’m so impressed with them and currently using them daily. Sorry to report though that HIF is a bit of a fail as far as my hair is concerned. Having to wash your hair again because the first co-wash was so bad isn’t my ideal start to the day. However, I’ve heard good feedback about it from others so maybe it’s just me and my hair that just aren’t suited to the formula.

I think that NIOD Photography Fluid 12% is probably going to sell out the day it goes on sale at Victoria Health. It’s a light refractive fluid with a serum texture that’s specifically developed for snaps of yourself – if you think of the billions of selfies going out each day, it’s quickly going to be renamed Liquid Selfie. It’s got tone and colour correctors and light reflecting prisms that you can use under foundation or mix it up with your base.

To be more specific about what NIOD Photography Fluid 12% contains I’d really need to write an essay – but as a top line guide you’ll find Bio-Silica Photo Finishing Prisms Grades 3, 7 and 9 (ultra fine refractive particles). Then, Nano-Prismatic Blurring Suspension (enhances activation of copper peptides contained within the product). Nano-Prismatic Yellow-Red Hue Corrector that blanks out red tones and minimizes yellow tones. Nano-Prismatic Gold Technology (gives a golden hue to skin) and Dragon Fruit Chromatic Refractor (bio fruit complex to give immediate radiance).

I cannot wait to get my hands on this! However, I was absolutely convinced that I’d love HIF and I actually hate it so other than give you the heads up that NIOD Photography Fluid 12% is on its way, I don’t want to dive in and say it’s going to be the best thing since sliced bread, based on my experience of NIOD so far, it has all the makings of being a stellar product so as soon as I’ve tested it out, I’ll report back. What I will say about it is that it’s £20 which seems remarkably well priced for such a product.

Keep your eyes firmly on Victoria Health in June! I’m currently using Copper Amino Isolate Serum, £38 (HERE) and the Hyaluronic Complex, £38 (HERE).

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