Nude Rescue Oil
Nude Rescue Oil

The new Nude Rescue Oil (proper name Nude ProGenius Omega Treatment Rescue Oil.. whew) is, I think, paving the way for new generation skin oils. It’s a sheer oil. In terms of oil textures, this is the featherweight version, and let’s face it, some oils can feel like the super heavyweights. But, as it happens, a light oil version doesn’t mean less skin benefits; it just feels super silky. I used it last night and woke to very hydrated and soft feeling skin. One use isn’t nearly enough to gather evidence on, but I’ve tried hundreds of oils and this one is rather special.

Nude Rescue Oil
Nude Rescue Oil

As far as skin type goes, Nude Rescue Oil is formulated for all skin types, but oily and spot prone skin will see most benefit from the strong clarifying elements. In the mix are ingredients such as rosemary and thyme which are natural purifiers and clarifiers, and interestingly, Nude Rescue Oil is using Bakuchoil as a natural alternative to retinol. It’s omega packed, with papaya, hibiscus, kelp and wild carrot roots (this is starting to sound like a delicious smoothie ingredient list). All Nude products are made without parabens, sulphates, PEGs, TEA, DEA, propylene glycol, phthalates, petroleum, synthetic colour, synthetic fragrance, mineral oil and crucially for those who are silicone averse.. you won’t find any silicones at all. Nude Rescue Oil is £62.

At the same time as the Nude Rescue Oil, there’s also a Clarifying Cleansing Oil on the cards – once again it’s a smoothie for the skin with melon seed oil, passionfruit seed oil, cranberry seed oil, brocolli seed oil.. and more! Bascially, these are built for maximum omega boosts – the cleansing oil is an oil to milk formula which isn’t my favourite, I must admit, but you do get all the benefits of an oil cleanse but still end up with completely clean, no-residue skin. It’s £28 and both products launch into SpaceNK on June 5th.

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