I’d first heard of Nip and Fab products years ago but it’s only in the last few months that I’ve tried some of them out and I’m excited to share my favourites with you.
Glycolic Fix Scrub
The first product I tried actually came from Glossybox, a monthly beauty subscription box and it was a mini version of the Glycolic Fix Scrub so I decided to take it away on holiday with me to test it and I instantly loved it. The grapefruit scent is energising and refreshing and the scrub gently exfoliates with glycolic and salicylic acids to brighten and refine the complexion. I loved it so much that the first thing I did when I came back home was repurchase the full size version! I use this on a weekly basis, usually when I’m in the shower or bath – it doesn’t feel harsh at all and leaves my skin super soft. You can buy the Glycolic Fix Scrub for £9.95 but if you keep an eye out in Boots or Superdrug you can often get it for a bit cheaper when there are offers.
Dragons Blood Fix Hyaluronic Shot
After getting on really successfully with the Glycolic Fix Scrub I’ve become more drawn to the brightly coloured Nip and Fab packaging so decided to try some other products and stumbled upon the Dragons Blog Fix Hyaluronic Shot. As a Game of Thrones fan, I knew I had to try it and I love any product containing hyaluronic acid after falling in love with the Hyaluronic Acid by The Ordinary and the hyaluronic acid here does not disappoint. It’s super hydrating, plumping and helps to restore skill cells while reducing redness.
The packaging of this Nip and Fab product is admittedly pretty cool – it comes with a pipette which you click to retrieve and again to release. You can use this to mix into your moisturiser but I tend to use it as a serum before moisturising as I have quite dry skin. Now this product is normally £24.95 but I managed to get it for half price when Superdrug had an offer. Yay!
Kale Fix Moisturiser
The Kale Fix Moisturiser is another product that I was sent in my Glossybox but instantly loved because its ideal for dry skin. Unlike the other two products, this is a good one to use on a daily basis and is great as a base for makeup. One to two pumps will do over clean, cleansed skin. The Kale Fix Moisturiser costs £19.95.
Dragons Blood Fix Cleansing Pads
I’ll quite happy admit that I’m the ultimate lazy gal when it comes to skincare, so I’ve easily fallen in love with these Dragons Blood Fix Cleansing Pads. These remove your makeup super easily while refreshing your skin leaving it hydrated and plump thanks to the high content of hyaluronic acid. They also contain Salicylic acid and witch hazel which is perfect for blemishes, acne and for glowing skin. I actually prefer these to the Pixi Glow Peel Pads as I find that the Pixi pads leave a bit of sticky residue on the skin whereas the Nip and Fab pads don’t. The Dragons Blood Fix Cleansing Pads cost £9.95.
No Needle Fix Night Cream
This is one of the best night creams I’ve ever used – bold statement I know. The No Needle Fix Night Cream contains slow releasing retinoids which helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles while you sleep and contains hydrating oils so that the skin is moisturised and refreshed when you wake up. This is the last product in my evening skincare routine and I’m loving it so far! The No Needle Fix Night Cream costs £19.95.
Glycolic Fix Liquid Glow Extreme
The final product is the Glycolic Liquid Glow Extreme which is essentially an acid toner. Now I’m a big fan of acid toners and my favourites are from The Ordinary and Pixi but I’m always on the lookout for new ones. This one contains 6% glycolic acid (The Ordinary has 7% and Pixi has 5%) and it has the really lovely grapefruit scent which is so refreshing. I pop a bit onto a cotton pad and sweep it across cleansed skin, before adding serum and moisturiser. I don’t think this is quite up there with the Pixi Glow Tonic which I use daily but its quite nice to shake my routine up. The Glycolic Fix Liquid Glow Extreme costs £19.95.
Have you tried any Nip and Fab products before?