February 09, 2016

If It's Good Enough For Kylie Jenner!

I will admit that the Nip and Fab products never really appealed to me even when Kylie was boasting on about how amazing they are. However back in December the Dragons Blood Cleansing Pads were half price in Boots so I thought I would pick up a tub to give it a try, see what all the hype is about.

Starting with the scent, I have seen mixed reviews about this but personally I adore it. To me it smells very spa like and I just adore it. I will say though if I go to close to my eyes it will sting a little, I have mega sensitive eyes though so it could be just that. The scent lingers for a few minutes then wears off.

Each tub contains 60 pads covered in product. When I first got these I was picking up what I thought was a single pad but in fact was 3 or 4 at a time. Make sure you peel the pads off each other as one is quite thin but it's all you need. Don't be like me and waste some not even knowing!

The product itself honestly when I picked it up I had no idea what it was even supposed to do. I picked them up as I wanted to use them almost like a toner to just run over my face after removing my makeup. The pads themselves claim to hydrate your skin to give a much more plump look, deeply cleanse the pores and comfort and restore skin hydration. 
I will say that when I do use these my face does feel nice and refreshed almost like a cooling effect on the skin. The pads themselves are also packed with product so there really is enough product on one pad to cover your whole face. But I don't notice any huge improvements to my skin because of these to be honest.

I don't really like writing negative reviews and even though this one is neither or I just don't know what these possibly could do to help my skin in anyway! Maybe if I used these on their own and no other products I might see a difference but as in for now I have to use other products as part of my skincare routine. I probably wouldn't buy these again, although I do like how fresh they leave my skin feeling I don't think it's worth the price tag. 

You can find the Dragons Blood Cleansing Pads in Boots for €13.49 and they currently have a 3 for 2 offer on skincare!

Have you tried the Nip & Fab Dragons Blood Cleansing Pads, did you notice a difference?


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13 comments:

  1. I have the Nip&Fab Dragons blood fix plumping mask and I honestly found it a bit meh....I wasn't a huge fan of the scent and my Botanics night cream left my skin a lot more hydrated so it just ended up lying at the bottom of my skincare drawer! I don't think I'll be picking up any more of their products anytime soon x
    Aisling | Aislings beauty bytes

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    1. I absolutely adore the Botanics range one of my absolute faves! x

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  2. I actually never used Nip and Fab products before thanks for sharing your views on this product.

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

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  3. I've never used anything from Nip + Fab, I've always found them to be a bit of a 'meh' brand. Nothing has ever been aimed at my skin type! x

    Jodie // Jodie Loue

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    1. I was exactly the same to be honest, I only picked these up because they were half price, would have been gutted if I paid full price x

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  4. I've been using these for a few weeks now and really like them. I've found that they've helped to control my blemishes and keep my skin clear - something that I've struggled with for a while now. x

    Jordan Alice

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    1. Oh really? Thats so good! I don't tend to suffer with many blemishes but so glad the pads work for you :) x

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  5. I've just started using these, so far I'm not sure but I do love how fresh they make you feel. I'm using them alongside my current skincare too, don't think they're enough on their own xx

    Tamz | http://www.throughneweyesx.com

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    1. I do love how they leave my skin feeling but after 10 minutes when it's faded I forget I've even used one x

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  6. This is really interesting! I'd seen the brand around but not really paid much attention to them. I'm intrigued by your review so might give them a go.

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  7. Hmm I think I'll give these ones a miss as it doesn't sound like a great product. Maybe if they're on sale I'll pick them up but not worth it at full price by the sounds of it!

    The Makeup Directory

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  8. I used the pads from Nip+Fab in the blue pot and liked it but was not impressed. I much prefer Pixi Glow Tonic or the exfoliating toner from Clarins. x

    Renata | Speaking Beauty UK

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