Clean.Scrub.Plump

June 30, 2017

Hi friends! I partnered with Collectively, NIP + FAB, and Rodial to try some new products. Both Rodial and Nip + Fab were completely new brands to me so it was exciting to add new products into my beauty routine. 
NIP + FAB is a innovative beauty brand that's known for using ingredients like glycolic acid and dragon's blood to their products. Overall they aim to firm, hydrate, tighten, and tone. After what seemed like ages I finally used up my embarrassing drug store face wash and finally got around to trying these new products.

NIP + FAB Glycolic Fix Cleanser ($7.99) is a deep cleansing formula with glycolic acid, apple amino acid, glycolic acid, and olive oil. These ingredients help create a foaming cleanser that softens skin, gives long lasting hydration, exfoliate, re-texturizing skin, and purifying pores.

I love this cleanser! It does a great job of taking off makeup that gets stuck in my hard to reach spots, and really helps purify my skin. I love the smell, a grapefruit-y/citrus scent. This product reminds me a little of Mario Badescu's Glylolic Foaming Cleanser with its runny consistency. Overall I've seen a noticeable difference with this product really softening and clearing my normal/acne prone skin over the past month.

NIP + FAB Glycolic Fix Scrub ($9.99) this scrub is a 3-in-1 micro exfoliant with glycolic scrub with salicylic acids. This scrub claims to refine, brighten, renew, exfoliate, and retexturizes. 

I'm not the biggest fan of thick/chunky exfoliating scrubs. I'm still regretting purchasing Burt's Bees Pore refining scrub. I haven't made up my mind how I feel about this product. The scrub isn't super thick but its not thin either. Its not quite a "meh" but its also not life changing. I do like to use this after cleansing just to make sure there's absolutely no makeup left/I like the feeling. I do think that this product definitely helps retexturize my skin and brightens it on some level. This scrub smells just like the cleanser which is a nice touch.
On the other hand Rodial offers high performance skincare with targeted treatments. Kim K. has been seen using their dragon blood lip masks recently. I'm a wimp when it comes to lip plumpers I just hate the venom-y/burning feeling of lip plumpers. I gave away my Too Faced lip plumper as fast as possible. So I wasn't sure what I was in for when they sent me the Dragon's Blood XXL lip plumper although to be honest I am just too scared of this product and am most likely going to regift.

What have you been using to wash your face lately?

This post was sponsored by Collectively, all thoughts are always my own.
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