Anyway, the 1 item that I did decided to purchase was one that I'd seen on FeelUnique a few weeks back - so not actually that rare either (haha fail). This is the Nuxe Lotion Tonique aux 3 Roses.
This toner caught my eye for the ingredients - no alcohol and no parabens, with camomile and witch hazel. I've almost done a 180 on myself since the beginning of the year when I was so hell-bent on getting things that would reduce my oiliness, exfoliate and generally be a bit harsh on my skin. Although I feel that's necessary for me in the winter months, unlike most people, in the summer my skin becomes drier and so I feel the need to be more gentle towards it. So I felt this was the best option.
The main things I've noticed so far is that the smell is quite potent (like, REALLY rosy - it has fragrance added) and that you go through it quite quickly - I did get the massive 400mL special offer though, so hopefully it'll last me a good few months. I've only used it a few times, so I couldn't tell you details on its effects etc., but at the moment, the smell is putting me off a lot. But I can see why it's gentle, and it really seems to remove the last traces of make-up! I was told that it's incredibly popular, so hopefully once I finish my LUSH Breath of Fresh Air and start using this more regularly, I'll come out with a positive review.. but until then I just wanted to share my incredibly anti-climactic French pharmaceutical purchase with you :)
Anyone else tried this?
What's your favourite French pharmaceutical product? :)
Just FYI if you're looking to get NUXE offline, M&S's new beauty halls are slowly popping up across the country and yes - they stock NUXE! :) I'm not sure which do and which don't, but I know for sure that the Westfield Stratford one does - complete with the cult favourite lip balm and dry oil :)