Nip + Fab Haul

Nip and Fab is a company that I’ve heard about previously, but had never really tried any of their items. Over the past five months, I’ve accumulated a lot of blogger mail with many of their items included in it. I’ve mentioned one of them previously on my blog and all the others at least once on social media. A lot of it has been sitting to the side, so I figured sharing with you what I got will help motivate me into finally putting these products to the test.
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It’s not that I didn’t want to try these products or that I wasn’t grateful to have received them in the mail, but I’m sure you know how sometimes we tend to stick with our favorite products. That’s exactly what happened here. I saw them sitting there, but loved what I was already using so much that I didn’t want to stray away from it. It’s been long enough now! I have a lot to test, so I need to get to it.

All of the items are skincare products, except for two. I’ve tried to keep them in some type of order, starting with face products first. All of them are very interesting and not something you would usually see in a skincare line. The first two are the Dragon’s Blood Fix Plumping Serum and the Kale Fix Clay Mask. The Dragon’s Blood Serum ($19.95 for 1.7 oz) is packed with hyaluronic acid, velvet flower, and dragon’s blood to deliver an instant shot of moisture leaving skin looking plumper. The Kale Mask ($12.95 for 1.7 oz) softens and decongests the skin with kale, watercress extract, and witch hazel to draw out impurities and leave skin feeling nourished.
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I have two products from their Bee Sting line, which is honestly kinda scary considering that it has actual bee venom in it. I have no idea whether I’m allergic to bees or not, but I guess we’ll find out. The Bee Sting Fix Eye Cream ($14.95 for .3 oz) has bee venom to plump and firm the skin, manilkara leaf to improve skin’s tonicity, and amino acids to brighten dark circles. As long as I’m not allergic, this product sounds very promising for what I need.

The Glycolic Fix Daily Cleansing Pads ($12.95 for 60) are the ones that I have been using for a while now. I’ve received a total of three of these and I am so grateful for it because they actually work extremely well. They are exfoliating pads that retexture and brighten the skin with glycolic acid, hyaluronic acid, and blue daisy. They do have a different scent to them, but it’s not bad. I’m now halfway through my second set and have seen such a big difference in the texture on my cheeks. These are a huge recommendation!
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I have two of their “shot” products, which I think have some of the coolest packaging ever. On the inside, there’s a big glass dropper that you control by pressing the button on top. It’s the simplest thing on a product that I find so much fun. The Dragon’s Blood Hyaluronic Shot ($24.95 for 1.01 oz) has a 50% hyaluronic solution to lock moisture into the skin and restore skin’s hydration. The Bee Sting Fix Repairing Shot (also $24.95 for 1.01 oz) includes hyaluronic acid, royal jelly, and bee venom to repair dry skin by adding plumping and redensifying benefits.
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These next two items are almost the same thing, but one is made for morning or day and the other is for night. This is their Bust Fix Lotion for the body. They each retail for $16.25 and come with 3.4 oz of product. They both claim to plump and firm the appearance of the skin around the bust and décolleté area. I’m not exactly sure what the difference is between the two of these other than that the morning one says it has mangosteen extract and the night one just says it includes an amplifier complex. I don’t have much going on in that area, but I'll use it and see if there’s any difference on my skin.
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The last skincare product that I have is their Cellulite Fix lotion ($18.25 for 5.1 oz). This one didn’t come in a box like most of the others did, so there’s not much information other than what’s written on the actual outer packaging of the product. This claims to be an ultra-fresh body sculpting gel for fast action on the appearance of cellulite with it’s powerful cell active shape. I only have the slightest amount of cellulite on the back of my thigh, so I might not see the biggest difference with this but you know I’m gonna try. I’m too young to have all that going on!
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The last two items are makeup related. One of them is from Nip and Fab and the other one is from their sister brand, Rodial. The Nip and Fab item is their Viper Venom Micro Blur Fix ($19.95 for 1.4 oz). This is basically a primer that claims to prime and mattify the skin with its many complicated ingredients (syn-ake dipeptide, liftonin-xpress, and aesthetic enhancing polymers). The Rodial Liquid Liner ($28 for .034 oz) looks like any typical black felt tip eyeliner. Some of its claims include that it is waterproof, long-lasting, and quick-drying with a no-skipping, effortless application.
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I’m not completely sure if or where you can find the Rodial product in the United States, it might be a UK only brand. But Ulta does carry many Nip and Fab products, along with a few Target stores. Since I’ve been so impressed and had such great results using the Daily Cleansing Pads, I’m really hoping to see a difference using a lot of these products. You can expect a haul update in a few months once I give them enough time to work.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to leave them for me in the comments below. Also, let me know if you’ve tried anything from Nip and Fab or Rodial before and what product is your favorite!

~Christina~

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