The summer months have rolled on by but I couldn’t leave it without reviewing these Nspa bits that have kept me going through this summer. Even thought we are heading into Autumn I still feel these are relevant & still have a place in my skin care routine. We had a little bit of a cold weather but more often than not it’s still warm & clammy. With my dry skin it may seem odd using products ideally for oily skin but bear with me on this one.
The concept with Nspa products are the simplified number system. This means you pick which pieces you’d like in your routine and what order to use them.They are often on offer but only available in Asda as far as I know. I’ve only used these two products from the brand but from this I’d like to try more next time I pop in. As you can see below I’ve got about 2/3 of the way through so I’ve a good idea on what I think about them.
Nspa Radiant Serum (3) £7
This one looks a little scary in the bottle a clear serum with tiny particles of shimmer. Going overboard the first time I used this with 2 or 3 pumps worth. Luckily my fella noticed giving choice words to the effect that I had a super glittery face kinda like that guy off Twilight. His words and he was right. This put me right off it but I tried again a week later with just one pump. Way better results where you get a slight hint of shimmer to the skin. It’s not a life altering serum but it will perk your skin up on dark morning. This is similar effect under your base to the Mua Undress Your Skin foundation. I was even more happy to be using this when it got a Caroline Hirons seal of approval over on her Youtube channel.
Nspa Oil free Moisture Gel (4) – £7
Oil free it’s, its a lovely light gel texture and simple to work with. This doesn’t exactly smell amazing but it’s not stopped me using it. I like this as part of my morning routine on these warm mornings as it’s not heavy, it sinks in quickly and for a gel formula it doesn’t feel greasy. It’s moisturisng enough without my skin feeling like it can’t breath in the heat. May not be enough for winter personally with my dry skin but could work well for oily skin types.