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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Nutrix Royal Body by Lancome

Here is another good stuff that I would like you to check out. Nutrix Royal Body is a product by Lancome which truly makes the skin silky soft and the scent is not over powering. I have dry skin especially at winter time and found this product by chance. It was on sale at that time and bought it on impulse (guilty). No regret because the scent is fresh and truly a great skin moisturizer. I am not compensated on this post and did not receive a free product. This is $38 right now but, I bought it for only $12 plus a gift set. Good deal huh?
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You can nurture a very dry skin back to supple softness and it woks for my skin (yap, really). If you are looking for a body cream that will rescue your skin from serious dryness, you should check this out. After shower, it instantly relieve uncomfortable tightness and will smooth the roughness of the skin caused by extreme dehydration.

This product will repair the appearance of dry and very dry skin with Royal Lipideum, a unique technology enriched with Royal Jelly that supplements skin's own natural lipids for intense hydration.

With this product, it will protect your body with renewed levels of moisture-trapping lipids. The skin feels insulated from the daily effects of climate and seasonal changes. With Nutrix Royal Body, skin will be nurtured and moisturized, skin feels silky smooth, soft and comfortable.

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