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Nip+Fab Exfoliate Glycolic Fix Foaming Facial Cleanser for Her 150ml, £5.21 Or £9.70 Non-Prime - 25% Off Voucher Subscribe & Save @ Amazon

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Posted 28th MayEdited by:"louiselouise"

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Edit 3rd June: This has went down in price again, £5.21 one-time purchase
25% off Voucher for your first Subscribe & Save (more should come off if you have more than five S&S subscriptions).
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A repost, but a few pence less than before, when it was £5.41. There's also a £5.08 Subscribe & Save option.
3473691.jpgSkincare product from the designer house of Nip + Fab
A facial cleanser for women
150ml bottle
3473691.jpg3473691.jpgFrom the official website (ignore the Kylie Jenner endorsement) nipandfab.com/ski…r-1
Foaming facial cleanser with glycolic acid + cleansing olive oil. The Glycolic Cleansing Fix deep cleanses to rid the skin of all traces of grime and make-up whilst giving the skin a refreshing boost for clearer and more radiant skin. Glycolic Acid works to re-texture the skin to hide the appearance of unwanted lines and wrinkles, whilst Olive Oil deeply hydrates and smoothes the skin.

key benefits:
2% glycolic acid: gently exfoliates + retextures skin
olive oil: cleanses + purifies pores

  • Ingredients
    Aqua (Water), Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Coco-Glucoside, Glycolic Acid, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxypropyl Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Benzyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Limonene, Parfum (Fragrance), Coconut Acid, Disodium EDTA, Olive Oil PEG-7 Esters, Benzyl Benzoate, Dehydroacetic Acid, Geraniol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citral, Linalool.

  • How To Use
    • Gently + thoroughly massage on damp skin.
    • Rinse with lukewarm water.
    • We recommended that you carry out a patch test before first application.
    • Use sunscreen during daytime.

    Cautions: Avoid the delicate eye area. Do not use on peeling or irritated skin.
    Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on children under 3 years old

£11 at Boots boots.com/nip…090
£11 Sainsburys (OOS) sainsburys.co.uk/gol…0ml
£8 Argos (might be hard to get your hands on, as only Sainsburys' Argos outlets are open afaik) argos.co.uk/pro…172

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Kingydaman29/05/2020 00:15

Firstly, it's pretty obvious that you have no idea whatsoever about …Firstly, it's pretty obvious that you have no idea whatsoever about skincare, as CH is one the most knowledgeable women when it comes to beauty.Secondly, it wasn't an insult but as you're most likely one the folk who is offended by everything/anything, I'll allow you to indulge yourself & feel aggrieved.Goodnight.



Wow, someone is defensive. It certainly read like one. If I got it wrong, I apologise.

You're the one on here with an attitude, not me. I was trying to be helpful to another member and your comment made no sense. On HUKD, many people are glib for the lulz.

Months ago when I posted elsewhere on this subject, someone PMed me for help with their acne and scarring, which I didn't expect. I have the mindset it can be shaky ground as it's like asking for medical advice online. I see no harm in erring on the side of caution. Again, no need for insults.

Maybe you're upset that I've never heard of her. Oh well.

Edit: There's actually a thread about her on tattle, which I frequent sometimes. Boyf just sent me this
As for my knowledge, you'd be surprised, but I see no reason to peacock on here. It only really benefits me and my niece (who's at a beauty college and asks for advice/gets some gadgets/products from me).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th May
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Any good?
Anyone use this?
As a man I'm already not impressed lmao... what's for her? Do woman have different skin? I've been using womans shampoo and body wash likewise family and friends use mens products... yikes better get to hospital asap seriously will this be good for me or do I have the wrong DNA?
Edited by: "comedychris" 28th May
Nice deal @louiselouise
Heat
Got this last week, really like it
comedychris28/05/2020 23:42

As a man I'm already not impressed lmao... what's for her? Do woman have …As a man I'm already not impressed lmao... what's for her? Do woman have different skin? I've been using womans shampoo and body wash likewise family and friends use mens products... yikes better get to hospital asap seriously will this be good for me or do I have the wrong DNA?


Just use what you like and what suits your skin, don't care about the gender thing. Boyf is always nicking my moisturiser. A few decades ago it was considered sissy for men to use any skincare products.
louiselouise28/05/2020 23:46

Just use what you like and what suits your skin, don't care about the …Just use what you like and what suits your skin, don't care about the gender thing. Boyf is always nicking my moisturiser. A few decades ago it was considered sissy for men to use any skincare products.


You sound like a Hirons Skincare Freak
Kingydaman28/05/2020 23:55

You sound like a Hirons Skincare Freak



Not sure what you mean but anyway...I did contribute for years on essentialdayspa and yes, it's just one of my obsessions. But - my comment is actually pretty simple and common sense, so, no need for insults.

After Googling it, I have no idea who Caroline Hirons is. And it's not a good idea to follow rave reviews as we all have different skin types and allergies.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th May
louiselouise28/05/2020 23:57

Not sure what you mean but anyway...I did contribute for years on …Not sure what you mean but anyway...I did contribute for years on essentialdayspa and yes, it's just one of my obsessions. But - my comment is actually pretty simple and common sense, so, no need for insults.After Googling it, I have no idea who Caroline Hirons is. And it's not a good idea to follow rave reviews as we all have different skin types and allergies.


Firstly, it's pretty obvious that you have no idea whatsoever about skincare, as CH is one the most knowledgeable women when it comes to beauty.

Secondly, it wasn't an insult but as you're most likely one the folk who is offended by everything/anything, I'll allow you to indulge yourself & feel aggrieved.

Goodnight.
Kingydaman29/05/2020 00:15

Firstly, it's pretty obvious that you have no idea whatsoever about …Firstly, it's pretty obvious that you have no idea whatsoever about skincare, as CH is one the most knowledgeable women when it comes to beauty.Secondly, it wasn't an insult but as you're most likely one the folk who is offended by everything/anything, I'll allow you to indulge yourself & feel aggrieved.Goodnight.



Wow, someone is defensive. It certainly read like one. If I got it wrong, I apologise.

You're the one on here with an attitude, not me. I was trying to be helpful to another member and your comment made no sense. On HUKD, many people are glib for the lulz.

Months ago when I posted elsewhere on this subject, someone PMed me for help with their acne and scarring, which I didn't expect. I have the mindset it can be shaky ground as it's like asking for medical advice online. I see no harm in erring on the side of caution. Again, no need for insults.

Maybe you're upset that I've never heard of her. Oh well.

Edit: There's actually a thread about her on tattle, which I frequent sometimes. Boyf just sent me this
As for my knowledge, you'd be surprised, but I see no reason to peacock on here. It only really benefits me and my niece (who's at a beauty college and asks for advice/gets some gadgets/products from me).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th May
£4.55 s&s for me. Fab price!
Mstrinisoul28/05/2020 23:13

Any good?


Yeah been using it for years. Very strong. Don't get it in your eyes!
Me and my friends got these from Superdrug a while back when on offer. Me and two others developed red bumps on the skin in a rash like form. Reading reviews on other sites lots of people had similar issues so it’s a bit hit or miss. If it works for you it’s apparently great, but loads of adverse reactions. The ordinary are a great line, no mad stuff in and are great for acne prone skin, can’t reccomend enough.
emilyyC29/05/2020 07:21

Me and my friends got these from Superdrug a while back when on offer. Me …Me and my friends got these from Superdrug a while back when on offer. Me and two others developed red bumps on the skin in a rash like form. Reading reviews on other sites lots of people had similar issues so it’s a bit hit or miss. If it works for you it’s apparently great, but loads of adverse reactions. The ordinary are a great line, no mad stuff in and are great for acne prone skin, can’t reccomend enough.


Glad I saw this, I have super sensitive skin so I probably would be rashy too
Abbey18229/05/2020 09:07

Glad I saw this, I have super sensitive skin so I probably would be rashy …Glad I saw this, I have super sensitive skin so I probably would be rashy too


Yeah- I can’t reccomend the ordinary enough . If you have a look on boots or asos they both sell the line, I use niacinamide (super kind to skin, devolves dirt then just moisturise after) and the aha peeler once a week . I have so many issues with products but never an issue with the ordinary. Their moisturiser is rubbish tho so go with simple or something for that lol . Face wash I use body shop tea tree which is developed for sensitive skin it’s ace
melmcallister28/05/2020 23:19

Anyone use this?


I have this and the alpha H one which was triple the price and this works just as well. Completely gets off the dead layer of skin/ clears out pores without any effort. It’s not harsh on the skin, but don’t get it around your eye area. Lasts a very long time too.
I've got a friend who has super-super-sensitive skin. Sometimes even going under the shower can make her have a rash. A beautician once asked her what she uses to cleanse her skin and she said Johnson's Baby Lotion - she nearly fell off her chair in amazement!

Weirdly, even though my skin is very rarely allergic to anything, Baby Lotion brings ME out in a rash!

But yeah, I wouldn't use any AHAs, skin peels on sensitive skin, rosacea or anything.

I have given myself some monster skin peels in the past, and use Retin-A, so my skin's quite hardy and I don't find this too harsh. Slightly drying, though.
Not Amazon, but from the Nip+Fab website, they seem to have a great sale on at the moment
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th May
One Time Purchase has went down to £5.29 now, Subscribe & Save has went down 5p to £5.0340955097-dDM34.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd Jun
This has went down in price again, £5.21 one-time purchase or 25% off first Subscribe & Save (more should come off if you have five S&S subscriptions).40968017-66oY9.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 4th Jun
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