Monday, May 18, 2015

Nip + Fab Skin Dragon's Blood Fix Plumping Mask

Let me explain how I came to try Nip + Fab Skin Dragon’s Blood Fix Plumping Mask, no, I didn’t buy it, but it had been sat on the shelf in the bathroom for weeks until I finally picked it up. As soon as I saw the words ‘Dragon’s Blood’ my inner child and curiosity couldn’t resist trying it. I will, for the avoidance of any doubt state, I just wanted to see if it was blood coloured! 

So, it captured my imagination and so it came to be that one rather uninteresting Friday night while bouncing around my flat I decided to give it a try. 


Doing a bit of digging into the product I found that you can buy it from a range of stores with a 50ml tube costing just shy of £15. That puts it in the affordable price bracket to me and is on a par (price wise) with the excellent Nip + Man products I first tried back in February. 

Marketed as being an intensely hydrating gel mask combining multiple skin perfecting complexes to plump the look of wrinkles + refine the skin's appearance for a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion. 

Considering that I had thought about employing the services of a panel beater from my local garage to knock out the lines on the forehead and the developing ones around my eyes I very much went into using this product with an open mind (an open, very childish mind)



After washing my face and opening up a pore or two with the steam I slapped this on as directed (yep, I even read the instructions this time) applying a thick layer to every inch of my face. A little goes a long way and it has a perfect consistency in that it is fluid enough to spread easily yet it sticks to the skin so no real danger of it dripping down your front.

You are directed to leave it in for ten minutes - after about three I was seriously creeped out by the tingling sensation on my face, and this continued until I rinsed my face off. Not painful, but a strange mix between pins and needles in a joint and rinsing your face with really warm water. Curious! The other half tends to stick this in the fridge before using, I don’t, I’ve gotten used to the sensation now! 

After rinsing off the results are immediate, for me I could see a noticeable difference in the colour of my skin, particularly around my cheeks and forehead, my skin seemed to be really radiant, in fact a similar glow to the packaging. To the touch my skin was super smooth, my skin felt clean and when looking down at the colour of the water it had clearly removed grime that had built up over the day. 

You can leave this on overnight, although I can imagine myself waking up with my face glued to my pillow (the mental image makes me laugh) so it’s a no from me on that score, but hey, why the need when just leaving it on for ten minutes kicks your face back into the game.

Looking for radiant, smooth, soft and hydrated skin that does knock years off your face then you really should give this a try. I’m a firm convert to using it now and have found a reduction in the depth of the lines on my head and around my eyes. The effects do wear off, but you won’t find a need to be using this more than twice a week in my opinion and that means that 50ml will last for a considerable period of time.

Sadly, it doesn’t look like blood….

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19 comments:

  1. I'm sad that it doesn't look like blood! Sounds great despite that though!

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  2. I absolutely love this mask, though if it was red, it would have been soooooooo cool x

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  3. Dragon's blood - that sounds very butch. I bet this might even convince my other half to try it!

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  4. Help with wrinkles, yes please! Is the tingling like that lip plum gel I wonder, strangely addictive is the sensation.

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  5. What you need to understand is that I expect to see you looking 10 years younger now. Still sounds like a cocktail to drink at my next halloween party rather than skin product though.

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  6. oohhh this sounds interesting might need to check this out

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  7. This sounds really interesting - I could definitely see me giving it a whirl! x

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  8. Now this is something hubby needs (don't tell him i said that)

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  9. ive never really enjoyed their products buy im willing to give this a try

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  10. Don't know if I like the sound of dragon's blood on my face! Next you know I'm morphing into a cackling witch ;-)

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  11. Sounds a different sort of product

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  12. Goodness me, over night! Can you imagine?! Sounds like the results are worth it though.

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  13. Ha ha, quite pleased to hear that it doesn't look like blood!! Sounds great though and pleased to hear it works well.

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  14. I too would have been drawn in by the name! Not sure I fancy the pins and needles bit tho!

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  15. The mask looks great nad good for the skin.

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  16. I really like Nip + Fab products, I use the Glycolic Fix range because the products do work so well. I was very curious about the Dragon's Blood range though, sounds like I should definitely be trying the face mask out!

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  17. Sounds good but I have no chance whatsoever of getting my OH to use it

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  18. Never heard of this before - love the name! Kaz x

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