Affiliate LinksHuile Prodigieuse. Or maybe their Rêve de Miel lip balm, since the enthusiasm for that one has grown a lot recently in North America. The Huile Prodigieuse dry oil remains, nonetheless, Nuxe's absolute best-seller, and I told you how you can use it a while back.
What most people can't get enough of is its scent - just ask Emmy of ouiemmy.com about that! The highly fragrant Huile Prodigieuse smells of vacation on a tropical beach somewhere in the pacific, with notes of exotic white flowers. The scent reminds me of monoï, a beauty specialty of French Polynesia made of local gardenia flowers called tiaré infused in coconut oil. It's warm, sensual, and so alive. To me it's like a summer goddess elixir in a bottle... According to Nuxe the scent is "a blend of sunshine and warm sand, with notes of orange blossom, magnolia and vanilla". Pretty acurate description for me!
Created in 1991, the Huile Prodigieuse quickly became a cult classic, with customers around the world declaring their love for the mood-enhancing, addictive scent. Nuxe took the opportunity to develop a whole line around the scent of Huile Prodigieuse, and that's what I want to show you today.