Musings of a Muse

A Blog of Musings from a Cosmetic Whore

Jan 3, 2009

NuBo Cosmetics

I'm pretty sure I'm too young to take full advantage of the new cosmetic line NuBo or at least I'd like to think so. Debuting at Harrods in November, NuBo claims to offer "cosmeceutical-strength formulations without controversial chemical ingredients, including parabens, petrochemicals and sodium lauryl sulfate".

If you're conscious of what goes onto your face I'm pretty sure the idea of a high street brand cosmetic that promises quality minus harmful ingredients is probably thrilling you to bits and pieces.

At the moment NuBo consists mostly of skincare and I'm unsure if they have plans to further the line into cosmetics. One product that did interest me, cosmetic wise, was the NuBo Voile.

The product is an invisible veil created to hide lines, correct skin tone, and create flawless skin. This contains Hyaluronic Acid to fill and plump fine lines while offering extra moisture.

Considering I don't have fine lines as of yet on my face is it terribly vain to admit that I fancy the lilac packaging and that was what really got my attention? Although, if you experiencing fine lines on your face already this sounds like an absolute miracle.

NoBu does look quite interesting but unless you're willing to pay high street prices (prices range from £30 all the way to a whooping £120) you may find that it's something you can safely skip on. But hey I'm sure some of us have found staple products that we are willing to dish the cash out for and NoBu may contain some staple products that we all can't live without.

The Muse may try to get her greedy hands on some NuBo Voile as all the pretty packaging is too difficult to resist.

Visit Harrods for further information about NuBo

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