Thursday, June 28, 2018

Zoya; Naked Manicure Hydrate & Heal Dry Skin Kit

Evening beauties!  I've got a zillion posts sitting in my que but I've been tired and lazy and enjoying Summer so posting hasn't been as normal.  So let's try to get a fire started under my butt and see if I can get my self back on a regular schedule.  Let's start with the Zoya Naked Manicure - Hydrate and Heal Dry Skin. This is the Retail Try Me Kit, so it's smaller sized bottles, 2oz spray and 3oz lotion.  It's a great size to get started and really give the products a chance and see how they work for you!  The kit ranges from $21 - $56 depending on the bottle sizes you choose.  So let' jump in and check out the items!

*press sample*


I like the packaging of the kit.  It's clean and simple.  Here's all the information you'll find on the packaging.








We start off this process with the Hydrating Hand & Body Serum.  The spray is loaded with AHA, BHA and Hyaluronic acid and absorbs fairly quickly into the skin.  You can spray it on your hands, feet or body.  I only tried it on my hands and lightly rubbed it in to help it dry quicker.  The claims are definitely true that you will see a difference right away, because you are completely hydrating your hands.  I liked the serum, it felt nice and left my hands soft and moisturized.  



The Healing Dry Skin Hand & Body Cream is a light and moisturizing lotion.  It is light and not greasy at all.  It absorbs into the skin very quickly and feels nice and smooth.  It also has a very light and refreshing smell that I can't place, but I like it regardless.  The cream goes on over the serum and I find this combo to be a bit sticky.  It does wear off after about 10 minutes or so.  But here's the thing that I found about this kit...I don't feel it is any different than using a regular hand cream.  So would I purchase this product?  Probably not as I didn't see enough of a difference from the Serum/Cream use vs. hand cream.  



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