Nip + Fab Dragon’s Blood Plumping Mask Review

I admit I have completely jumped on the Kylie Jenner bandwagon with the Nip + Fab craze. However during this craze I have fallen in love with some of their creations, one being the Dragon’s Blood Plumping Mask.


Many of you will be familiar with Nip + Fab by now but for all who are a creation of their parent brand Rodial Skincare. Being the more affordable and available offering compared to the higher priced but equally amazing products from Rodial. Kylie Jenner is the celeb ambassador to the brand, you see her plugging Nip + Fab all over Instagram and can find her favourites here.

I use a face mask once to twice a week and I flit between masks depending on what I feel my skin needs at the time. I draw for this mask when I think my skin needs a boost from being flat and dull. Nip + Fab claims this product is “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”.

Although Dragon’s Blood sounds like some kind of mythical magical ingredient it is actually the resin from the Croton Lechleri Tree – also known as the ‘Dragon Tree’. You apply a thick layer to the skin and at first it feels really wet on the skin but by the time of rinsing (after 10 mins) most of the product has been absorbed. It is the perfect treatment for dry or dull skin that needs a bit of a pick me up. I notice almost instantly that my skin looks more plump and radiant. So it’s a big thumbs up from me on the one. The bottle also recommends leaving on overnight for a more intense result which I must try soon.

The range also includes cleansing pads and a plumping serum, which I must pick up on my next boots trip!! Let me know what you love or loathe from the range in the comments below. You can get your mask here!

Speak Soon,

B x


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