Nuxe introduces Huile Prodigieuse Florale


French beauty brand Nuxe extends its iconic Huile Prodigieuse range with the launch of a new scent – Huile Prodigieuse Florale, designed by French perfumer Irène Farmachidi.

The original formulation of the Huile Prodigieuse is the number one product in the dry oil category in Europe, with no less than 366,000 bottles sold last year, and over 25 million bottles since its inauguration in 1991.


The leader in natural origin cosmetology now introduces a sister scent Huile Prodigieuse Florale, so women can alternate between two choices depending on their mood. The scent is described as a fresh and luminous, more feminine than the original composition. The warm, sunny scent, with a more delicate aroma, is said to be inspired by a field of blossoming flowers and it represents Nuxe’s ode to youth and femininity.

Huile Prodigieuse Florale features the same formula as the original one, only the scent is changed. The dry-oil is made from natural raw materials such as essential lemon oils, Calabrian Bergamot, and fair trade orange essence. Exactly 96.9% of the ingredients comes from natural sources, including seven core botanicals: Tsubaki, Camellia, Argan, Macadamia, Borage, Hazelnut, and Sweet Almond.

The sparkling floral fragrance opens up with zesty citrus notes, including grapefruit, lemon, orange, and bergamot. A floral heart blooms to the notes of Magnolia, while the base leaves a soft trail of white musk.


This multipurpose oil has the same proven ability to restore and repair skin and hair. It offers 8-hour moisture and antioxidant protection, as well as nourishment and shine.

Produced in the ethical and sustainable way, the oil will not have any outer packaging. It arrives in a rose-tinted bottle with a metallic pink cap.

Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse Florale is available at selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Nuxe.




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