Nip+Fab Face Fixes: Products With Serious Punch?

Nip+Fab is a brand that aims to eradicate skincare woes, with their extensive collection of face and body ‘fixes’ that claim offer a cutting-edge alternative to surgical treatments; one of their newest releases, the Glycolic Fix range, claims to provide a dramatic facial with the results of a long term peel in just two weeks. As the brainchild of Rodial founder Maria Hatzistefanis, the brand has a lot to live up to; but with each product costing less than £20, can such affordable products really deliver results? I’ve tried out a range of Nip+Fab face fixes to find out whether they match up to their innovative claims.

The Nip+Fab Deep Cleansing Fix (£7.95) is a 6-in-1 cleansing
cream that combines sweet almond, grape seed and tea tree oils to
nourish the skin and clean the pores. The thick cream has an almost
medicinal scent and smoothes easily onto dry skin to remove impurities
before being emulsified and rinsed away with warm water, or alternatively used as an
exfoliating product with a muslin cloth. It leaves my skin feeling fresh
and clean without any dryness as it’s so hydrating. It can
also be used in a dense layer as intensive 10 minute hydrating mask, or
in a thinner layer as an overnight mask – although I would avoid these
two uses if you have oily skin, as it left my face feeling a little
over-hydrated. I apply a dab of product directly onto
blemishes overnight, which I find helps to heal them quickly while
avoiding the horrendous dry flaky stage. If you are sensitive to Paraffinum
Liquidum (Mineral Oil) however, I would skip this cleanser as it features in high
concentration. The tub of cleanser is the biggest
I’ve ever seen: at 300ml it’s much larger than many body products I own,
so is really long lasting and is brilliant value for

While I haven’t noticed much of a difference in fine
lines while using the Viper Venom Anti-Ageing Eye Fix roll-on (£14.95),
after 2-3 weeks of use I found it definitely helped to smooth the ‘crepe
paper’ effect that I experience under my eyes when I smile. The eye gel
contains two main active ingredients that have slightly unnecessarily
baffling names: Liftonin (a combination of botanical millet seeds and
oak ingredients) and Syn-ake (a synthetic peptide that mimics the venom
of the Temple Viper), both of which aim to tighten the eye area in a
clear hydrating base. This product applies very watery onto the skin so
needs to be gently rubbed over the eye contour in order to sink in
quickly, but once absorbed doesn’t interfere with makeup. The red algae
extract in the gel also helps to soothe my puffy eyes and makes dark
circles easier to cover with concealer, as it acts on microcirculation to
give the skin a brighter appearance. I like the roll-on application
method as it’s gentle around the delicate skin of the eyes, but it did
slightly annoy me that the writing rubbed off the packaging so quickly.

Glycolic Fix Facial Cleanser (£7.99) has an amazing lime citrus smell
that is really awakening for early mornings. The translucent gel foams
easily with warm water and contains 2% glycolic acid (AHA), apple amino
acids and olive oil that freshen and exfoliate the skin. My skin feels
much smoother and softer without any irritation, but the cleanser leaves
it a little tight so I follow with a slightly thicker moisturiser than
usual. This is a great AHA product as it ‘re-textures’ the skin without
making it red or sensitive; I would choose it over more expensive
products, as I find others that even out the surface of my skin can often
be irritating and drying in addition.

The stand out product for me is the
Pigmentation Fix Skin Tone Corrector (£15.95), which promises to reduce
the appearance of age spots and an uneven skin tone in two weeks. This
light yellow serum contains Vitamin C to brighten the complexion, as well as
Ilumiscin (a combination of vitamin c, zinc and olive leaf extract) that
targets dark marks by preventing the formation of Melanin and
Lipofuscin, the two pigments responsible for age spots. One small pump
of the airless dispenser produces enough product to cover the face and
neck, and it sinks in easily leaving the skin feeling hydrated and
prepared for moisturiser. Although I don’t (yet) have any age spots, I
suffer with dark marks from healed blemishes and pigmentation across my
cheeks. After two weeks of nightly use, my skin definitely looked
brighter and clearer, with scars faded and a more even appearance to my
complexion. While I haven’t noticed a big difference in stronger areas
of pigmentation such as around my nose, this product has done wonders
for my cheeks and forehead which are now much more of a uniform colour.
This is a must-try product if you struggle with moderate pigmentation or
dark marks and is suitable for all skin types.

Have you tried any Nip+Fab products? What do you think of their strong product claims?
Nip+Fab available online via ASOS, Tesco and HQ Hair.

Written by Kirsty Paterson



  1. Sue
    November 6, 2013 / 1:52 am

    Hmmmm…interesting. This is my first time to hear about these products and they seem like great products to try out. Their formula is quite impressive. Hope to get samples of it first so that I get to try it before buying the whole package.

  2. Sarah Gee
    November 6, 2013 / 12:24 pm

    I've always been a bit hesitant to buy anything from Nip+Fab but the prices seem pretty good so I might invest in the pigmentation fix! Thanks for the great review :)xxx

  3. Sophie Hawker
    November 7, 2013 / 2:58 pm

    I'm a fan of the body products – leg and tummy fix are great :)Sophie

  4. Rebecca Muress
    March 16, 2015 / 8:26 pm

    Great post. Trying some nip and Fab products soon

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