Nspa Four Step Skincare

Nspa are really onto a winner with their 'four step' regime; even if you're a complete skincare newbie it's a foolproof way to make sure your skin is getting everything it needs. Skincare definitely isn't my forte, and I'll be the first one to admit that I'm easily bamboozled by the millions of products that promise to keep skin at it's best. I mean, do you use facial oil before or after moisturiser? Are hot cloth cleansers a substitute for an exfoliatior? How the heck are we supposed to know these things?! It's not always completely clear what you're supposed to use and when, and so a regime like this is ideal. The products themselves are gorgeous high quality that will work for just about anyone, they're inexpensive to buy and you can almost always find them as part of a promotional offer. Essentially you mix and match from a wide selection of Nspa products, choosing one from each of the 'cleanse, exfoliate, treat and moisturise' categories (flexible while still being structured? talk about perfect!) Each category is clearly marked with a number, and so you can pick your favourite from each section to create your perfect custom skincare routine. I've tried a lot from this brand now and they continue to impress me- while these four were sent to me to review I genuinely buy Nspa products myself at least every couple of weeks- I'm seriously in love. I'm currently obsessing over their body mists, review coming soon!

1. Ultimate Cleansing Tonic*
The Ultimate Cleansing Tonic separates into two liquids in the bottle, which you shake up before using. It contains ingredients like witch hazel and ginseng which are great for the skin, and is fragrance free. You could either use this before washing your face to remove most of the excess oils and makeup on your face, or after washing as a toner. Unlike most toners it doesn't contain alcohol so wont leave your skin feeling stripped, dry or tight. Judging by how this looked in the bottle I expected it to feel quite oily on the skin but it's not the case at all- a really nice product and a change from standard witch hazel that I've used as a toner for years.

2. Five Minute Magic Mask*
This is possibly my favourite Nspa skincare product that I've tried so far, high praise indeed! As a pamper-a-holic I was glad to see they'd added a face mask to the range, I love face masks and hair masks and anything that gets right in there and makes a real difference. This is a pink coloured mask that contains soft beads containing vitamin E, you gently massage this into the skin and the beads dissolve. Five minutes later, viola lovely soft skin. I really like the fact that this only takes five minutes, I start getting impatient when masks take twenty odd minutes to work.

3. Illuminating Beauty Serum*
Out of the four, this was the only product I'd tried before. I was so glad to have it again, because I loved it last time and used every drop. It's a lightweight, super hydrating moisturiser that helps to illuminate and brighten the skin. If your skin is looking a bit dull and drab, this is a nice product that will help to brighten up your face and add a bit of radiance back into the skin (always appreciated in the middle of a cold, long and dark winter!)

4. Night Repair Cream*
A lovely rich night cream, it smells amazing and works perfectly. This is just as nice as any other highstreet night creams I've tried and is on the less expensive side of the spectrum too. It works well with the other products in the line, and you could easily get away with just this in the evenings if you wanted to keep your routine simple.

Have you tried Nspa's four step skincare regime? Which products did you go for?
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  2. great review i like nspa i have there body cream and its lovely and a bargain :)
    The Inked Blonde

  3. I love NSPA! I tried the Beaty Box which gives smaller sizes of the 4 step routine, but slightly different products to what you've got here. i just loved them and like you say it makes it so simple for a skincare newbie! One of my new favourite ranges, for sure :) x

    Claire | AgentSmyth

  4. Haven't tried this brand to be honest...although I am tempted! ;)


  5. I used to be a big fan of nSpa bath and body products, but then I moved and now I just don't have an Asda anywhere near me. I'm looking forward to try some more of their range when I move again!


  6. I'm a massive fan of nSpa - I actually like their Hot Cloth Polish better than the Liz Earle C&P xx

  7. I'm so tempted to try this 4 step range - it would be so much cheaper than the products I'm using now! Once those are used up I think a trip to Asda is in order xx


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  9. I so have to try this out! Looks great :)

  10. I am so tempted to try out these products ! How I wish they have it in Malaysia... :D

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  12. I haven't tried anything from this brand, this range sounds nice - I have heard that the bath products are amazing x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness

  13. I really want to try the Nspa range, I've heard so many good things! x

    Kat from Blushing Rose Beauty