Nude Skincare, from the ergonomic, minimalism of their packaging to the buzz about their ingredients, is a luxury "green" skincare line that stands out.  

One of the things I like about Nude Skincare, is that the products are formulated with high performance biocompatible ingredients to deliver results.  The premise behind Nude Skincare is to protect the skin's acid mantle, which defends the skin against external damage.  When the acid mantle is damaged or irritated, it can lead to premature aging.  So by using pre and probiotics that don't damage the acid mantle, Nude Skincare works with the skin to maintain balance. Makes sense!

I have been using the Nude Cleansing Milk, which is designed for normal, dry and sensitive skin.  It's completely non-drying and soothing, with ingredients like iris (and yes, that's what I smell when I use the cleansing milk!), juazeiro extracts, baobab oil, soothing milk peptides and licorice.  It's gentle and moisturizing and doesn't leave a dry feeling to my skin at all.  I think this will be an excellent cleanser to continue to use as I change my skincare regimen from summer to winter.  The next time I'm in Sephora, I'm definitely picking up Nude Lips, a certified organic lip treatment. 

If you're looking for a skincare line without parabens, sulphates, PEGs, propylene glycol, TEA, DEA, phthalates, mineral oil, silicones, GM and potential carcinogens–then Nude Skincare is for you.  The packaging is entirely recyclable and ingredients are organic, fair trade or community traded.

Nude Skincare is available at Barneys and online at Sephora and

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