Beauty: nspa Haul and pampering session


Yesterday I was near an Asda store, I'm not normally up that way so I thought I'd pop in for a browse as I'd heard good things about their beauty products, specifically nspa. Here's what I ended up getting:


  • Melting Cleansing Gel
  • Jojoba and White Vanilla foaming bath milk
  • Jojoba and White Vanilla warming salt scrub
  • 5 minute magic mask
  • Jojoba and White Mask Dry Body Oil
  • Jojoba and White Vanilla scented candle
Last night I was a football widow and with little interest in watching a bunch of fellas kick a ball around some grass on my TV, I decided it was time for a pampering session so I tried all of these products out in a luxurious bath. I loved the scent of the jojoba and white vanilla products, it smells really luxe and much more expensive than the price tags. The bath milk gives a good amount of bubbles and you're surrounded by the delivious scent.

The melting cleansing gel was quite interesting. It comes out as a peachy-pink gel which you rub all over your dry face. Then you wet your finger tips and massage the gel over your face again and it turns into a cleansing milk which you then wash off your face. It took all my makeup off with ease and didnt leave my skin feeling too tight after which is what I was worried about.

The salt scrub was a teeny bit disappointing as it wasn't very scrubby, but it did feel nice to use and made my skin feel really soft after using it, I just wasn't able to get a proper scrub of my skin like I wanted to first.

The 5 minute magic mask was a pink creamy consistency. You apply a layer across your face and  massage in to release the beads of Vitamin E which are suspended in the cream. You then leave on for 5 minutes before washing off. After using my skin felt smooth and soft and this morning, having applied some serum and night cream after my bath my skin still feels soft and smooth and doesn't feel greasy.

The dry body oil initially smells of alcohol when you first spray it and is a little unpleasant in that respect, but once you rub it in the alcohol evaporates and leaves a dry oil that absorbs quickly into the skin leaving the skin really soft.

All in all I was really impressed with these products. There was an offer on for 2 for £8 for the mask and cleansing gel and the foaming bath milk, scrub, oil and candle were about £3-4 each so they are good value for money. I can't wait for my next pampering session!

Have you used nspa before?

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  1. I bought the hot cloth cleanser from nspa the other day and it's quite good for the price too! :) xo

    1. Ooh that's good to know! I'd just picked up the No7 hot cloth cleanser so decided not to try yet another just yet ;)

  2. Ooh I think I got the melting cleanser gel in one of my LIB boxes! I shall try it out and might try some of the other stuff! x

    1. I saw that box, it sort of inspired me to nose around Asda in the first place! I can't wait for another pamper session actually :)