I first came across this a few day's ago via mooching through some blogs . From what I could see , this product was a pretty spiffing dupe of the Laura Mercier Creme De Pistache Souffle body cream . I always take a dip into the body souffle's when passing a Laura Mercier counter , but I've never purchased a jar as they rrp at £45ish , which I personally think is madness for body butter (not saying I'd never buy it though) . So when I saw this and what it was claimed to be I was like I need it . For £8.49 , it's a product I couldn't refuse trying and off to Boots I went .
Did it make my skin all kinds of yum ? Yes , it made my skin soft and moisturised and lovely , it does take a minute or two to soak in though . This tube is meant for a Dry Skin Fix but you can use it for any skin type , sometimes just because it is specified for certain skin types doesn't mean you can't use it .
Did it smell as good as the Laura Mercier version ? Yes , very much but just like the Laura Mercier souffles it is super sweet . The Laura Mercier souffle version does have a strong hit of marzipan , which the Nip + Fab doesn't . So due to that fact , in all honesty I prefer the Nip + Fab version . If offered both , I'd pick Nip + Fab .
Would I buy it again ? Yes , because of it's certain Laura Mercier qualities and the fact I am a sucker for a yummy body butter I'd pop this one in my basket when I start running low .
I'd advise giving it a go , at around the £8 mark for a really close Laura Mercier dupe (if anything, better) you can't really go wrong , it's a bargain . Good for your skin and your pocket .