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Nuxe expands Rêve de Miel line with new shampoo

Fans of luxury French beauty products are well acquainted with the Rêve de Miel line’s legendary lip balm and ultra-soothing face moisturizer. This winter, Nuxe is adding a new item to its family of products made with honey.

After the lips and face, it’s time for the hair to get a little honey from Nuxe. The brand’s Rêve de Miel line already includes multiple body products: from hand and foot creams to non-drying face and body cleansing gels. Now the brand has decided to bring its winning formula to the haircare aisle.

In October, Nuxe will launch its Rêve de Miel gentle shampoo, which is formulated to suit all hair types and has a delicate honey scent. Free of parabens and silicone, the product promises to wash hair without distressing it.

Nuxe is launching its Rêve de Miel Gentle Shampoo with honey. © (...)

Nuxe is launching its Rêve de Miel Gentle Shampoo with honey. © Nuxe

Also next month, Nuxe is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Rêve de Miel ultra-nourishing lip balm by launching limited edition packaging in three colors.

The Rêve de Miel gentle shampoo by Nuxe goes on sale in Europe from October 15. The Limited Edition Rêve de Miel ultra-nourishing lip balm will be available from October 1.

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