The products all come in boxes and are numbered. The steps relate to skincare regimes and it is possible to buy a product for each step.
The first product that I received is the Beauty Balm. The packaging claims that this product minimises the appearance of fine lines and blemishes with a light, natural colour for beautiful dewy skin. The product also offers SPF 15 protection and contains vitamin C. Since BB creams came on the scene I haven't been very tempted to try one. As awful as it may be, I like a full face of foundation. - even on a sunny day! That being said, I did give this a go and was fairly happy with the results.
The cream is a lovely colour and blends very well, leaving the right tone for my skin. I perhaps used a little much as I found it took a while to rub in. As it promised, this product did cover my blemishes and I felt it was hydrating however I felt slightly naked and had returned to a full face of foundation by the afternoon. This is a lovely product but not something I will use so I am handing it on to someone who will. This product retails at £6.
The next product I received is this Jojoba and White Vanilla Body Butter. I really like the packaging of this, it's simple and classy.
Inside the tub, the cream is very thick. It smoothes onto the skin beautifully and you don't need much to get lovely soft skin. The smell is a little overwhelming but I used this on my legs so I didn't notice it after application. I like this body butter and think its a bargain at £3.95 because it will last me a long time.
The last product that I received is the Jasmine and White Musk Body Fragrance. This isn't something that I would usually choose for myself and it is rather a mature smell. Instead I think I might use this as a linen spray or to spray in my living room. The bottle is lovely and a really decent size for £3.95.
nspa products are available in Asda and more information can be found at nspa.co.uk
*Item received as a PR sample. All opinions are my own and items were reviewed honestly.