Introducing Nügg | Portable & Cutting Edge Face Mask Pods

Nugg face mask review
Single serving skincare products in their own little portable pods.

This is one of the things that makes the brand nügg stand out. I don’t know why no one has thought of this before for a high end product. At first I was surprised at the size of the packaging. It’s small and at first seems an odd way to market something. However, having used these masks and having travelled with them, I completely see the point.

I have used the Hydrating, Revitalising and Exfoliating masks. Each one did exactly what it was supposed to do. I have no complaints about these whatsoever and would have no hesitation in purchasing these at full price. They contain top notch ingredients, and a new technology that nügg calls Natural Oil Dispersion Technology. This “eliminates the need for using chemical emulsifiers to bind natural oil and water by using a proprietary high pressure process which produces a stable dispersion of an oil phase in a water phase resulting in small enough particles that can deliver powerful natural oils and actives to the skin”. Each product contains over 90% natural or naturally derived ingredients, and none of the products are tested on animals.

The single serving pods were originally designed to minimise the chance of oxidation to the product. This occurs when a product is exposed to the air for a long period of time and which reduces its efficacy. Multi-use packaging is prone to this as it is opened time and again. Not only does the packaging of nügg products keep them fresh, but I also found it very convenient for travel as the pods are so lightweight and small.

I am very impressed with nügg and so pleased I got the chance to try these out. They get the stamp of approval from me.

Where To Find Them

In the UK you can buy nügg online at Beauty Bay, either in five-pod packs of the same mask, or in assorted packs of four different mask varieties. A pack of five masks costs £16.45. Nügg face masks are beautifully packaged in single-serve pods. I was actually able to get two uses out of each one which makes them more economical than they already are for a product that is also very good.

Have you tried these? What do you think of the nügg concept?

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  1. Ailsa
    August 31, 2017 / 6:33 am

    I like the concept but would be concerned about packaging and whether the pods are recyclable

    • November 7, 2017 / 6:36 pm

      That’s a great point to make. I checked and the pods are made of PETG and are recyclable 🙂

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