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Nutrimetics Nutri-Rich Oil

Nutrimetics Nutri-Rich Oil Questions & Answers

4.3 from 30 reviews

9 questions from our users

Watson

Watsonasked

How much should I use on my very dry hair and how long should I leave it before washing it off

2 answers
julieregan
julieregan

I would recommend using the shampoo and conditioner first. Their is a hair serum to that you can buy as a set. Nutri rich oil is better suited for skin not hair

Watson
Watson

Oh no, guess I’m about to find the result as I have put it in my hair


Watson

Watsonasked

I have really dry hair post bleaching going from dark to light
Can this help? Have been told a high moisturise and low protein

No answers

Amanda T

Amanda Tasked

Is Nutri oil parabeen free n safe to use all over the body?

4 answers
julieregan
julieregan

I will find out about being paraben free? I would say it would be as it only has natural ingredients in it. yes you can use it all over your body. It has apricot kernel oil, vitamin e, carrot oil, Shea butter plus many other oils. I use it for dry lips, skin and you can even use it as a facial with hot towel. You can only try it. I have very sensitive skin and it doesn’t irritate my skin at all. Hope this helps

julieregan
julieregan

I just found out that the answer is yes it is paraben free. Thanks go to the website www.nutrimetics.com.au/jhelgeson or you can order just on website. Hope this helps

Amanda T
Amanda T

Thank you so much for the quick response.


linn

linnasked

My staffy has a red rash on her tummy...can i use this on her?

1 answer

I would check with a veterinary surgeon first. Do you know what is causing the rash?


Zivka

Zivkaasked

what is the price of the nutri rich oil 50 mg?

1 answer

Go to the Nutrimetics website and click on the ebrochure tab. This has the yearly catalogue as well as the monthly specials. I love the product, but I am not a consultant.
SM.


Lisa245

Lisa245asked

Why does it say on the jar , "avoid eye area"?

1 answer

You would be best checking with Nutrimetics with that question. Their website is www.nutrimetics.com.au
Kind regards,
Stephanie Mackenzie.


Rochelle

Rochelleasked

What range would you suggest for dry flakey skin and to fight wrinkles? I am 43

2 answers

Hi Rochelle,
My comments have been for Nurimetics products that I personally use. As I am not a consultant for Nutrimetics, it would be inappropriate for me to advise you. If you go to the Nutrimetics website, you might get a better idea of which product would suit you best & also help you find a consultant near you.
Kind Regards,
Stephanie Mackenzie.

valzy23
valzy23

I am a nutriemtics consultant and ill be happy to help you. if you would like to send me an email on Valerie.povika2015@gmail.com I can send you information on what I would recommend to you and your skin. stay blessed.


judy taske

judy taskeasked

What would be the best eye creme to use around the eye area and on eyelids? thanx

3 answers

Hi Judy, I use the Nutrimetics Comfort Nourishing Eye Creme. I've got very reactive skin with a lot of soaps, shampoos & skin products. I started using the Nutrimetics Comfort range (developed for sensitive skin) & have had no adverse reaction to it. SM.

Michelle Jane
Michelle Jane

I get excema-like patches on my lids from the Comfort eye Cream, & also if used too close under the eye. Previously, with other skin care ranges, I was able to massage it all over the eye. Consultants will tell you eye cream is only to be applied on the occipital bone but the eye serum you can use all over. I have sensitive skin & actually found the original Classic Range has been better for me. If you have an issues, there is a wonderful 60 day bottom of the jar money back gaurantee :]

judy taske
judy taske

Thank you Stephanie and Michelle Jane for your info.Judy


xenia78

xenia78asked

Is it safe to use it during pregnancy?

1 answer
Nicky Brine
Nicky Brine

Yes very safe to use during pregnancy.


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