As the European summer approaches, Nuxe is planning to take customers on a journey with the sunny olfactory notes of its Huile Prodigieuse, which this year is presented in three collectible bottles created by the students of the Penninghen school in Paris.

The students of the school of art direction and interior architecture have designed swimming pool-themed versions of the iconic Huile Prodigieuse. The results of their efforts are three new limited edition bottles that evoke the joys of relaxation in summer.

Nuxe presents its Huile Prodigieuse in three new collectible bottles....

Nuxe presents its Huile Prodigieuse in three new collectible bottles. (Photo: © Courtesy of Nuxe)

The retro-inspired bottles of multi-use dry oil are decorated with a sun-dappled wavering pattern of pool tiles and the image of a bathing beauty, who sits, dives or swims depending on the version. Each of the bottles sports a metallized stopper in turquoise, coral, or golden yellow, which matches the color of the depicted bather’s swimsuit.

Inside, the formula for the Nuxe dry oil for face, body, and hair, which remains unchanged, continues to offer moisturizing, repairing, nourishing, smoothing and protective virtues. Made of 98% natural ingredients, Huile Prodigieuse is composed of no less than seven plant oils: argan, macadamia, borage, camellia, hazelnut, sweet almond, and tsubaki.

The three limited edition collectible bottles are available this month from