Saturday, 12 January 2013

Hydraluron Moisture Boost

Hydraluron Moisture Booster, Boots £24.99

Hydraluron and I have been on abit of journey together. I first heard about this product after reading rave reviews about it in Beauty Mouth where I was immediately drawn in.  I ummed and arhhed about this product for a while, until I finally purchased it about 8 weeks ago.  My skin was feeling really dehydrated, I was happy with the moisturiser I was already using but felt I needed something a little extra.  After reading the packaging I knew not to expect anything great to change straight away and that I would have to give it at least eight weeks.  For the first two weeks I followed the directions and applied a small amount of the serum onto my face before applying my usual moisturiser and I have to say I wasn't happy.  My skin still felt tight and like it needed more of a punch (of moisturisation, not an actual punch),  I am quite lucky as my work colleague had purchased Hydraluron around the same time as me, so we had bonding material during quite periods of work (just in case my manager reads this). I expressed my concerns to her and she felt the same, but we both said we were  going to continue using it.  Two more weeks down the road I completely changed my mind and I had actually noticed a difference in my skin, there was no more tightness, no dry patches across my nose, my skin felt evenly hydrated and plump.  I am in my eighth week of using Hydraluron and have got to say that I am really happy with it.  I apply it once a day after cleansing but before moisturising in the morning as I have a different routine in the evening.  A little really does go a long way as I apply only a pearl size amount of the gel like formula onto my face.  Also I feel using this product has taught me a real lesson about myself I am really impatient and expect miracles to happen over night, when actually if you give things time they may actually pay off. 

Have you tried Hydraluron?  Do you have an alternative hydrating product you like to use?   I would love to hear from you.

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