Saturday, 6 July 2013

Hydraluron, a saviour for dehydrated skin.



Hydraluron is a product which although I only added it to my skincare routine a few months ago, I can't imagine not using. Hydraluron is a serum created using hyaluronic acid, an ingredient which can hold 1,000 times its weight in water. The result? Plumped up, hydrated skin like never before. This product is not to be used alone as a moisturiser, but simply helps your skin absorb as much moisture as possible into the skin.

I have found that this product, along with the origins drink up intensive overnight mask, review here have helped to keep dehydration at bay, along with added dryness which is something i unfortunately suffer with in the colder months. As it's now coming into summer (well it should be), i find hydraluron to be great combined with more lightweight mosturisers. During summer i don't like to use anything too heavy as it can cause my skin to get slightly congested and oily, so using hydraluron means i can use a more lightweight day cream but the hyaluronic acid included means i can still get enough hydration out of them to keep my dehydrated skin happy. I also find this product makes my skin really soft, which in turn means i'm happier to go out without a base, and also leads any makeup i put on glide on like a dream.

All in all, i think hydraluron is a must have for anyone with dry or dehydrated skin, as its means you're able to give your skin all the hydration it needs, without using a heavy moisturiser and risking breakouts. I'm not quite at the age where i need anti aging products, but i can see this product being great for more mature women, and men, as it really plumps up the skin, and hydrated skin always looks more youthful. Priced at £24.99 from boots, this product feels much more expensive than it is, and with it often being on 3 for 2, there's no reason not to give it a go.

What skincare product could you not live without?
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