When I first heard all the hype surrounding the latest, greatest moisturising wonder-product, I have to say I was less than convinced, preferring to stick to my guns and keep on with my usual daily moisturising routine.

However, having found my face feeling slightly crisp and tender following the recently bitter winter winds, I decided something slightly stronger and more effective might be in order to rescue my skin from its dull, lacklustre state. Enter Hydraluron, a moisture boosting serum aimed at rehydrating your skin, helping it to look healthier and happier while also ensuring that your skin locks in every ounce of moisture from your daily moisturiser.

Hyaluronic Acid is the central ingredient in this super serum that will ensure your skin remains moisturised throughout, helping your face to absorb moisturisers properly, rather than allowing them to sit on top of the skin without making much of a deep impact.

Having been using this product for about two weeks now, I really am thoroughly impressed with the results. Used just once a day – every evening before applying my night cream (currently on the final scrapings of my much-loved Origins High Potency Night-a-Mins) – this product has really helped my skin to fight the visible signs of winter dryness and dullness, making it look so much healthier, with *excuse the cliche* a much more natural radiance to it.

What more can you ask for really than healthiness, happiness and a delightful dash of radiance?

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8 thoughts on “Hyper hydration: Hydraluron Moisture Booster

  1. Will it help with the wrinkles??

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