Monday, 29 September 2014

Hydralauron Moisture Jelly

I am a huge fan of the Hydraluron range. I can’t imagine not having the Hydraluron serum incorporated into my skincare routine. So when I spotted Indeed Labs had released a new product to the Hydraluron range to say I was intrigued would have been an understatement.

I used all my willpower and waited until this was on offer in Boots before I purchased it, as it has a hefty price tag of €29.99. I picked it up for €19.99 when Boots had a third off selected products offer on. One of the main things I love about this product is the packaging. It is a flat top pump that you press down on to release the gel. You can control the amount of product that comes out depending on how hard you push the pump. Indeed Labs recommend a pea size amount to be applied. This is a lovely hygienic method of dispensing the products rather than having it in a pot.
The Indeed Labs website states the following about the Hydraluron Moisture Jelly:

This refreshing moisture jelly can be used both morning and night.
Provides immediate and long lasting moisture protection
Helps skin regain optimal moisture levels
Defends against moisture loss and creates a protective film on skin’s surface
The product has a gel like consistency, and to be honest, I can’t tell the difference between the cream and the serum. I am aware it has two different ingredients and the jelly feels slightly thicker than the serum, but on the skin they feel the same.
I apply the serum first and I then apply the moisture jelly. For those of you who have used the Hydraluron serum you will be aware of the tacky feeling it leaves after you apply it. I find the cream leaves the exact same feeling and therefore makes me feel like I need to apply more moisturiser on top of it. You only get 30mls of the product which I feel is very little for the price you are paying. I haven’t been reaching for this product much due to the fact I don't feel it is moisturising enough and I appear to be flying through it.
My advice would be don’t bother wasting your money on the cream and go for the serum instead and you certainly don’t need both. Have you tried the Hydraluron cream?


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