Ah, Hydraluron. Let me count the ways in which I adore thee. First we reviewed Hydraluron's cult favourite serum, which is an essential part of my own skincare routine. Then, we had a look at Hydraluron's Moisture Boosting Masks, which are my secret weapons for any special occasion - use one the night before a special occasion, and your skin just looks radiant the next day!
Now, there's a new product in the Hydraluron range - Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Jelly. The masks are quite simply amazing, but at nearly €25 for a box of four, they are a special occasion thing. This jelly is a more practical everyday option.
Indeed Labs recommend that you use it in conjunction with Hydraluron serum, and since I'm a die-hard lover of hydraluron, I do. But you don't have to. Hydraluron serum is hugely affected by what you put on top - it will increase the efficacy of any hydrating serum or moisturiser, so this jelly is a dream come true for lovers of Hydraluron. I've still been applying my moisturiser and oil over the top of this- because I like to layer my skincare. I did use it once just by itself, to see what's what, and I woke up with lovely, hydrated, comfortable skin.
I really love this product. If you find that your skin is dehydrated, this will work wonders. It's crammed with hyaluronic acid and the cooling gel texture is soothing and light - it just disappears into your skin. Upping your water intake will help with dehydration too, but if you're in the market for something topical, I can't recommend this more.
If you find yourself occasionally dehydrated - a box of the masks will bring your skin back to itself. They're the best hydrating product that I've ever used. Usually, there's no such thing as a quick fix. These masks are the exception. To tackle dehydration topically in the long run, though, the serum and jelly combination is your best bet.
Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Jelly is available from Boots at €29.99 for 30mls, but I picked mine up on offer for €19.99! So if you want to give it a go, grab while it's on offer now!
Will you be investing in this? Or do you think the number of Hydraluron variations is just getting ridiculous? To the comments!