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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Hydraluron Moisture Jelly Review

Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

So you've tried the original Hydraluron and are on the look out for something similar but more suited to day use? Enter Hydraluron Moisture Jelly which is the little sister product of Hydraluron - this is not a treatment product nor a serum but rather a light and intensive daily moisturiser. With the colder months on the way this could be the very product your skin care routine is calling out for.

Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

The packaging is rather cool, a small pump tube in which the product comes out the top. One pump equates enough product for one full application (a little goes a long way) but sometimes I do live on the edge and apply two...what a wild card! As you can see the packaging is transparent so you can see with ease when you are running low, which is always helpful.

Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

As many will know the aim of both the Hydraluron products is hydration and the key ingredient is of course Hyaluronic Acid . This acid can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water. In essence Hyaluronic Acid can help your skin retain moisture and in turn you get more from your product. Unlike the original Hydraluron this is a stand alone product meaning you do not team it up with another moisturiser to see optimum results. Oddly for such a hydrating treat this is super light weight in texture, it cools and absorbs instantly leaving the skin feeling refreshed and plump from the first application. As most will use Hydraluron Moisture Jelly as a day care product (you can of course use it at night in conjunction with the original Hydraluron for a intensive moisturising treat), you will be pleased to learn that this not only quickly absorbs into the skin, leaving behind no residue but also does not interfere with any make-up applied on top.

Admitedly I can not use Hydraluron Moisture Jelly daily as my skin is really oily, not dehydrated but straight up oily. I do go through phases of dehydration normally due to medication for allergic reactions (don't ask I belong in a bubble) and when this happens I do use Hydraluron Moisture Jelly. I like that it quickly rehydrates my skin and does so quickly (from the first use). The only downside is that if you do stop using it your skin will go back to normal (or dry if that is the case) but as most users become hooked from the first use I don't imagine this to be too much of a problem. If you have normal to dry skin and want a great daily intensive moisturiser that is gentle at the same time, this could be the answer.

Hydraluron Moisture Jelly £24.99/30ml via Boots - link

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25 comments:

  1. cool
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  2. Love this! Definitly need to get my hands on this product, youve really sold it to me!

    Charlotte // www.charlottesamantha.co.uk

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  3. Ooh. This sounds really interesting. I've been using the Hydraluron original and it has made such a difference to my skin which is still oily despite me being just shy of 40. I had a bit of a light bulb moment in that I realised my skin was dehydrated (lacking in water) rather than oil and it makes my skin so much smoother and well-behaved. Love it! I may have to give this a whirl too :)

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  4. Ooh. This sounds really interesting. I've been using the Hydraluron original and it has made such a difference to my skin which is still oily despite me being just shy of 40. I had a bit of a light bulb moment in that I realised my skin was dehydrated (lacking in water) rather than oil and it makes my skin so much smoother and well-behaved. Love it! I may have to give this a whirl too :)

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  5. Great review, I also have too many allergies I belong in a bubble!
    Your pictures are so beautiful.
    Kate x
    www.vanillainnovember.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. I also have usually oily skin too, don't know if my skin has ever actually being dehydrated.But I will bare this product in mind for when it get's colder in case my skin does dry up :)
    Also is it weird to say.. I love your font! ha
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  7. Definitely want to check this out now!

    Karina xx

    www.thekazlightanthem.blogspot.com

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  8. This sounds really good! Im in desperate need for a new day moisturiser and its not overly prices either!

    Kirsty | KirstyLeigh xx

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  9. The packaging is really cool! Looks like a great product! Lovely photography xx

    Beauty Girl

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  10. ah i'm going to have to pick this up! so sold! my skin gets super dry in winter months!

    hannah @ http://hansaddiction.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. Great review, I have never tried any of the Hydraluron range but heard good things about the one in the tube, I love the packaging of this jelly!

    Love Beth @ BethBlogsBeauty
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  12. I love the fact it sinks in quickly and doesn't interfere with makeup. I find that some moisturisers can make me look oily, which I hate. So this is appealing, especially for this time of the year. x

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  13. Lovely review! I will definitely be needing this and all of the moisture that I can get coming into winter, and the jelly constancy is strange yet very intriguing to me, haha!

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  14. I've heard so much about this and really want to try it! I really love how the product is dispensed.

    nueyork.blogspot.com

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  15. I just did a review on this and love it. I have oily skin as well but it's doesn't seem to make me an oil slick which is always a plus! I think the way the product is dispensed is absolutely genius. I really loved readying your review xo

    http://justjessicalee.blogspot.com.au

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  16. What an unusual pot! I've heard great things about this product - need to try it!

    Josie XOXO
    Fashion Mumblr

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  17. I'm not in love with this one I'm afraid, its gone into the drawer and hasn't been seen since August!

    Anoushka xx www.Anoushkaloves.com

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  18. My skin is oily yet dehydrated, so this would be okay then for me, right? The texture and formula sound so intriguing.

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  19. Sounds great but a bit expensive! x
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  20. Ahhh thanks for this post, I'd seen a review of this in a magazine and I've put it on my xmas list so good to know you rate it too!

    franleanne.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. Sounds awesome! I definitely want to check this out as I my skin in a bit dehydrated right now. Great review!

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  22. I really like the sound of this and all the reviews I read make it sound lovely BUUUUT I also have problems with oily skin so after reading that it made your skin oilier, think i will probably give it a miss xx

    Brenda BusyBee

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  23. I've never actually tried Hydraluron, it's definitely on my list though. This product sounds right up my street!

    Lorna | www.studsanddreams.com xx

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