Friday, 17 January 2014

Hydraluron Moisture Boost Mask: Review


If you suffer from dry or dehydrated skin, you might like to check out Hydraluron Moisture Boost Mask - the latest release by Indeed Labs, makers of the original Hydraluron. 

This new mask uses a 3D time released hyaluronic acid (aka mega moisture) to treat dry and dehydrated skin, providing up to 24 hours of deep moisturisation.  Slower release of hyaluronic acid over time provides an extended feeling of plumpness and hydration.

The box contains four sachets, which I assumed would be filled with product, but they actually contain a face shaped piece of gauze/muslin soaked in product.  I removed all make-up, tied back my hair and lay down before unfolding the mask and placing it on my face.  You could actually sit up as it moulds to your skin (and stays wet), but it’s so rare that I lay still for 15mins I wasn’t gonna turn down the chance!  There are peepholes for the eyes, nostrils and mouth, so you can read or watch TV if you wish - and I see no reason why you couldn’t leave the mask on for longer.


My mask after use (sorry), but I wanted to let you see how it looked!

After 15mins I removed the mask, massaged the remaining serum into my skin (and rubbed the remainder over my neck, backs of hands and feet (didn’t want to waste a drop!).  I then applied moisturiser and relaxed.  I wasn’t sure what to expect, but must admit my skin was glowing today. My moisturiser didn’t disappear on contact with my skin and I honestly looked like I had applied some kind of highlighting/glowy product (I hadn’t).  This gets a big thumbs up from me as a weekly or pre-special occasion treat. It would also be amazing after a long haul flight.

Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Mask is 100 percent free from animal-derived raw materials and organic solvent remnants. It costs £19.99 for four masks (20ml) and is available exclusively instore or online at Boots here.


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