I’ve really been blogging on half speed for the past week because my dog, Honey, has been so ill so I’m running a bit behind on testing and posts (she is much, much better now).
So, I haven’t tested out the B. Hyaluronic Acid Facial Spritz yet – it’s sitting waiting til I can focus a bit more but it has all the signs of being a star product. My skin really responds well to hyaluronic acid and this one has a relatively high concentrate with a claim of 12 hour hydration so I think it’s well worth slotting into your routine. There’s a trial claim that 81% of 50 women said they had smoother skin after two weeks, but I haven’t had a chance to delve a bit deeper yet. But, this is £7.99 (currently on offer for £3.95) so it’s not going to eat a big hole in your budget and there’s no reason not to think it won’t have some nice smoothing and plumping effects.
It’s interesting that Superdrug have also used the word confident in this – maybe confidence is the new anti-ageing buzz word. I’m off to a trend conference in Paris in a couple of week’s time so I’ll be able to see whether it’s a word that’s cropping up. However, in the press materials I have here, the focus is on smoother skin rather than any anti-ageing element. The implication is there but the wording is positive. All skin types can use this. You can find B. Hyaluronic Acid Facial Spritz HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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