I love a hyaluronic infused anything – it’s an ingredient that really does make a difference to skin comfort, hydration and flexibility. The secret is its low molecular weight structure that lets it infuse itself into your skin. This one, in the Balance Me Hyaluronic Plumping Mist, is fermentation derived (Hyacare 50) which is a natural alternative to hyaluronic acid, the more common hyaluronic ingredient.
Also within this mist is chamomile water and pineapple extract – chamomile, as I am sure you will realise, soothes skin (so good for hormonal skin – hot flushes and redness) while pineapple is a gentle astringent and provides some brightening and antioxidant energy.
I think the point with a product like this is that it’s not an instant wonder worker in terms of the immediate exterior benefits (brightening, etc) but it is a helpful extra layer for sensitive skin that you feel better for using when your skin is hot and bothered. I have it by my laptop and just use it randomly as and when, and little by little have got to know it better. I don’t think I’m plumper for it but it’s a nice soother that I’m glad to have, especially if your skin runs to oily.
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Hyaluronic Plumping Mist, £16, is one for those who love the detail of looking after their skin – it’s all of the pleasures to be spritzing something you know has the right ingredients to care for your complexion. If you’re a dollop and go, it’s probably not for you!
That said, Balance Me are offering BBB readers exclusively 25% off ALL products HERE across their site until the end of September*(plus a free moisturiser sample) using code BRITISHBALANCE (excluding Outlet products, Value Kits and Gift Sets) so there will be, I am sure, something for everyone. If you want a recommendation – I loved their Flash Micellar.
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