Hydration Boost is a moisturiser which contains potent natural ingredients to assist your skin to hold on to moisture, aided by antioxidants and a rich skin nourishing organic oil. It is a light moisturizer best used in rotation or with normal moisturizer.
TIP… if you are in very dry air, dampen your skin slightly then apply the Hydration Boost to lock in the extra moisture to keep your skin comfortable. Or add a drop of face oil/ serum to your moisturiser for that extra skin barrier protection.
Hyaluronic acid (2%) is naturally occurring in the human body. A connective tissue organizer and hydrating substance, it is the most hydrating polymer known and can hold over 600X its own weight in water, giving skin volume and fullness.
Skin hydration is the cornerstone of supportive aging. The acid forms a film on the skins surface. This hydrates the surface of the skin and prevents water loss. The skins texture is improved mainly due to the ability to form a hydrating film on the surface which reaffirms the strong benefit on signs of aging.
Green Tea Extract. (2%) Camellia Sinensis is renowned for its anti-oxidant and free radical properties, giving the ideal active ingredient for anti-aging, skin protecting and mature skin products. It works well with Hyaluronic Acid.
Organic Argan Oil. Argan’s’ positive aging properties, due to high levels of Vitamin E and saponins (which soften the skin) are well documented. It helps to reduce lines by restoring the skin’s water lipid layer and it also cools and soothes inflammation. It's ant-oxidant properties contribute to the neutralization of free radicals, particularly useful in the polluted Western hemisphere.
It is scented with the most fragrant of all preventative aging essential oils, Rose Otto.
A lovely light moisturising cream. Simply lift a finger tip dose and spread over a light damp, bare face. it will bring the moisture back into the skin.
Can be used alone or with a drop of face oil added.
“This is my favourite moisturizer, it is like velvet on your face and my skin has improved with my continued use of it.” Grainne, College Lecturer