If you want younger looking and brighter skin let me let you in on a secret… That is hard work and dedication, but it always pays off! Unfortunately skin problems can not be reversed (in most cases) but it can be remedied or drastically improve in the long run. Today we will be doing an Elizabeth Arden Hydragel Cream Review.
Skin care is an investment in yourself. An you will only reap the benefits much later in life. In my opinion skincare does not have to cost you and arm and a leg. You just have to find that product range that is well suited for your skin type and age. It will also be beneficial if you use products from one range as far as possible. By doing this you are not using products that might work against each other, or do more or less the same function as another product.
But today we are talking about the Elizabeth Arden Hydragel Cream review.
The first thing you will notice is the beautiful holographic box. Its the epitome of brightening and Illuminating. The tub itself is just as beautiful. The silver lid forms part of the brightening and illuminating range and the red with the frosted glass is just 👌. It feels so classy and high end (even though its not glass).
I have literally left just enough product to do this review, it was that good! This jar is not just a pretty face on your vanity, it also packs a punch! First off, you will notice that this is a very lightweight formula that just melts into your skin. It feels like a gel, but acts like a cream. Being absorbed by the skin very quickly is but just one of the benefits, it also contains brighteners to make dark spots look faded. The formula also has got hyaluronic acid to plump the skin and assist with the ultimate hydration.
What I enjoyed most from this moisturiser is that I got bags full of hydration without looking like a glazed pig. The smell is mesmerising, if nourishing had a smell this would be it! My skin looked plump and healthy and the product dissipated so quickly without leaving an oily residue behind. Once again I am in love with yet another Elizabeth Arden product. I received this as PR but will definitely repurchase it!
What is your current moisturiser and how are you keeping the “winter face” at bay? Let me know in the comments below.
Looking for a good body oil to avoid winter crocodile skin? Come check out my review of the Elizabeth Arden Miracle oil.