Hydraluron Moisture Booster with Hyaluronic Acid

My skin has been rather dodgy over the last few months and I’ve struggled to get things under control. I’ve been trying various things and basically doing what Caroline Hirons tells me to do, because to be honest, the woman knows her skincare and you can’t argue with that! When I spotted that Caroline had given Hydraluron a five star review, I had to check it out.  It’s £24.99 from Boots and it’s from the same guys who brought us Nanoblur last year.

This is a clear gel, serum, which sinks into the skin really well without any residue, it’s designed to be worn underneath your moisturiser, but you could use it on its own too. There are lots of Hyaluronic Acid products on the market, but they tend to be quite expensive, so this is a very affordable way to make the most of this ingredient, which hold up to 1000 times its molecular weight in water. Hydraluron uses the world’s first hyaluronic acid that is 100% free of animal ingredients, which is a plus for many.

I really like the box, it has a fold out panel on the front which holds lots of interesting sciencey information on the product, including some of the clinical study results, the hyaluronic acid in Hydraluron is shown to increase skin elasticity by 27% in just 8 weeks and shows immediate results and long term benefits.

I’m absolutely loving using this product, it’s very easy to use, comfortable on the skin and really improve the tone and texture of skin very quickly. The only thing that annoys me is that the tube is so much smaller than the box, so it’s a little deceiving when you open the large box and find a small tube. However, I’m finding that you don’t need much so it will last longer that it looks like it will. Seriously, LOVE this product, would highly recommend it. Thank you Caroline for convincing me to buy it.

Have you tried Hydraluron?

Which serums do you like using?

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7 thoughts on “Hydraluron Moisture Booster with Hyaluronic Acid

  1. Caroline recommended this for me too! I’ve been curious about it, but skeptical as usual about anything lab-y.. 😛

    1. Really interesting that you are sceptical of ‘laby’ things Yu. ASA law and trading standards mean that any claims made by a product have to be justified, so things that are more scientific are likely to bring better results as they have gone through tests to be able to make the claims that they do. However, watch out for sneaky wording and vague claims, for example you can call something anti-ageing purely because it contains a tint.

  2. No question, I’m getting this!

  3. I tried nanablur before and I must say I was really disappointed, it didn’t suit my skin at all or make any difference. However, a friend swears by it, I’ve put it down to how supple/loose your skin is, because it tautens it to get rid of the wrinkles and I imagine mine is a bit tighter? I dunno! A theory at least. Does this does the same but with added moisturisation or is it just a moisturiser as such?

    1. Nanoblur is a completely different product aimed at older skin and disguising ageing rather than fighting the signs. This is purely a serum for improving hydration in the deeper layers of the skin, it’s very light weight and improves tone, texture and hydration. Use it underneath a moisturiser for a boost.

  4. I’ve been considering this today, think I’ll just splurge! You and Caroline have convinced me

    1. Buy it. Buy it. Buy it. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.

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