It’s nearing March and I am quite pleased with our morning weather. It’s still as cool as a normal December morning. But cold weather don’t come with a consequence. Cold weather also means that we should be getting mindful of our skin from getting too dry and flaky.
In these cool-mornings-that-turns-into-scorching-days kind of weather, don’t you just want something that’s light and non-sticky to protect your skin from losing its vitality and moisture?
Hyalure Dermaformulated’s Light Non-Greasy Moisturizing Lotion is formulated by a dermatologist and contains hyaluronic acid, a known moisturizing agent that helps hydrate the skin, reduces skin irritation caused by environmental pollutants and forms a protective film on the surface of the skin thus preventing moisture loss. Majority of hyaluronic acid is found in the skin, it is vital in maintaining the skin’s natural moisture giving a velvety soft feel and smooth texture on the skin. Helps relieve dry, dehydrated and rough skin. Ideal for hot-humid environment because it’s non-greasy. Paraben and Lanolin free.
Hyalure, proudly Philippine made brand, has an amazing solution for us. Especially for those who stay in the office for more than 8hours, you’d know what I mean. Being inside and airconditioned room can lead to moisture loss and dry up your skin so it’s important to slather up some moisturizing lotion before leaving your house.
Hyalure is the first daily lotion that is formulated with hyaluronic acid, a known effective moisturizer to help retain moisture on a cellular level. But don’t be intimidated by this as the brand has kept its price economically for daily use.
What Iove about Hyalure is that you can feel that the effects aren’t just topical. Unlike other lotions that I have been using, with this brand, you can feel a thin coat of layer on your skin–and it lasts all day! It’s like a thin coat of protection that keeps your skin smooth and moisturized as you get on with your day. Oh, another plus it that the formula is very lightweight and the scent is not offending.
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