Monday, 18 December 2017

Day 18 of 24 days of beauty posts-The Ordinary Natural Moisturising Factors + HA

Day 18 is The Ordinary Natural Moisturising Factors + HA.

As you'll probably know if you've been reading my blogs this year, I am a paid up fan and member of The Ordinary fan club. These products work for starters, they use high end skincare ingredients that were only part of an expensive and exclusive club not open to us mere mortals before and the price point on all their products make this now cult range open to all of us.

As I write this I am in to my third week of feeling under the weather, and actually it's now moved in to flu, but at least this must be it now, surely? And as well as having no energy, a hacking cough, aching limbs and snot filled face, my skin is in real need of some TLC. As well as it being winter and having turned really cold, being indoors, wrapped under blankets with the central heating on has meant my skin is in desperate need of a proper hydration.

The Natural Moisturising Factors + HA (hyluronic acid) is a moisturiser that is also packed with amino acids, dermal lipids as well as hyluronic acid and keeps the outer layer of skin hydrated and hydrated.

It's a non greasy cream which sinks in very quickly and leaves behind no sticky residue or heavy cream feeling. I use this after cleansing and any serums. 

If you're after or need a lightweight but powerful moisturiser, this one is well worth trying out, especially as it's only £4.90 from The Ordinary.
The Ordinary Natural Moisturising Factors + HA
And whilst the tube is only 30ml I like that most of the The Ordinary products come in small quantities, because even though they are so affordable, you get enough product to give them a good try out without having committed to a big size that you feel stuck with.

xx


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  1. Will add this to the list of things to try from The Ordinary! Sounds brilliant xx

    Lucy | www.lucy-cole.co.uk

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