The last few weeks, have, obviously been spent pretty much entirely indoors. You’d think it would be good for my skin – but I’ve noticed it’s felt drier than usual. I think it’s a combination of stress, central heating, and when I am out, it’s been colder than usual, which doesn’t help matters. I’ve also finally had time to enjoy some at-home spa time, which has included dermal rolling, and there’s nothing I find quite as effective to finish a rolling session than massaging a few drops of this serum into skin.
Even on evenings when I’m not playing about with beauty tools, the Alpha-H Hyaluronic 8 Serum is perfect for pepping up dull and dry skin. Much more than your average hyaluronic serum, Alpha-H’s take contains different molecule sizes and weights to allow hydration to effectively penetrate skin – leaving it looking plumper and firmer than before. I’ve seen the serum described as a ‘filter in a bottle’ and they’re not wrong – once my skin has absorbed the serum, it looks much fresher than before – it’s perfect to apply pre-moisturiser to create the perfect base for makeup too.
I love the texture of the Alha-H Hyaluronic 8 Serum – it’s not sticky or greasy, instead, it just sinks into skin quickly and easily, leaving it looking and feeling 100% better than before. If you’ve got dry skin like I do, the serum is a bit of a godsend – one of the 8 ingredients is a new molecular complex called Patch20, which is clinically proven to swell the skin’s moisture reservoir on contact and provides a sustained level of hydration for up to 48 hours, while lumicease, pollushield and cureberry extract work in synergy to protect the skin from environmental aggressors.
Alpha-H 8 Hyaluronic 8 Serum is priced at £38 and is available here (UK)