What is it
Hydrating fluid concentrate relieves dryness and the appearance of fine lines. Hyaluronic Acid, Panthenol, Glycolipids and Algae Extract help restore moisture balance and minimize the appearance of fine lines
How I use it
4-5 drops with my serums or a few drops with my bb cream/foundation
Best suited for
All skin types that want to add extra moisture without any heaviness or oiliness
Things to note
Fragrance and lavender essential oil can potentially sensitize skin.
A no fuss plastic bottle with a squeeze dispenser.
A light lavender scent.
A viscous liquid.
Natural with a hint of glow due to the emollients.
full ingredient analysis
The Dermalogica skin hydrating booster doesn’t look like much at first, I just assumed it was like any other moisturizing serum. But boy was I wrong.
A little goes a long way with this product, and it’s super versatile! I’ve been adding 4~5 drops to my serum, and it makes it easier to apply and much easier for my skin to absorb.
Thinking it worked so well paired with another serum, I figured I’d try it with my bb cream. The results? I-N-C-R-E-D-I-B-L-E! No more dryness, no more caking, and it adds a natural dewiness to the finished look.
Given its miracle hydrating abilities on my skin, this product has now become a staple in my skincare and makeup routine. I definitely noticed that my skin feels more moisturized when I use this.
I’ve used other hyaluronic acid products before, but those felt sticky rather than moisturizing, which is another reason why I particularly love this one.
If I had to gripe, it would be the steep price tag for the tiny product. Then again, a little goes a long way so the cost per use might not be so bad. I’ve been using everyday for the past 2 months and I still have a lot of product left.
Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster
Love this! I would definitely recommend this to someone who needs some extra hydration or who suffers the same issues with foundations/bb creams. While it's a tiny bottle, the versatility makes up for the lack of size and high price.