Hello my lovelies,
I believe skincare is extremely important. It’s all well and good to spend lots of money on make up and for you to look absolutely flawless but I think it is key to focus on your skincare and if that means spending a little more time and money into this then so be it. It’s crucial to make sure you cleanse the skin and ensure that your skin is hydrated throughout the day.
If you have been reading my blog posts for a little while now, you will know my skincare brand that I absolutely adore is Liz Earle. For me their products are incredible and actually not so expensive. For at least a year I have been using pot after pot of the Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser which I mentioned in my recent Empties post. I thought it was about time that I changed it up a little to see what else was out there. I picked this up in December and after finishing my Liz Earle product I decided to move onto this.
I actually picked this up from Amazon as I had a voucher, but it is always on offer in Boots or Superdrug see here. I have heard a lot about this range from Garnier especially the Tissue Mask, but this wasn’t something that appealed to me so I opted for this product. I was a little skeptical about this product as I didn’t really pay a lot of money for it and I wondered what it would do to my skin if anything.
First off, I like the packaging. Anything in a pump is a winner for me because it is that much easier and less chance of wasting product. However, you don’t know when you will run out so you just have to guess when you are running low but at least it is easily available and inexpensive.
I think what drew me to the product was because of the phrase ‘moisture bomb’ for me who doesn’t want moisture in their skin I mean I know that is the job of a moisturiser but the whole bomb thing just sold it for me. It also states that it is super hydrating and is a 3 in 1 product. It states that you will stay hydrated for 24 hours, your skin will feel smoother and wrinkles appear reduced. Overall your skin will look radiant and healthier.
Big statements right? So I thought this is something I would put to the test. I pumped a bit out on my hand and wow it was watery. I wasn’t used to the consistency with most moisturisers I have used in the past they have been thicker, so just be a little wary of that. When I applied it onto my skin I instantly fell in love. It sunk into the skin beautifully without it feeling greasy or sticky. I instantly felt hydrated and ready for the day ahead.
A little bit of this stuff goes a long way so do be a little wary when you are pumping it onto your hand you really don’t need a lot. I really do agree with all their claims about this mouisturiser, apart from the whole wrinkle part as it isn’t something I have many of so I can’t really give my opinion. I especially notice how good this product is when I have a no make up day because my skin just feels like I have just applied the product even when I have had it on for hours.
I have also found in the past that with some super hydrating products they can make me oily throughout the day but actually this controls my oil which is amazing especially when I don’t want to wear mattifying foundations all the time!
I recommended this to my younger sister who does nothing in the way of skincare and wanted something for her dry skin which incidentally cleared up in a matter of days, she still applies this near enough every day because she loves it so much. I have converted someone who never takes care of their skin to do at least one step – thank you Garnier!
Overall, I love this product it seriously contends with my Liz Earle product which I adore and actually this also proves that you don’t need to invest a lot of money in a good moisturiser. I would highly recommend this to absolutely everyone and I really impressed. I think I will be looking at what other products are in the Moisture Bomb range – a massive thumbs up from me!
Have you ever used this product or anything from the Moisture Bomb range, I would love to know your thoughts!