Currrently loving: Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster

Over the past few weeks I have been testing out a selection of Dermalogica skin care products and there is one product in particular that has really stood out and that I have totally fallen for. It’s the Skin Hydrating Booster – a small bottle of liquid that is packed with oh so vital Hyaluronic Acid that helps the skin hold on to water, making it plumper and increase elasticity.

I have been using this mostly around my eye area, to help plump out the fine lines that are the bane of my life at the moment and I truly feel like it’s making a difference and helping make them less visible. I have also recently started trialling another product specifically for dealing with lines too – once I have given it a proper trial I will do a full review. But at the moment I am finding that this is working really well – a lot of fine lines are a result of dehydration, so that makes sense.

The reason I like this is that it works – very simple. It feels lightweight but really moisturises – which is ideal for the eye area as it’s not heavy on the delicate skin. I love how this makes my skin feel revitalised if I use it over night.

So, all good – my only issue is the price. I adore this product, but the price does make me wince. I managed to find it online for £29.40 at the cheapest (still feels steep for 30ml) but on average it was around the £40 mark… ouch. So I will be treating the bottle I have a little like gold dust, luckily a little goes a long way!

**The Small Print**
PR sample sent for review.



  1. September 7, 2010 / 8:03 am

    I like dermalogica too. Used to use it, but you are right. it is pricey!

  2. September 7, 2010 / 8:17 am

    I really trust and like the dermalogica products. Like you said, they’re simple and light but very effective and the difference is visible in my skin. Agreed that need to make a little go a long way due to price!

  3. September 7, 2010 / 11:12 am

    Dermalogica’s Hydrating booster is fantastic! It works great on any flaky areas of the face and becuase it is oil-free, it’s fine for oily skin types, or acne prone skins who get the odd dry spell.

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