Now, down to brass tacks. I love me some Caudalie S.O.S. Thirst Quenching Serum. We've established that. I've gone through 1.5 bottles to date. Love the results. Now, here sits Hydraluron, a beloved product of some of my very favorite British beauty bloggers (*cough* Anna from Vivianna Does Makeup, I love you *cough*). What was that? Did you guys hear something? Yeah... me neither. We've also established that I'm currently worshiping at the skin care altar of one Caroline Hirons, so does it surprise you to hear that she steadfastly recommends this product too? Of course not, I'm a sheep! Baaaa. Tell me what skin care to buy, please. Baa.
The makers, Indeed Labs, claim the ultra-high-grade hyluronic acid in this serum can attract 1,000 times its weight in water. I have no clue what that means besides hydration and soft skin. I know I've said that Caudalie's S.O.S serum gave me some of the softest skin I've ever felt on my face when used after Biologique Recherche P50V, but I dare say this product squeaks ahead. Given the much smaller price tag, this would be my recommendation between the two. However, if you're in the states and have no way of purchasing this product, the only hydrating serum recommendation I can stand behind right now is the S.O.S serum. Which is expensive. Wahh wahh. Sorry!
So... how many things from Caroline Hiron's skin care routine have I adopted into my own... let's count:
- Emma Hard Amazing Face Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm
- Biologique Recherche P50V
- Indeed Labs Hydraluron
Once again, I compel you to learn from the master herself, my skin care sensei, Caroline Hirons: