It’s not a pleasant feeling to experience redness, itchy, dry and dehydrated skin. I can account for some of these skin issues for most of my life. And anyone who has, can tell you how painful it is to experience any one of these skin issues. You may have used a cocktail of serums and moisturisers that have worked, but only temporarily, and I’m here to share with you some of my base skincare products for tackling these types of skin issues.
This post is not to discount other hydrating/irritated skin focus-type products I have used in the past, but more about what has contributed to the way my skin feel and look today.
I mentioned about base skincare products, these are usually my starting point before I layer my skincare with rich or concentrated serums or oils. The Hylamide Sensitive Fix 30ml (AU$29.95) that is encapsulated in a frosted glass bottle with a dropper is my ideal way to access serums and oils, is it yours too? This is a transparent with a watery-like consistency that my skin seemed to drink easily. I have noticed that within an hour of application, the redness/sensitivity subsided before bedtime. I don’t feel this does anything else other than for its intent use, hence why this has been my go-t0 as a first step post cleaner/toner and pre serums/oils or moisturiser.
Moving along to a sometimes base product is this Hylamide Low-Molecular HA 30ml (AU$29.95). This serum is a transparent and slightly thick consistency that melts into the skin easily. It has a non-greasy feel and dries quickly. I found this serum to really work when consistently used and like skincare in general, new products can take time to see results if any. I sometimes used this in conjunction with the sensitive fix, as these two products go hand in hand when you have irritated and dehydrated skin.
While using this with other skincare products in the evening, I could see the signs that my skin was improving and it was evident that people around me had noticed my skin looked better. I think this product is worth checking out and I know there are mixed reviews out there, but you really won’t know unless you try it for yourself.
Have you tried Hylamide skincare products? Which is your favourite?