Beauty product of the week: USPA Antioxidant Hydrating Gel
If you're in the market for a new moisturiser then listen up, y'all cause this is it.
Why we love this product
When I say I have dry skin, I'm talking like Sahara Dessert dry skin. On top of all of that, this moisturiser came into my life at a very very sunburnt time. So it's fair to say my skin was not happy, peeling, red and just irritated. Above all of that I have very sensitive skin that will react to super harsh products. I know, I was blessed my the skin gods.
However, as soon as I held this moisturiser I knew it was different. For one, it's green. And two is had a consistency I'd never used on my face before. The USPA Antioxidant Hydrating Gel is a gel moisturiser that has delicious sounding ingredients like Aloe Vera Juice, Green Tea Extract and Lavender and Boronia Essential Oils. This bad boy is literally perfect for me as it is ideal for all skin types, dehydrated and sun damaged skin.
Whilst it's good for those with dry skin it is also completely oil free, so if you suffer from oily skin this is definitely a good moisturiser to try out!
It leaves my skin feeling incredibly hydrated and give it quite a natural glow too! Not to mention, this stuff actually smells amazing and is so refreshing I'm probably getting a little addicted.
Now, this product is priced at $70 for 125ml. I know that sounds pretty steep however I wouldn't suggest it if it wasn't worth it. It also goes a long way and you only need one pump to do your entire face.
Where you can buy it
You can get your hands on the USPA Antioxidant Hydrating Gel directly for the USPA skin care website. All orders received by 11.00am will be despatched by the afternoon of the next working day.
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