Thursday, June 20, 2013

Hit of Hydraluron

If there was ever a time I was excited in Priceline (and wished my phone had Twitter/Instagram capabilities), today would be it. I'll set the scene for you: finished my final exam early, did a bit of damage to the bank account at Kit Cosmetics and Daiso before taking a gander at the latest Priceline sale and not only do they have the current skincare bag promotion- Indeed Labs has hit the shelves! This time with new additions: Eyesilix eye cream and Hydraluron hydrating serum. 



Apart from having the most wasteful packaging I've seen yet, Hydraluron is an exciting prospect and I'm happy to have another serum, especially one so highly regarded by the be-all-end-all skincare den mother Caroline Hirons, to add to the routine. This sets a new record in my ledger- three serums on rotation in three weeks. I weep for my finances. 
So if I just got it why am I posting about it? Why, to tell you lot to skip down to Priceline first thing tomorrow to get your hands on this little tube of hyaluronic acid goodness. All yours for $34.99. Now, if only we could get Pepta-Bright here too...

7 comments:

  1. Congrats on finishing your final exam! Freedom at last :) Any shopping done post-exams is well deserved. I've been spending wastefully on skin care lately as well ... yikes. Might check this out at my local, though $35 for 30ml seems like a lot! But not too outrageous I suppose, especially if it's worth it for the results. Will need to further read up on it.

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    1. YAY and YES haha I spent way too much in my high of liberation. Are you referring to the Priceline skincare bag or something more? I'm so tempted to get that for the Avene Eau Thermale and Biore cleanser, but honestly speaking I won't use the rest of it. :/

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    2. I did get the bag (lol at me) and some other stuff (to be revealed on the blog haha :p). Nothing too out there though, just way more for me normally since until about 1 week ago I didn't care much for skin care. I blame you for directing me to Caroline's blog - I stayed up until 2am one night last week reading up on her old posts. Now I'm paranoid about mineral oil and other nasties that she's against :p Lol. I'm debating whether to get the Hydraluron. Defintely don't need it but I'm such a sucker for hype that it seems inevitable really. I actually saw this at my local Priceline a couple of weeks ago but thought nothing of it because of the simple packaging :p

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    3. I didn't know it was out for that long! I saw Priceline's photo on Twitter and got so excited for Hydraluron but I think it's overhyped. Hehe BeautyMouth is awesome- Caroline Hirons is the beauty blogging skincare den mother- she's so direct and no-nonsense and knowledgeable. :)

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  2. Ooh, I've been interested in this one. Is there much of a difference between this and the Hada Labo serum we have?

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    1. In consistency- the Hydraluron is a gel while the Hada Labo is like a viscous essence/toner. I think the Hada Labo is more hydrating on its own, while Hydraluron needs to be used in conjunction with a moisturiser to have any effect. Too soon to properly tell though. Hope you're done with exams! GET POSTING, GIRL!

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  3. I'm not that familiar with the brand, this looks pretty nice ^_~

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