Dr. Dennis Gross Hyaluronic Marine – Reviewed
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The Hyaluronic Marine range is without a shadow of a doubt my most used collection from Dr. Dennis Gross. Unsurprisingly it uses Hyaluronic Acid combined with Japanese Marine Algae to deliver hydration and prevent moisture loss. The result after using any of these products is healthy, hydrated and dewy skin without any grease.
Hyaluronic Marine Meltaway Cleanser
Meltaway is primarily a first cleanse, it’s designed to completely remove makeup, dirt and SPF without drying out the skin. Infused with a blend of hyaluronic acid, glycerin, marine algae, aloe vera and butylene glycol; it is a cooling and soothing creamy cleanser with a beautiful whipped texture, Lending itself brilliantly for facial massage. It also uses fruit extracts instead of fragrance to provide a sensorial experience.
This has quickly found it’s way to my top 5 cleansers and I cannot reccommend it enough, for all skin types. To find out more you can read the standalone review here.
Hyaluronic Marine Modelling Mask
This two step mask is the best hydrating mask I have EVER used, because I visibly notice the increase in the hydration levels of my skin days after using it. A two step treatment, best applied after a Alpha Beta Peel – you mix the cushion gel with the activating powder and apply with the spatula provided (the application gets better after you’ve used it once, I promise!)
You’ll feel an immediate cooling and de-puffing sensation and then as the mask gets to work, your hydration levels increase and your skin is soothed. After the mask has dried, peel it off and follow up with your leave on skincare.
Hyaluronic Marine Booster
Hyaluronic Marine Booster is a water-like serum, enhanced with Centella Asiatica. It delivers multi molecular hyaluronic acid to ensure the skin is well hydrated beyond what is visible to us. I love taking this up around my eye area and on my lips, but be sure to lock this in with a moisturiser so you get the best results.
Hyaluronic Marine Dew it all eye gel
Hyaluronic Marine Dew it all eye gel is a cream- gel focused on delivering targeted hydration to the delicate under eye area. If you’re not sure which eye cream to go for, start here. It deals with puffiness and improves the appearance lines caused by dehydration. If you find yourself more concerned with pigmentation, take a look at Ferulic and Retinol eye serum.
Hyaluronic Marine Collagen Lip Cushion
This is the lip product for anyone who hates thick, gloopy lip balms. It’s a lightweight cream that nourishes and defines the lips. I personally use this as a serum and apply a richer balm on top to lock it in, however where I think this really comes into it’s own is if you’re someone who suffers with breakouts around the lips and lipline, often these can be caused by richer butters and oils typically used in lipstick and lip masks but it’s not an issue here. In case that wasn’t enough- it’s 9ml so it’ll basically last you forever.
Hyaluronic Marine Moisture Cushion Moisturiser
I will never be without this, even now that it is fragrance free. Again it uses this ranges eponymous ingredients, but this cushiony cream texture also contains amino acids to strengthen and fortify the skin. Cannot get enough. I use it twice a day most days and use a seperate SPF in the morning.
I hope this helped break down the Hyaluronic Marine range at Dr. Dennis Gross. I think it’s a brilliant range as part of the brands brilliant collection, particularly if you are looking at lightweight textures that deliver lasting hydration.
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