My honest Hydro Boost review

And believe it or not, I’m going to be doing a skincare/beauty review. I’ve never been the biggest skincare girl, even if I tried. I’m terrible at following routines sometimes so some times, even if I get the best intentions I always end up forgetting to do some steps. Today’s post is a honest review on Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost.

But even with my own bad skin care habits, I’ve always try to get something to keep my skin, and most likely my face hydrated. That’s why after reading/ watching so much good reviews about the Hydro Boost I decided to get one. I took advantage of one of Aruma‘s offers and got it.

It’s safe to say that I loved it…. Why? Because it really left my skin feeling hydrated and soft and just by using a tiny bit. Really felt like it wasn’t something that felt heavy on my skin. Something I hate from other creams and brands.

So, fast forward a little bit and I emptied my tub… Still feeling like I needed something my face that felt that was falling apart, I took yet another offer and got their SPF 25 version. I honestly thought it was going to be the same or something very similar, but it was just going to protect my from the sun.

But nope, it feels like I’m using a very greasy and heavy sunscreen. Not only it just smells like sunscreen, it feels heavy and by the end of the day, my face ends up very greasy. I’m pretty sure it protects you from the sun and other contamination you can get from the city or just the outside. But it honestly doesn’t feel like it hydrates my skin. Not like the other one does.

So if you are looking for good hydration, I totally recommend the one that comes in a tub and doesn’t have any sun protection. I think its really good and as soon as I can I’ll get a new one. While I’m still going to use the other one, specially for sun protection. I’m not taking it as a real way of hydration for my skin.

Have you tried any of these? What do you think? Sound off in the comments.

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