The Ordinary | NIOD | Hylamide
Deciem are the parent company of all the brands that we are all growing to know and adore. The Ordinary, Hylamide and NIOD skincare ranges are the 'children' of Deciem and all have differing levels of efficacy and this is reflected in the pricing.
The Ordinary, which is presently outstripping more expensive product ranges, largely due to its no-nonsense approach to high level skincare whilst retailing at a purse friendly level, is most people's current 'go to' range. Scientifically developed, effective, fast acting ingredients that can turn skin around in a thrice at an 'nth of the price of higher priced serums. What's not to make you want to whip out your credit card and click the checkout button?
I'm delighted with the incredibly fast results given to me by my dainty glass, pipette topped bottles. My craggy 40-something skin has been crying out for some intensive TLC and using a combination of the rather wonderful Buffet, Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, Matrixyl 10% and Natural Moisturising Factors + HA my once arid face has started to glow with vitality. As the aging process has progressed my long working hours and often times poor attention to my skin, has taken a grip and I have started to notice a marked crepey situtation creeping into my eye area. I have to be honest, this became a bit of a panic situation (sound the alarums!) and I was at a loss to know what to do about it. I have played with many eye serums and creams over the years and although I have been reasonably pleased with the results I had yet to find the elixir of youthful peepers.
Then I discovered Hylamide from Deciem.
In general, I am not a fan of most eye creams/serums as they do little and on the whole cause puffiness whilst not really living up to the marketing hype. However, I was desperate and not wanting to contemplate going under the knife to sort out my crinkly eyes I knew something had to be done.
Ta-da! My saviour is two inches tall, dressed in a gloriously green frock and in a matter of three weeks the windows to my world are looking fresher and more taut.
Hylamide Subq Eyes Advanced Serum has helped hold back the march of time and works in total harmony with the serums I am using from The Ordinary. This is a big winner for me as I hate to leave product in a half used bottle just because it isn't compatible with my new beauty 'love'. Like I said, this is a win win situation and I am chuffed.
With the startling results from Subq Eyes Advanced Serum it got me looking into Hylamide's Subq Anti-age.
'If there’s anything to be excited about in anti-ageing skin care, it’s Hylamide SubQ.'
British Beauty Blogger
Containing Copper Lysinate/Prolinate which is a Swiss technology (this country does know its skincare) brings an overall improvement in skin health and age. Then theres the added bonus of Matrixyl (already one of my fave serums from The Ordinary) and Nonapeptide-3 Retino Complex that promotes better anti-aging results than retinol alone and with less irritation. I am liking this already!
As if this isn't enough, packed into this serum, are 5 (yes five!) different Hyaluronic compounds that set to targeting surface hydration and elasticity of the skin. These swiftly get on with rehydration and plumping of the skin giving a really healthy look. Within two weeks skin will start to feel more comfortable, the surface texture improved and giving lasting rehydration. It also supports a better skin barrier.
I am a total magnet for anything containing algae as it really does shore up sagging skin. I am not prepared to go down quietly in this department and for some years now have been slathering on marine algae. When I saw that Subq Anti-Age contains both Antartic and Hawaiian algae I was sold.
It is to be used morning and night after cleansing followed by Subq Eyes and any other Hylamide Boosters (I particularly like Booster C25).
If you need this in your life you can lay your hands on it here
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