Perricone MD are a brand that I have wanted to try for so long but never knew what to start with. Thankfully they have very kindly sent me their H2 Elemental Collection to try out, which has been a great introduction to their products. This collection features the Elemental Complex which work to activate and energise the surface skin cells by transferring cellular energy and boosting the skin’s hydration – all of which sounds good to me as my skin is drier than the Sahara at the moment.
The H2 Elemental Collection range is described as being ideal for those with combination or dry and dehydrated skin and has a nice range of products that have lightweight and fast-absorbing textures (yay for that) that promise to deliver hydrating results. I have been testing the products for a few weeks, so whilst it is a little too soon to make a full judgement on them, I have seen noticeable results.
The Hydrating Cloud Cream (£69.00) is quite possibly one of the lightest face creams that I have ever tried – it’s not difficult to see why they call it Cloud Cream. As with all of the products in the collection, it is powered by Hydrogen which quickly penetrates the surface layers of the skin.
It delivers a boost of hydrating vitality and leaves the skin feeling and looking radiant, re-energised and instantly more hydrated. I love how lightweight this cream is, it feels really gentle on the skin but it certainly is gentle in it’s performance. Every time that I have used this, my skin has felt full of moisture, as well as nice and smooth. So many face creams can feel so thick and heavy and take so long to absorb, but this really works.
The formula is fragrance-free which I prefer when it comes to face creams, and you;re not left with that greasy feeling from creams that never seem to fully absorb.
The Firming Foam Mask (£48.00) is a fun product. It has a gel texture that foams on contact with the skin to instantly energise the skin as well as firming it. It has a cooling sensation that leaves you feeling like your skin is being re-energised and it is so quick to work, so great if you don’t have a lot of time.
It is nicely hydrating and nourishing on the skin and increases radiance, as well as making the skin look and feel firmer and smoother. I love the results that I have been getting from this mask – my skin has been looking brighter and healthier and I am starting to notice an increase in firmness.
Serum is one of my favourite parts of my skincare regime, and the Hydrating Booster Serum (£80.00) has been really lovely to use. It is an intense and hydrating serum that promises to plump and smooth dehydrated skin, and it really does work.
I have been using this twice a day and my skin is definitely looking plumper. It works to provide deep moisture to the complexion and to optimise the skin’s water balance to combat the signs of dry and stressed skin. So far, this is in my top 5 serums that I have ever tried … and I have tried a lot!
My eyes are so puffy at the moment so I have been loving the De-Puffing Eye Gel (£60.00). It feels really nice and soothing around the eye area and it works to prevent the visible signs of waging – such as wrinkles, fine lines, puffiness and dryness. It has a lovely lightweight formula that is so hydrating and it really is making a difference to my eyes.
I have loved my introduction to Perricone MD and have spent the last few days trying to decide what to buy – the Blue Plasma is calling my name, as is the makeup. What’s your favourite Perricone MD product?
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