Saturday Skin Waterfall Glacier Water Cream has yet to hit UK stores (it is available in the US on the Saturday Skin website and Sephora), but I have the lowdown ready for when it is available here.
Now I’m a relatively new convert to Saturday Skin, but so far I am seriously impressed by them. From the beautiful packaging (that I really can’t take good photos of for some reason), to the quality of the products, I’d highly recommend giving them a try. Both Cult Beauty and Beauty Bay stock them and hopefully soon Waterfall will be added to both sites.
WHAT IS SATURDAY SKIN WATERFALL?
The Saturday Skin Waterfall Glacier Water Cream is a gorgeous lightweight moisturiser made with Alaskan Glacier Water to provide the skin with refreshing moisture and Icelandic Moss extract to help hydrate and soothe the skin.
I’ve found as I get older that sometimes richer creams can be a bit too much for my skin, which is temperamental at best. My skin cries out for moisture and hydration, so to find a lightweight product that provides my parched complexion with what it needs is always a good thing.
Waterfall works to improve the skin’s moisture barrier as well as promoting maximum hydration, soothes dry skin and increase the overall vitality of the skin. I’ve been using this a few times a week for over month and I’ve been extremely pleased with the results.
With the weather getting colder, I’d been expecting to have to go back to my thicker moisturisers, but so far Waterfall has been meeting my needs and more. At $39.00 for a pot, it’s affordable and it does the job. Saturday Skin do lightweight moisturisers very well, and I’d also highly recommend their Featherweight moisturiser as that’s amazing too.
WHERE CAN I BUY SATURDAY SKIN?
For those of us in the UK, Saturday Skin is available from both Beauty Bay and Cult Beauty. We get the new releases later than the US, but they do eventually hit our shores and this one is certainly worth the wait.
Apologies for the photos in this post – we’re getting to that time of the year where the daylight does whatever it wants.
* Contains PR Samples