Hylamide Booster Serums – do you mean magic serums?!

So if you follow me on snapchat (if you don’t – you should, my snap name is: stephilalalange) you would have seen me snap about these cute, seemingly innocent little serums here. However there’s more than meets the eye with these little babies. These are ultra potent, super active serums – and yet somehow they are INCREDIBLY reasonably priced. I’m talking $50 / $60ish per bottle. Eh?! How do they do it? I don’t know. But i’m impressed.

I’ll tell you a bit about them first, and then i’ll let you in on my experience using them so far!

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I’ll start with the little orange dude on the left. That’s the C25 Booster. So as a lot of you will already know, Vitamin C is amazing for improving the tone and texture of your skin. What some of you may not know is that Vitamin C is ‘unstable’. This means that even if you use Vitamin C in your beauty regime, you may not be reaping the benefits from it. Vitamin C is unstable in that exposure to air, heat and light can destroy it. So basically you don’t want your Vitamin C serum to oxidise. If your Vitamin C serum is turning orange – it’s probably oxidised. @hylamide C25 Serum claims to be a truly stable Vitamin C, that never turns orange or oxidises. If uses a 25% ethyl ascorbic acid and resorcinol complex (I have no idea what that is) to target dullness, uneven skin tone, fine lines and texture. You’re meant to use this serum in conjunction with your regular skincare routine. Apply it before your regular moisturiser. You can also use it as well as, or mixed into your regular serum! Very versatile! I use it in the mornings.
If ya want it, you can buy it here:

 

Right, next we have the little yellow guy at the bottom. This is a strange one. The Hylamide Booster Glow Serum has amazing reviews so i was so excited to try it. The idea of this serum is a new one to me, it’s supposed to give your skin a natural healthy glow… and a tan? It’s like a very, very light gradual tanner – except that it doesn’t use DHA to tan the skin like most false tans. It uses something called Keto-Sugar that reacts with the skin to produce a natural golden tan. You should see results from the magic serum within 2-3 days, minus the drawbacks and oxidative impact of DHA. Woo! Ruth Crilly from A Model Recommends raved about it on her blog, so if it’s good enough for Ruth, it’s good enough for me! Here’s the link to her blog post: http://bit.ly/1LNQRW9
Right, now Melanin Peptides and Radiance Peptides also live in this little serum, so not only do you get a gorgeous healthy glow, but you also get some amazing skincare benefits too! These peptides help to keep your skin healthy and radiant. You should use this serum in conjunction with the rest of your skin care routine, but apply it first. Then you can apply your other serums and moisturisers on top!
If ya want it, you can buy it here:

 

Ok lastly we have the purple bottle on the right. This guy is the creme of the crop. The jewel in Hylamide’s crown. The apply of Hylamide’s eye. This guy is the SubQ Anti-Age Advanced Serum. I’ve been hearing RAVE reviews of this serum, and I was so damn excited to get it. Ok, where to start explaining the magic behind this guy…
Lets start with hydration: so the SubQ Anti-Age Serum is like an ultra, out-of-this-world hydrator. It boasts FIVE FORMS of hyaluronic compounds. This means the hyaluronic acid can actually reach multiple layers of skin, rather than just the surface, superficial part of the skin like most skincare hydrators. This is immediate re-hydration in a bottle. Seriously.
Next, we have the ‘better than retinol’ Nonapeptide-3 Retino-Complex. (da fuq is that?! I don’t know either, but it sounds fancy!)
This is highly interesting to a retinol lover like myself, as it is meant to give even better anti-aging, skin smoothing results than retinol – but without the irritation! YES! Gimme!
There’s a load of other scientific sounding skincare benefits, however they do tend to go over my head a little. If you’re somewhat of a skincare buff though, here’s a link to the site which will tell you exactly how this little miracle serum works: http://bit.ly/1U9OSgd
Basically, this serum will improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and pores and will help re-hydrate the skin. I feel like i wanna bathe in the stuff! Who’s with me?!
If ya want it, you can buy it here:

 

Ok guys, so to sum up these little bottles of magic potion, I bloody love them. I’ve gotta be honest, i only got them a little over two weeks ago so I haven’t had the time to give them a proper, long try yet – but from what I have tried i’m impressed. I still use my regular Steiva-A cream from the doctor on my face at night (not ready to give that up just yet!) but in the mornings after i’ve cleansed my face I apply these three oils. Oh yeah, by the way these serums are oily in texture. I naturally have horribly dehydrated OILY (SO oily) skin, but I feel like my skin is producing less oil since i’ve started using these serums. I’ll keep you posted. So far my skin is looking plump, hydrated (omg YAY! so hard for me to find something that effectively hydrates my skin!) and rather healthy. I’ve been a bit naughty with the Glow serum, and have only applied maybe… 4 times? And sporadically at that, so i haven’t noticed a tanned glow to my face yet. My fault. I’m going to make a point to use this EVERY morning. I want that glow, i really do!

 

Rightio, so i’ll leave this here. If you’ve tried Hylamide serums lemme know in the comments! Love you guys! Stephi xx
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7 thoughts on “Hylamide Booster Serums – do you mean magic serums?!

  1. Hey Stephanie!
    I love your make-up looks and follow all your social media. Not that I want sound like a stalker! I started a beauty blog and was just hoping you could give me some tips?

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  2. Hi Stephanie ! My name is Alina and i need your help! I use Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay in Place foundation in shade 1N1.I’m not sure if I’m putting my foundation on incorrectly or maybe using the wrong product but my foundation always looks cakey and I have no idea how to fix it.Before foundation I use a hydrating face cream from Avene . I have oily skin .When I apply foundation , my tein looks so horrible after few hours .I don’t know how to do !

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  3. Hi Stephanie ! My name is Alina and i need your help! I use Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay in Place foundation in shade 1N1.I’m not sure if I’m putting my foundation on incorrectly or maybe using the wrong product but my foundation always looks cakey and I have no idea how to fix it.Before foundation I use a hydrating face cream from Avene . I have oily skin .When I apply foundation , my tein looks so horrible after few hours .I don’t know what to do !

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  4. Hi Stephanie,
    Your videos have helped me figure out my makeup as I adjust to my middle aged skin esp hooded eyes. You have a lovely charismatic, funny and generous joie d vivre (sp?) about you that I really appreciate along with all the invaluable info. Thank you!
    Lisa

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  5. As a person who has ridiculously dry skin Im always on the look out for something that can save it, but since its also sensetive Im not that keen on trying new steff. You think the purble bottle can do the trick? And how do you use it? After you’ve cleaned your face but before your face creme?

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  6. I watched your tutorials and find your face so natural and lively without makeup. Why do you and so many others encourage women wearing make up in a way that it entirely alters the facial features? And perhaps you can share the reaction men showed when they saw you without your make up for the first time – a friend of mine married a beautiful girl (with her make up on) and nearly freaked out on the wedding night when she took her make up off… An old Russian saying goes : ‘ Before setting for a girl, take her to the banya (a sauna) so you see what she is really like’. Maybe it is time to say that make up is for special occasions or naturally applied, rather than creating a face nobody recognizes when in its natural state?

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