Hello everyone! It’s that time of the week again- our Weekly Spotlight! This week we’re talking about Pestle & Mortar Hydrate Moisturiser. Have you ever tried this? It’s a game changer, our Pharmacist Aoife is obsessed with it, and swore by it on her recent holiday in Australia. In her own words ‘it kept my skin so hydrated and smooth, and it’s the only non-blemish-prone moisturiser that has agreed with my skin.’ We can also vouch for that- Aoife’s skin is looking incredible! So, what makes this so special? We have done the research for you and we're going to tell you all you need to know about this product created by this amazing Irish Brand!
This is a triple peptide cream to be used day & night- ideally after your Pestle & Mortar Hyaluronic Serum. What is a peptide and why is it good for your skin? A peptide is a chain of amino acids, they are basically like small proteins in the body which stimulate growth of cells in the body (for example collagen), peptides come in many forms with each type serving a particular function. The peptides present in HYDRATE promote stimulation of collagen and Increase hyaluronic acid levels in the skin. Other ingredients are: Green tea & pomegranate which are antioxidants and repair and protect against free radical damage in the skin. The green tea is also anti-inflammatory so it soothes and calms the skin, making it a perfect night time cream. These ingredients will help with ageing and will increase elasticity in the skin. It's a water based cream containing Jojoba and Vitamin E, it moisturises and softens the skin leaving it feel nourished and repaired. We are so excited to be stocking this wonder cream and we know you will love it!! Pestle and Mortar recommend to use it after you have cleansed and toned day and night, ideally after your Pure Hyaluronic Serum (also in the range). It costs €48 but this week we have 15% off in stores and online – so you will only pay €40.80- OFFER WILL END SUNDAY! It's available now in both our stores & by clicking HERE.
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If you have tried it, let us know what you think!
Until next time,