No7 HydraLuminous Skincare Review

Hello and Welcome Back! Those of you who have read my blog before will know I love No7 skincare. I think it is premium skincare at an affordable price. I have even shared my best of No7 which you can check out here.

Anyway it safe to say I was excited when they realised a new skincare line, HydraLuminous. This range is focused on hydration (obviously), brightening and pollution protection. The range is divided into Normal/Oily Skin and Drier Skin. So something for everyone! I decided to go for the Normal/Oily range.

The whole range is currently £10 and is on 3 for 2 so is a great bargain. Keep reading to learn more.

No7 HydraLuminous Water Concentrate £16
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This is the serum in the range which is hyaluronic acid and No7’s HydraDrench complex. So it is safe to say it is very hydrating. It also contains Pollution Shield Technology to help to protect your skin from external agitators. Essential with all the muck in Londons air!

I don’t use this everyday (though you can do), I use it after a face mask or scrub for added hydration. I only use a drop at a time, so as little goes a long way. It sinks in almost instantly leaving your skin feeling refreshed without any sticky residue. I then follow with my moisturiser.

No7 HydraLuminous Day Lotion SPF 15 £14
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Those of you who read my Best of No7 will know I love the Daily Fluid Moisturiser. My only negative was that it didn’t have SPF. No7 must of heard me as this range has SPF15 in both the Normal and Drier Range. Not the highest SPF I admit but it is a great start. It also has 5* UVA protection.

The Day Lotion also contains the HydraDrench complex so is lightweight, sinking into the skin effortlessly. The Pollution Shield Technology provides a barrier against pollution.

No7 HydraLuminous Gel Recovery Cream £14
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This cream has a simular texture to the Olay Whips Range (which I’m sure you’ve seen on Instagram). It has a gel texture making it refreshing and hydating. It contains the HydraDrench Complex and Pollution Shield Technology. The Gel Recovery Cream also has the added benefits of antioxidants and Bisabolol to support skins natural recovery enviromental stresses.

So that is my thoughts on the Hydraluminous range! Have you tried it, if so what do you think? If not, which product would you like to try?


Emma x

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Prices correct at the time of writing this post in April 2019.