So I'm back today with a new serum. I wrote a post a few months ago reviewing the B. Nourished night serum (go check it out) I liked this serum but when I did my empties post a few weeks I didn't feel it added much to my skincare so when it ran out I stopped using it.
However I recently went on holiday to Cape Verde and whenever I go on holiday my skin gets dry from the sun and from putting more make up on each evening (at home I very really have make up on in the evening) so I felt like I needed a bit extra moisture in my skincare routine.
Seen as I wasn't convinced the first time I tried a serum I didn't want to spend a fortune so I stuck with what I know and went to Superdrug. I brought the Simply Pure Hydrating Serum and it cost £2.39.
I used this serum throughout my holiday and I really like it. The serum comes out the tube quite thick but goes on to the face really smoothly and sinks into the skin really well. There were a couple of occasions when I nearly forgot to put moisturiser on after as my skin felt soft.
My only reservation is that it is quite a small tube but you only need a small pump to cover the face and neck and it is very inexpensive. One tube lasted me 2 weeks applying once daily on my holiday so it is worth the price whereas a more expensive one I would expect to last much longer.
I would recommend this product to someone who has oily skin and looking to try out a serum for the first time. I have repurchased this now I am back off holiday to see how it sits on my skin in a different climate so we shall see.
Would I use this product long term? I'm not sure I feel like I might need something more nourishing going forward but for now I will keep repurchasing.
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