Saturday, 15 March 2014

Garnier Moisture Match - Wake Me Up


Garnier Moisture Match - Wake Me Up (50ml)

The one designed for dull skin (5.99)
A couple of days ago I shared with you the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water, my new favourite cleanser - guys seriously if you're looking for a new one, want to try out micellar waters or just fancy spending some pennies go out and buy it now! - but now I have another lovely Garnier product to share with you, one that has been part of my daily routine for a couple of months now.
Recently I've been trying to take better care of my skin, sometimes I think no wonder it's so bad after all the things I put it through but that's a post for another day. I realised my skin was starting to feel tight and uncomfortable everytime I used a face wash - I guess that's the problem when you are used to buying products designed for oily teenage skin and you've grown out of the oily (and teenage) phase into the "normal skin" one - so I decided it was time to actually go and get a moisturiser. I know *shock*, *horror*, I wasn't already using one on a daily basis but I was already worried about my skin looking too shiny, and I'm probably a bit lazy too.
I wanted to try out something that wasn't too expensive and would meet all of my hydration needs, and this one from Garnier has been doing the job perfectly for the last couple of months. Part of their Moisture Match Range, Wake Me Up is designed specifically for dull skin. It contains citrus extracts which are known for their revitalizing properties to help wake up your skin. The moisturiser has a very delicate scent, you can faintly smell the citrus, but it's still a very fresh fragrance. It's different to other daily moisturisers because of it's gel consistency, it's incredibly light and absorbs into the skin in a flash yet I've found it's still enough to keep my skin feeling soft and hydrated throughout the day. Best of all the range has moisturisers to meet all skin needs: there's one for normal skin, oily/combination skin, normal/dry skin and very dry skin.Each one has different textures and properties, designed to target the specific skin problems associated with your skin type. Of course I can't speak for them all, but if they're as good as Wake Me Up then this is definitely a moisturiser to add to your routine.
You can buy the Moisture Match collection at Boots or Superdrug stores, or online here for £5.99 each.

What do you think of the Moisture Match collection? Which is your favourite?

Beth xx

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