Beauty sleep is a real thing; our bodies, and our skin go through a natural nighttime renewal process after focusing on protection throughout the day. So, it’s the best time for your skincare products to do their thing. Which is why products made specifically for nighttime are so important. “Overnight, our skin cells recovery and reparative processes are more active,” confirms Dr. Robinson, board-certified medical and cosmetic dermatologist. “Collagen remodeling, skin repair, and circulation all increase which means that nighttime is a great opportunity to introduce ingredients that support healthy skin. While we sleep, we are also prone to dehydration as transepidermal water loss is increased. Using a product that encourages skin hydration is essential for this reason,” she explains.
The Neutrogena® Hydro Boost Night Pressed Face Serum with Hyaluronic Acid is a deeply nourishing serum made to complement your skin’s natural renewal process. It rehydrates your skin while you sleep—and you get to wake up to healthier, glowier skin come morning. Below find out more about my new favorite product.
What It Is
Hydro Boost Night Pressed Face Serum with Hyaluronic Acid is a concentrated, multi-restorative pressed serum that melts into your skin and offers instant hydration that lasts up to 48 hours. Plus, it’s oil-free, non-greasy, and suitable for all skin types.
The formula is brimming with goodness, including hyaluronic acid to hydrate and antioxidants to combat daily external aggressors (like pollution, and the like).
The pillow-proof formula is unbelievably lightweight and feels like a dream to apply. It has a cloud-like, whipped texture that melts into skin and leaves it feeling cool and soft, but never greasy. It won’t get all over your sheets (which is paramount for a nighttime formula). It’s proven to revitalize and restore your skin’s moisture barrier overnight, complementing your skin's natural nighttime renewal process for dewy-looking bounce-back skin. Wake up to skin that is three times more hydrated than it was when you went to sleep.
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