By Aimee S.
In the last month I been using Hylamide Booster glow Deciem ($ 32) and I have never seen such quick results! Hylamide is basically a natural version of a self-tanner (without DHA here) with – bonus! – Some other benefits for the skin, too. Being 56 years old and growing up in the south when sunscreen was not so common, I do my best now to stay out of the sun. It was fun to have a natural looking color and this reinforcement serum really helped my skin look better overall. The glow that gave the face after using the product only twice literally took me by surprise! – In a way
I have experimented with the frequency of application during the month. The company says apply twice a day, in addition to its other products in skin care. The product has a yellow-orange color and comes with a dropper easy to use. Have white skin, I found that worked better when once at night applies for three or four days. Then, I would rack the next three to four days. The results are not so natural when I tried to apply anything more than that. It is also good to note that the color faded after a few days when the product I liked is not used.
Deceim says Hylamide addresses dullness and uneven tone, and my skin definitely looked brighter as the serum is used. It has an interesting mix of ingredients: Keto-sugar (found in raspberries) is said to create a non-toxic interaction with the skin causes a subtle change in color. A rusty glutathione complex, or group of amino acids, helps to clarify the skin, while dextran helps light and smooth.
Another interesting ingredient is Citrullus lanatus (also known as fruit extract watermelon) and its fame is due to the improvement of the appearance of stressed skin. citrulline from watermelon rind, which is also present, according to TIA functions as a conditioning agent with potential antioxidant benefits.
Finally, I thought it was so interesting as Deciem uses Leuconostoc (also known as radish root ferment filter ) as a natural preservative. However, at the end of the ingredient list are the two preservatives with favorable scores were not as :. Phenoxyethanol and sodium benzoate
Overall, I think Hylamide is a great product if you want a boost of color with added improvements in the skin. It is easy to apply and indeed seemingly small bottle goes a long way.