We all want to look and feel healthy, have soft vibrant skin and avoid dry patches, thus choosing the moisturiser that is best for you, is part of that. It’s also important to understand how are bodies are constantly changing with age and why the right moisturiser is important.

Whilst we are young, our bodies naturally produce plenty of collagen. Collagen is commonly found in the skin, bones and connective tissue, providing a structural support and a degree of strength and elasticity. It makes up about 80% of our skin’s structure providing firmness, strength and elasticity, helping to keep the skin stay tight. As we age, our collagen production reduces, as well as the skin having a reduced amount of natural oils and decreased cell renewal. This results in the formation of lines and wrinkles. Whilst we can try and consume vitamins to try and help produce collagen, there is always going to be a battle against the ageing of our skin and what the skin really needs. Hydration is the key to protect the collagen layer and replace the natural oils.

Here at H2k we believe in creating rich formulations, which in turn, can help to reduce inflammation and redness in the skin.  We also pride ourselves on trying to create products for those with highly sensitive skin.  With this in mind, H2k’s recently created rich Hydrating Cream, with its creamy texture is formulated with a high concentration of natural ingredients including Cocoa Seed Butter, Sweet Almond, Jojoba, Sunflower, Namibian Melon and Rose Hip oil, to answer the essential needs of dry to very dry skin, including sensitive skin types. The skin is left feeling soft and supple, reducing the feelings of tightness, caring for your skin all day long.  We haven’t fragranced this cream which enhances the “sensitive skin” feature of this product.  All the ingredients have also been ethically sourced.

We currently have a £10 off offer on this product, so give it a try now

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