Winter Skincare | Pestle and Mortar Pure Hyaluronic Serum* | EmmyWritesAbout

Lately my skin has been suffering which i think is down to stress from my operation and being in alot of pain then also the changing weather doesn’t help. My skin is usually extra oily but recently it has become dull, dry areas and just looks like it needs help. Serums are something i haven’t used often until this year. I never really saw the need for them but i guess that was down to me not understanding what they were for! 

Autumn is here and it has kindly given us the treat of this cold weather! My skin definitely suffers in winter until now. This is where the Pestle and Mortar Pure Hyaluronic Serum comes in and plays its part. I have been testing out this serum for the last two weeks and i am definitely suprised with the results.

The Pestle and Mortar Serum claims to target fine lines, dullness and dehydration and giving your skin a natural healthy glow. With having oily skin it always makes me worry when putting “oils” on my face. This serum is clear in colour and doesn’t have any kind of scent which i like. I hate those chemical smelling products! You get the “tear drop” applicator as i call it which you can easily judge the amount of product you use so you don’t waste any. The serum applies like a dream, gently rubbing it into my skin slightly massaging it onto the dryer areas. One thing that suprised me is how quickly it sunk into the skin, it didn’t leave a tacky/sticky base at all. From the first application i definitely noticed my skin felt more hydrated and my dry patches were still there but not as rough as they were. 

One week later my dry patches have completely gone! I had tried different moisturisers but nothing got rid of them until i used this serum. My mum had even said my skin looked really healthy and not as dull so its definitely working its magic!

This Hyaluronic Serum is slightly on the expensive side at £33 but it is definitely worth it! I would say it is the perfect winter skincare product. I can see this lasting me quite a few months too.