Last year I was lucky enough to review the fantastic HealGel Eye Cream and since then it has continued to be a firm favourite of mine, so I was over the moon when I was given a chance to try another of the products in the HealGel range – HealGel Face.
If you missed my first post on HealGel then to give you a quick idea on the brand it was created by a group of leading UK plastic surgeons with the aim of creating products that not only helped them with their work but also really worked. Each of the three products has been designed with ingredients to specially help protect and repair the skin.
HealGel Face was created as an anti-aging formula that works to give you firmer, smoother and replenished skin it contains all the ingredients of the original HealGel which of course has five key soothing complexes including Arnica Liposome for strengthen capillaries, reducing puffiness and discolouration, Biodynes for cell regeneration, Madecassoside to soothe, help sensitivity and redness alongside a range of protection and repair agents. As well as those original ingredients HealGel Face also includs added ingredients to help soothe the skin and boost collagen production, as well as a unique blend of Omega Oils that replenishes dehydrated skin and restores elasticity topped off with a three part hyaluronic acid complex to plump and revitalise.
As with the eye cream HealGel Face comes with quite a hefty price tag of £48 for 50ml but it also follows the trend of a little going a long way. The cream itself is of a soft velvety texture which is easily absorbed into the skin. It offers a matte finish and is suitable for day or night use with it containing no SPF.
For me it’s a cream I can keep doing back to, if I’ve tried something out that has completely messed up my skin I know this will help soothe and calm those effects and help return my skin to a semi decent state, as well as if I have a cut I don’t worry about popping this on, on top. When it comes to the look of the skin it has definitely seemed to make a difference offering a brighter, softer looking effect to the skin which is visible in the mirror.
For me this is a cream I can see lasting on my table for a while, just like the eye cream.
What do you think of the sound of HealGel Face, would you give it a try?