#PamperWeekend: Hollyberry Skincare

This is going to be part seven of the my ongoing series #PamperWeekend where I basically show you all the amazing skincare products that I have been loving recently. Make sure to tweet me using the hashtag all the products you’ve been loving too so that I can get some more inspiration.


Today’s post features some amazing products from the brand HollyBerry which is a cruelty free family owned skincare brand. It focuses on using ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid to promote flawless skin. The first product I actually have to show you guys from them is their Hyaluronic acid and vitamin C serum.


This serum comes in a 30ml glass bottle with a pipette/dropper style dispenser to it. Texture wise I absolutely love this serum as it’s nice and light and unlike most serums it doesn’t create a tacky finish after it’s applied. The bottle is also dark glass which delights me as it’s well known that Vitamin C degrades with light.


It is recommended that this serum be used both morning and night however I have been using it basically anytime I’ve felt that my skin needs a shot of hydration. I always follow up afterwards with a moisturiser and have been using my L’oreal HydraBoost which I featured in my last #PamperWeekend post.


I received the Hollyberry Clay Mask which I didn’t like as much as the serum if I’m honest. This product only uses one ingredient and I personally found that it didn’t really do much for my skin. The way this mask is used is that you mix a small amount of it either with water or a serum that is very liquid based.


It goes on very wet  and as it dries, it tends to go hard and tight which is great for giving you a temporary face lift but not anything else. I’ve been using this for roughly 3 weeks now, twice a week. It’s nice if your looking for something to pop on with girlfriends or just to relax but if your looking for benefits when it comes to your masks than I don’t recommend this.

All of these products can be purchases from the HollyBerry Website which I shall link below. The serum as far as I know costs 12 pounds which is roughly 14 euros and the mask is roughly the same.

-Talk Soon xx

Hollyberry Website

Disclaimer: Some of the products featured on this site have been sent for review consideration by brand PR teams, however all opinions and comments are the authors. Any sponsored content (paid for product placement) will be clearly marked as such. All opinions remain the authors own, even when the content is sponsored.

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