Monday, 12 September 2011

Eucerin Aquaporin Range

This is just a quick post telling you about the new AQUAporin Range from Eucerin.



Here's a little bit about the range:

"Eucerin has developed a revolutionary weapon in the battle against dry, dull, dehydrated skin. Inspired by a Nobel Prize-winning discovery, the Eucerin AQUAporin Active range helps support the skin's aquaporin production, which can help increase moisture levels. Here's how it may work for you.

If I was to pick one hero product from the range it would be the AQUAporin Active Moisturising Cream Light. This cream is for normal to combination skin providing lots of moisture even in the deeper epidermal layers of the skin.

You can buy the full range of Eucerin products from Boots.


This is a sponsored news piece.

5 comments:

  1. Great tip off!I have really bad crocodile skin on my shins. Sharon xx

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  2. i havent used anything from this brand but it is always good to know :D

    www.missmathful.blogspot.com

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  3. Sounds wonderful - I just love the name!

    Katie x

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  4. I <3 Eucerin, so I bet this is great!

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  5. Great review!!!!!AQUAporin Active Moisturising Cream Light - actually I`ve never heard about it...Will certainly try to find it and try.
    Now my cosmetic piece Number One is Super-Intensive Daily Moisturiser by Organic Surge. It is wonderful and light for an extremely dehydrated skin. This week it is presented at Broodon (the whole bundle of Organic Surge): http://blog.broodon.com/competitions

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