The Hero Project

I was very happy to be sent some samples from The Hero Project recently.  The Hero Project is a relatively new British company whose mission is to solve our beauty problems and find out what skincare lovers really want in order to produce products that fit that need.  They want to give us consumers products that really work and help us reduce our mega stashes of beauty products.  It's like a capsule wardrobe of skincare.  So far they have only made 6 products and I was sent 3 of them to try.
The Hero Project
Hyasoft Instant Moisture Boost* - £19 for 30ml
This is a clear oil free moisturiser which can be applied morning and night, by itself or before your day and night cream.  It's a gel formula which is fragrance free and absorbs into my skin quickly without leaving a greasy residue.  It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth with no dry areas.  The active ingredients are multi-moleculer Hyaluronic Acid and Panthenol (Vitamin B5).

Glow Drops Dry Touch Facial Oil* - £24 for 30ml
This oil is a blend of 10 natural essential oils and vitamin c that helps to smooth, nourish and brighten your skin.  Just massage 2-3 drops into your skin and follow with moisturiser.  My skin tends to be dull and uneven and I found that this facial oil did help to brighten up my complexion.

This product contains a powerful 30% Ethylated Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C) which helps to restore clarity to skin and improve evenness and brightness.  It helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and also protects the skin from further damage.  Just add 3-4 drops onto your clean face, neck and d├ęcolletage, then follow with a moisturiser, or facial oil.  They do mention that when you apply the serum you may feel it on your skin, such as a slight tingle.  This just means the product is getting on with it’s job.

After using Vit C-30 Ultra Brightening Serum, my skin definitely looks brighter and the tone is much more even.  There are no dry patches on my face either.  I am lucky that I don’t have many fine lines and no wrinkles so I cannot comment on how well this product works on those areas.

If you are not sure about committing to the expense of buying the full size products, The Hero Project has a pick-n-mix option where you can buy travel size versions (8 - 10ml) of all 3 products for £30 which is a great idea.

The Hero Project is against animal testing and plastic microbeads and there are no parabens, sulphates, alcohol, phthalates or mineral oil in these products.  They are also vegetarian and vegan friendly and non-comedogenic (meaning it won't clog pores).


*I received these products free to review but the opinions are my own


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