I’ve tried quite a lot of the Beauty Pie range, and for me, their skincare far outperforms their makeup. The Beauty Pie Superdrops High Intensity Hydration Serum is a product I’d wanted to try for a long time.
I’d heard nothing but amazing reviews, especially from those that have dry skin. This particular product has 689 reviews on the Beauty Pie website, and from those reviews, the product has 4.5 out of 5 stars, which is pretty amazing, so I decided I needed to try it for myself.
“These super-skin-moisture-plumping SUPERDROPS are like magic. With Hyaluronic Acid, black oat Aqua Rich extract (ultra-hydrating), water-binding Saccharide Isomerate (super soothing) and Ficucell Vita (to help boost visible firmness and elasticity). Made in one of the best skincare labs in Switzerland.“
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I wasn’t the biggest fan of the monthly subscription plan, as you got such a small spending limit each month, and you might not even want anything every month.
They now have an annual plan, where you have a spending limit of £3600 over a year for £59, instead of £10 a month, which is fantastic value, and the plan I have myself. It’s so much better being able to buy whatever you want, whenever you want – if you want.
The Beauty Pie Superdrops High Intensity Hydration are part of the Beauty Pie drops collection, which are a range of viscous serums. This specific serum is £14 for “members” and is £60 for those that aren’t subscribed to any of the Beauty Pie subscription plans.
This serum contains 30ml / 1.01 fl.oz of product, within a brown glass bottle, with a white lid and glass pipette dispenser. The pipette dispenser is needed, as these drops are very runny and watery, so I tend to squeeze 2-3 drops at a time into my palm, and then rub my hands together, before smoothing over my face and neck.
Beauty Pie recommend using 5-6 Beauty Pie Superdrops High Intensity Hydration drops per application, morning and night. However, I always use around 8-10 as my skin is super dry and dehydrated. I also like squeezing a couple of drops into my palm, and mixing them with my moisturiser, for when my skin’s feeling particularly dry, for an extra boost of hydration.
I love how lightweight the Beauty Pie Superdrops High Intensity Hydration drops are. They’re not at all sticky, and even on the hottest of days, they don’t leave the skin feeling suffocated or overloaded in product.
It doesn’t matter how dry my skin is, these serums work wonders on relieving the dryness, and minimising dehydration lines, leaving my skin looking plump, healthy and dewy. The bottle lasts forever too, as the pipette minimises any wasted product, and you’d struggle to find any serum within Boots or Superdrug around £14 even half as good as these drops.
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Hi, my name is Gemma, and I’m the owner of MakeupMuddle.com. I’m a true beauty obsessive, and love writing about anything to do with beauty – I have been a beauty writer since 2012.