The Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer launched last week as the newest addition to the Wishful skincare collection.
We also saw the launch of the amazing Huda Beauty x Wishful Honey Kiss Silk Lip Balm (which I’ve already reviewed right here), and I love that they’ve launched two honey themed beauty products, as I love anything honey scented, or honey themed.
“Loaded with powerful natural extracts & potent actives like manuka honey, cica, peptides and collagen, this rich-but-lightweight whipped cream moisturizer helps to firm, lift, repair, AND plump the skin, as well as reduce redness and even out your complexion.”
Inside the box of the Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer, you get a large jar of the moisturiser, but also one individual sachet of the brand’s Yo Glow Enzyme Scrub, which is so clever, as it allows customers to try another of their products at the same time.
The Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer is £37 / $43, and contains 55g / 1.94oz of product within a bright yellow plastic jar. It’s such a fun, bright colour, and makes such a nice refreshing change from the many white jars and tubes we usually see from skincare brands.
Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer features the following key ingredients;
- Manuka honey: A super moisturizing ingredient packed with antioxidant properties that help smooth, soften, soothe & calm the skin.
- Cica: Well-known in Korean skincare, this iconic ingredient is known for its soothing properties & reducing redness in the skin.
- Peptides: They help to firm, lift & reduce fine lines, encouraging skin cell turnover & create fresh collagen!
- Collagen: Legit the key to youthful-looking, firm, and plump skin!
I really like the Wishful Honey Balm Jelly Moisturizer, however it has an extremely strong lavender scent, which lingers for a very long time.
The Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer however, has the most subtle floral honey scent, which is extremely faint, and I love that so much.
I don’t like my skincare to be too heavily fragranced, as my skin is so sensitive and reactive, but my skin adored the new Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer. It’s a thick, almost gel cream formula, which feels so cooling on the skin.
Usually moisturisers need a few days to give you any noticeable benefits, but my skin was noticeably plumped from the very first use of the Honey Whip.
It’s such a beautiful moisturiser, and it hydrates like an overnight face mask like the Clinique Moisture Surge Overnight Mask, yet is lightweight enough to be used as a day cream, and layered under your makeup.
I’m really surprised by how nourishing and plumping the formula is, as it is so lightweight. There’s no excessive shine, which more nourishing moisturisers can create.
It’s already plumped and minimised my dehydration lines around the tops of my cheekbones. I love it, and if you’re yet to try any Wishful products, I urge you to try the Huda Beauty Wishful Honey Whip Peptide Moisturizer as your very first product, as you’ll be so impressed.
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