Review: Human Nature Moisture Boost Hydrating Creamy Wash and Hydrating Toner with Moringa

 
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Both are infused with Moringa extract (locally called Malunggay), and free of parabens, sulfates or silicones.

Moringa is rich in vitamins A, B2 and B6, and C, as well as minerals iron and magnesium. It's also a good source of protein. It is a health food and when used topically in skincare, it nourishes and repairs the skin, making it stronger and less prone to irritations.

Creamy Wash - the texture is more similar to Cetaphil and Physiogel cleansers rather than milky or creamy. It isn't so hydrating for me and it isn't drying either, which is why I like it and use it everyday. It's a nice basic cleanser! It's potent enough to remove leftover residues from oil and cream cleansers yet it's gentle enough as a morning cleanser. My combi-dry skin definitely approves of this!

Hydrating Toner- like the cleanser, is neither hydrating nor drying on me. I found the Dr. Belmeur Hydrating Toner to be more moisturizing and soothing. But, after prolonged use, I noticed how nourished this has made my skin as @porepatrol and @charmsayslalalalove have mentioned in their respective reviews of this. My skin hasn't been as easily irritated and heals so fast!

I've been using these for about a month. Both have the same herbal scent. Also great that these are the most affordable products in my stash right now with the 200ml cleanser at just PHP175 and the 100ml toner at PHP95!!! These are great basic skincare products that work well and good to have on hand!