Pestle & Mortar Award Joy as Hydrate wins in RSVP Beauty Awards 2018!

The Beauty Editors at RSVP Magazine – that inspirational lifestyle edit for smart, confident, fashion forward women – have announced the Pestle & Mortar moisturiser, Hydrate, as a WINNER in their Beauty Awards 2018. Hydrate has picked up the Best in Skincare Award 2018 and we are brimming over with pride! Hydrate is a lightweight moisturizer which is formulated with the active squalane amongst a host of other skin-benefiting, hydrating skincare ingredient. Read on to find out why Hydrate is The Chosen One!

Hydrate is the Chosen one, but why choose Hydrate?

Here’s why:

Hydrate is a lightweight, lightly scented moisturizer which is suitable for all skin types. Tri- and tetra peptide technology in Hydrate helps stimulate collagen production which in turn restores the skin’s elasticity and firmness. With the help of green tea, pomegranate and vitamin E, Hydrate can also lay claim to being a powerful free radical fighter, protecting the skin against environmental damage. The super-ingredient vegan squalane present in Hydrate ensures that optimal moisturizing and anti-ageing benefits are conferred to the skin. And to top it all off, Hydrate feels beautiful. It’s not heavy, it doesn’t clog pores and the light scent is soothing and refreshing.

Transition your Moisturiser for Spring – the perfect time to try Hydrate!

If you switched to a heavier moisturiser for Winter, now is the time to lighten up. Pestle & Mortar’s Hydrate is formulated with squalane – an ingredient which is not only super-hydrating but also has low comedogenicity. It is unlikely to block pores. Squalane also plays a role in protecting the skin from UV radiation. In addition to containing the super beneficial squalane, Hydrate is lightweight and easily absorbed by the skin. It is the perfect transitional moisturiser solution, providing essential hydration without clogging pores.

We hope you love it as much as we do!

Read about Pestle & Mortar’s Hydrate moisturiser here 

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