Glamglow Waterburst Moisturiser Review

Glamglow Waterburst Moisturiser Review

Welcome, Skintellectuals!

This is probably one of the more exciting launches from Glamglow…and probably one of the more practical launches as well (Don’t get me started on glitter masks 😒)

Waterburst is a super hydrating moisturiser that 3 molecular weights of Hyaluronic Acid, this means that hydration can be delivered to the different layers of the skin, Waterbrust is formulated with water from the Jeju Island in Korea because of its crystal blue waters and volcanic and mineral-rich soil, it also contains Blue Nymph Lily Extract known for its plumping, replenishing and quenching skin properties.

The only thing that concerns me is that it contains Blue Nymph Lily Extract which comes from a rare flower, I just hope there is some sort of sustainability there and they won’t completely use it up. I’m really into brands that like to take care of the environment, so if you use something rare you try to work on the conservation of said ingredient to make sure you don’t use too much of it up

I’ve been using Waterburst on and off since the end of February, I had the opportunity to try it out before it launched on the 28th March and have to say I have been really enjoying it. I have combination skin so it’s hard to try and find a moisturiser that why give my skin the hydration it needs without being too heavy or thick. Waterburst is a lightweight gel moisturiser and is really cooling to apply, as you know I love to use acids so I often need something that is going to hydrate and nourish my skin.

Its recommended that dry/normal skin types can use this moisturiser but I think combination skin can get away with using it as well because everyone can suffer from dehydration due to external factors such as sun exposure, weather and environmental pollutants not just people with dry skin.

You can find Glamglow Waterburst Hydrated Glow Moisturiser (£39*) at and in Boots stores in the UK.

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Talia James

Scottish science nerd obsessed with all things beauty! Creator of The Skincare Saviour, a skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.



Skincare blog covering everything from reviews, tutorials to busting myths, finding dupes and breaking down trends.