I love trying new skincare, and when I was offered the new Lise Watier Hydraforce Hydra-protective Comforting Creme, which is being marketed as “the new Canadian line of weatherproof moisturizers”, I was excited to try it.
When I received the Lise Watier Hydraforce Hydra-protective Comforting Creme, it came with a little device that attaches to a smartphone and measures the hydration level of your skin.
The device itself is small and very pretty with soft texture, light blue colour, and wing shaped pressure plates. It’s easy to use, just download the Hydraforce app, and plug the device into your headphone jack.
When you open the app, there are 3 measurement screens (hand, t-zone and cheek), as well as an information screen. When I tested, I did it on my cheek, and the first result was very sad. I do use moisturizer every day, and couldn’t believe how low I scored.
I applied some of the moisturizer, and retested, which resulted in a much higher score, as expected. I then used the cream twice a day for a week, and took a final measurement.
My final measurement was taken around noon. This way the cream I applied in the morning was fully absorbed, and I was able to get a good idea of how it stayed in my skin.
Overall, I found the app really easy to use. My only complaint is that I wish it was possible to reset the measurements on each tab. I had a lot of fun playing with measuring hydration on the first day, but it resulted in not being able to use two of the tabs for long term comparisons.
The Hydraforce Hydra-protective Comforting Creme itself is a thick cream that feels really nice when applied. It sinks in quickly, and leaves my skin feeling hydrated. It did seem to have a long term effect of keeping my skin feeling soft and moisturized. I loved being able to test the results myself, which was really neat.
PR sample provided for review.