Huda Beauty Launches Thirst Trap Juice Serum


Huda Beauty has launched added the new Thirst Trap Juice Serum, to her Wishful Skincare line.

Notable ingredients in the serum include; Vitamin E, Niacinamide and Hyaluronic acid.

This means this serum is particularly useful at treating oily skin, scarred skin. It can fight acne and reduce redness.

Huda Beauty has made sure to give you the most for your money by  three different types of hyaluronic acid, giving it the HA3 in it’s name.

It contains traditional hyaluronic acid, sodium hyaluronate and hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid. Combining these three HA’s act like a big drink of water for your skin. 

The combined effect of the acids, ensure that all levels of your skin remains hydrated. This is due to the fact that the different molecular weight that effectively penetrates different levels of the skin.

Speaking about the new serum, Huda Kattan said: “I wanted to quench the thirst of dehydrated skin any time, any place, which is why I’ve super-charged the formula of my Thirst Trap sheet mask and upgraded it into a powerful, potent serum.

I was so obsessed with the glowing results of the Thirst Trap Cocoon Mask that I wanted to give the formula a boost and make it even more powerful.

While I love drenching my skin in the juice after masking for the best results, the Thirst Trap Juice HA3 & Peptide Serum is perfect for giving your skin a big drink of water whenever needed, wherever you are.”

The formula is:

  • alcohol-free
  • silicon-free
  • sulfate-free
  • paraben-free
  • reef-safe

Buy the new Thirst Trap Juice Serum HA3 & Peptide Serum here (international’s shipping).

All images via Huda Beauty

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