Who recommended Hylamide SubQ?

(45 Posts)
Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 21:17:56

Because I think I want your babies. It's unbelievable. I'm 49, usually taken for a bit younger, but perimenopause and chemotherapy have taken their toll. A couple of people on here were singing it's praises, so I read some reviews and then bought a bottle. It said on it that you can expect to see an improvement in your skin in 10 days, and I thought 'yeah right - I'll give it 6 weeks'. I swear that 2 days later I could see the difference. It's bloody miraculous. Anyway, whoever you were- thank you! And have you got any other miracles tucked up your sleeves?

MyNewHobbyIsGin Wed 20-Apr-16 21:22:52

Seconded! Love it too.

All I remember was an almost off the cuff ' try thi' and a link.

Anyway it's great.

cunningf0x Wed 20-Apr-16 21:25:38

Oh where did you get it? (Digs credit card out)

Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 21:29:48

Just in Boots. It's £30 but you only need a few drops.

FreeButtonBee Wed 20-Apr-16 21:36:08

Might have been me. Although a few people have recommended it

It is good for plumping although I have been taken in by some crazy Japanese stuff which is a quarterbofbthe price for 200ml!!

ThenLaterWhenItGotDark Wed 20-Apr-16 21:40:34

I have been thinking about trying Hylamide since it was mentioned on the Amazing Faces threads this time last year...
What is this Japanese stuff of which you speak? grin

Jmangel Wed 20-Apr-16 21:46:06

Oooh so what results did you get with it? credit card ready here too!

FreeButtonBee Wed 20-Apr-16 21:49:56

Haba lado premium lyaluronic acid lotion. I got mine on eBay. Great stuff

Only thing is HA has a very temporary effect, stop using it and you look prune like again. That said, consistent use of a HA product has gotten rid of most of my mouth lines and 11 between my eyes. And everything else looks quite plump and soft.

Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 21:57:09

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 21:58:42

Texture of my skin just way better really. But now I'm googling the Japanese stuff!

Jmangel Wed 20-Apr-16 22:03:32

Gosh, wow, no way 49. Did you find it helped with lifting or is it just texture and plumping?

Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 22:12:34

No unfortunately no lifting - it might not show in that pic but my jawline is sinking daily. In a side view I have jowls. (Jowels?) I just like how my skin feels/looks with this!

Behooven Wed 20-Apr-16 22:17:41

This one freebutton?

FreeButtonBee Wed 20-Apr-16 22:21:35

Yup. That's the one. It's very nice and you can slap it on with gay abandon as it's in a big bottle rather than ekking out from a wee pipette. Lovely under moisturiser and nicer again if you use a serum on top and then your moisturiser. Got mine from eBay.

Behooven Wed 20-Apr-16 22:23:19

Thanks! Just got it from eBay, I hate my mouth lines so hoping it will help.

Liska Wed 20-Apr-16 22:26:27

I've been checking out the prices Freebutton and I think I'll give it a go. I'm not very good with eking out - I always keep putting a bit more and a bit more...

ThenLaterWhenItGotDark Thu 21-Apr-16 06:05:01

Wow that skin is amazing....<runs off also with credit card>

I shall join you and get the Hada labo as well. <baaaaaaa> grin

ihatethecold Thu 21-Apr-16 06:47:40

Can you please link it Beehoven

Lelivre Thu 21-Apr-16 06:56:40

Yes link please!

cardoon Thu 21-Apr-16 07:44:04

Does it come all the way from Japan B?

Nabootique Thu 21-Apr-16 08:29:55

The Hylamide does have additional ingredients that are beneficial, like peptides, which have longer term benefits, whereas the Hada Labo does not. I haven't used the Hada Labo, but thought the info might be useful.

Needabiscuit Thu 21-Apr-16 09:18:53

I'm turning 35 this yearshockcan I start using this now?
I use a serum already, but not something targeted for winkles

Needabiscuit Thu 21-Apr-16 09:19:20

Wrinkles evenhmm

Liska Thu 21-Apr-16 11:14:46

Sorry I deleted the pic I posted because I felt weird about having a photo of my identifiable face on mn. With the Hylamide I noticed that a lot of the bloggers who have given it great reviews are still in their late twenties! So I suppose you can get benefits at any age, although they make me a bit hmm

Nabootique Thu 21-Apr-16 11:27:51

I know what you mean, OP. I don't see how it would benefit someone who doesn't have fine lines to plump out, other than stopping makeup from going patchy if you are usually dehydrated. They never seem to mention that though.

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