Hello Glow Moonlight Dust & Drops – Review

Hello Glow Moonlight Dust & Drops – Review

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 Sara Hassan , 12 Comments

I have been using these two products for past several weeks and I’ve got to say that like other Hello Glow products, these does not cease to impress.

Moonlight Dust
A gloriously creamy facial polish to soothe and refresh stressed and congested skin.
100% natural combination of Chamomile Powder, Organic Wheat Flour, Milk Powder, Potato Starch, Rice Powder, Olive and Chamomile Oil.

Pour some powder onto wet hands. Rub together and apply all over moistened face. Massage gently for 30 seconds and rinse off with cool water. Pat dry.

Moonlight Drops
A perfecting potion of floral waters and honey to rejuvenate your complexion while you sleep. 100% natural combination of Honey water, Rose water, Chamomile water, Orange Blossom water and Glycerine.

After cleansing, pour a few drops onto the palm of your hand and apply all over slightly damp skin. Allow to dry naturally. Use two or three times a week for optimum results.

Hello Glow Moonlight Dust
Hello Glow Moonlight Drops
My thoughts
Basically, this range is suitable to be applied at night before bed since that’s when your skin needs nourishing and what’s better than to pamper your skin with au natural skin care sans any side effects.

Let me begin with the cleanser first. Firstly, the scent is not as pleasing as the Rose Dust or Whitening Plus Facial Polish. Personally, I would’ve liked something pleasant to calm my senses and relieve stress while I cleanse. Having said that, I absolutely enjoy massaging the rich paste on to my face – it’s quite relaxing. My skin looks clean and feels smooth, yes, but I was hoping that it would add some glow to my face or maybe give me a polished look like Whitening Plus Facial Polish or the Rose Dust does so I am a bit let down. On the bright side, I think this product is most fitting for sensitive skin type as it does not cause abrasion and feels gentle against the skin.

After cleansing, I like to apply Moonlight Drops which is in fact a hydrating toner. It comes in a little 50 ml bottle. The quantity is enough to last you a month – maybe more. All you've got to do is pour 3-4 drops on your palm and rub your hands together. Gently stroke the product from your hands on to your face and let it dry. I’ve got combination skin which tends to get oily in the T-zone but I haven’t broken out with it once. As a matter of fact, I find it to be the best toner I’ve tried so far. Three weeks ago, I got my entire face threaded. I am bound to have awful bumpy breakouts after that. This time, it was different. See when you get your face waxed/threaded, your pores happen to enlarge. Open pores get clogged by dirt and impurities quite easily. I’ve tried icing but that’s just a temporary solution. Nothing soothes my skin and tightens my pores. The Moonlight Drops worked for me like magic. It really is soothing and moisturizing. Not that my skin was completely zit-free but I didn’t break out as badly as I normally do. I noticed a few pimples popping here and there but that was it. I am happy to have come across such a product that works for me.

Overall, I think Moonlight Dust is only so-so. On the other hand, Moonlight Drops has won me over completely.

My rating for Moonlight Dust                        My rating for Moonlight Drops
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3.5/5                                                                   4/5

Hello Glow Moonlight Dust & Drops can be purchased are both priced at PKR 1500 each. You can purchase it online on Just4girls.pk or BeautyArena.pk. It is also available at Vicki's in Khadda Market and Lodhi's in Ashiana Mall, Clifton. For more information, visit the website.

What do you think about these? Have you tried it yet?


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12 comments :

  1. Hello Glow rose dust didn't impress me much. Maybe it's for a few skin type.x

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  2. wow this is such a mouth watering product.The drops I mean.I was looking for a good toner and I think I will settle for this one.Thankyou so much sara ^_^ lub you :P

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  3. I forgot to ask.Do they have a brighteneing or whiteineng effect?

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  4. I want this !!!

    Your blog is amazing, Im just found it and im now following..

    Thought id let you know that i have another huge giveaway coming up soon incase you wanted to check it out so please come by and follow so you dont miss it :)There will be heaps of Australian products

    S x

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  5. I am testing one of these nowadays :)

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  6. Hey Sara, whats your take on getting the facial hairs threaded? I'm a bride to be. Would that be a good option for me? I usually get my face bleached but it doesnt last for more than a fortnight :(

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  7. Sara, thanks for honest review, I already have my eyes on the Moon Light Drops:) Rose dust is my favourite so far:)

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  8. hey sara im india could you please tell me where do i get hello glow whitening in india? i am from hyderabad in india

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    1. Hi Ratna, I am afraid I have no clue but you can visit their website and ask them directly if they deliver to India. Thank you :) x

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  9. The Moonlight drops sound so good, even the name has catched my attention.
    Voilà.. putted in my wishlist :D
    I always trust your reviews!!!
    Have a great weekend
    xoxo

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