One of the newest Estee Lauder products in their Hydrationist creme. It replaces their Future Perfect, Hydra Complete, and Hydra Bright creams and lotions.
Estee Lauder Hydrationist SPF 15 Creme smells just like Hydra Bright. The scent is quite strong and lingers, and while pleasant, it is a bit stronger than expected for a skin care product that seems designed for younger users.
This cream also seems to be using Estee Lauder's new gel-like formula. Rather than being a heavy creme, this, like numerous other new Lauder owned products, is more of a gel-cream. While it absorbs quickly, it is a bit difficult to spread meaning more is needed for complete coverage. This product comes in creme and lotion versions for dry, combo, and oily skin types. SPF 15 sunscreen is available in only one of the cremes.
Using this creme, I expected my skin to feel very moisturized; however, instead it felt a bit sticky and my skin still felt a bit dry.
This creme does not use peptides, that have become so common place in even less expensive products, but it is full of numerous other natural extracts, vitamins, silicones, and hydrators.
Estee Lauder Hydrationist SPF 15 Creme is an excellent product. However, after a few days of use I got a few small breakouts. This has been a common issue for me with Estee Lauder cremes and lotions.
Estee Lauder Hydrationist SPF 15 Creme is available from the Estee Lauder website or the Estee Lauder counter at department stores. A 1.7 ounce pump bottle or jar retails for $38.00. This is a great product for someone who has slight dryness and who doesn't mind a fairly strong fragrance.
Ingredients: Currently unavailable.