*Links marked with asterisks are affiliate links, these help Ree with running costs of the blog
If you are looking for a light textured moisturiser that’s super hydrating, check out the Ule Fraiche Cloud Hydra Fortifying Water Cream. I have the details here.
What is Ule Fraiche Cloud Hydra Fortifying Water Cream?
- Moisturising and firming cream
- Lightweight gel-cream texture
- Contains active ingredients which replenish the skin’s moisture levels
- Cucumber water (with prebiotic action) helps hydrate and prevent dehydration
- Clinically proven to deliver 5 days of moisture
- Helps skin repair itself
- Aquaplenish Technology that promotes water circulation and water-storing
- The formula works to increase ceramides, seal in water and optimise the distribution of water reserves across the layers of the skin
- Helps plump and smooth the skin
- Boosts skin resilience
- Removes dead skin cells
- Encourages a smoother, brighter appearance
Aquaplenish Technology uses a trio of saccharides to reinforces the skin’s hydration by limiting surface dehydration, sealing in water and optimally distributing water reserves
Organic Cucumber Water – hydrates and prevents dehydration
AHA (fermented raspberry extract) – helps remove dead skin cells for smooth; glowing skin
Pure Botany Blend – includes coleus, centella and tulsi to hydrate, smooth and plump the skin
This moisturiser gives me such good memories of first my experiences of skincare! Years ago, I used to use a cucumber range from Boots and I absolutely loved that smell!There was a cleansing milk and a toner I used religiously and I had such flashbacks to those products the second I applied the Ule Fraiche Cloud Hydra Fortifying Water Cream.
The texture of this cream is so nice. It is a super light, watery gel texture that sinks into the skin really easily and instantly makes the skin looks smooth and glowy.
It is very hydrating and feels like a lovely drink of water for the skin. The finish is completely weightless and it sits no nicely under makeup.
I love that as well as hydration and barrier support, it also has a gentle exfoliating action from the AHAs in the fermented raspberry extract.
I think this will be really nice for all skin types because even though it’s really light in texture, it provides long lasting hydration.
I also love Ule’s really unique approach to beauty. Earlier in the year I visited their Vertical Farm just outside of Paris and it’s absolutely incredible how sustainably and consciously they source their key ingredients in the Pure Botany Blend.
Their methods mean that the products include potent ingredients that have never been exposed to pesticides as they aren’t grown in soil. It is fascinating.
Where to buy it
The Ule Fraiche Cloud Hydra Fortifying Water Cream is £53 and available now.
If you are looking for a different type of moisturiser, you should find my Best Moisturisers 2023 post helpful.