Books

Books
Books

Geek

Geek
Geek

Beauty

Beauty
Beauty

Time Bomb Powerball Intensive Moisturiser


 I've always been under the impression that if you wish to stop signs of ageing, it is better to start earlier rather than later. I like the notion of growing old gracefully however I'm not one to turn down an anti-ageing product, especially a skin care product, so I was eager to try out the Time Bomb's Powerball Intensive Moisturiser.

I received this product free of charge in a goody bag after attending a blogger meet up in Birmingham and a lot of the girls were super excited about trying this moisturiser as it was such a new product. I've never heard of Time Bomb before but I love skin care so was intrigued to find out more.


The aim of the Powerball is to fight anti-ageing by keeping skin at an optimum level of hydration. After a quick read over their website, I found out that the main ingredient in this moisturiser is Ectoin which helps desert plants/animals from drying up as it allows moisture to be retained. Sounds very scientific.

The moisturiser itself feels very synthetic. I don't know if this is because I have spoilt myself with using LUSH's natural moisturisers (the answer is probably yes) but it has that kind of silicone feeling to the product which makes me assume it won't work. Having said that, I've been using this product every day and the texture of the cream makes it easy to apply and leaves your skin feeling very smooth and even. 


 Initially I found the product to be hard to spread on my skin and if I applied too much it made my face feel greasy. After continued use, I've found a perfect sized amount to apply and my skin does feel like it has had a good moisture hit after using the Powerball. I'm also really pleased that it hasn't caused any break outs which is a concern for me when I switch moisturiser.

I have enjoyed using this product overall. I can't comment on the anti-age aspect however my face does feel moisturised throughout the day after applying the Powerball cream. It retails at £36 which I think is a little expensive but if you're after something to keep skin hydrated then this moisturiser may be the one for you!

* Disclaimer: As I mentioned in the post, I was given this product free at a blogger event. All opinions are my own. This post was not sponsored.

No comments

Powered by Blogger.