Few weeks ago I received Lise Watier Hydraforce cream via GlamSense campaign.

I have been using the cream since and I’m ready to share my experience.
Lise Watier is a Canadian cosmetic brand, launched in 1972 by Madame Lise Watier. Here is something that the brand says about their HydraForce Hydra-Protective Creme-Gel (from website):

The formula’s effectiveness lies on the remarkable power of Gaspé Algae Extract. A survivor of harsh environments, the Gaspé algae has developed a highly efficient resistance system, enabling it to thrive in severe conditions. Its extract guarantees the skin’s global hydration, transforming it into a veritable defensive shield.

Package I received contained HydraForce Cream and little cute gadget that measures skins moisture level. Cream has gel texture and smells divine – little sweet and very fresh.I measured moisture levels before I started to use the product and retested again after using it for few weeks – progress was visible in percentage numbers and also visually I was able to see the improvements. 
Skin didn’t look dry, dull, it actually looked radiant. I’m curious to see further improvements.
Below you are able to see the visual proof of product’s effect on my skin.
Tested area: Hand


Tested area: T-Zone


Tested area: Cheek
Lise Watier HydraForce Cream is working and provides good results. In addition to that, it’s made in Canada and I find it very important to support the local market.
I’m happy I was fortunate enough to be selected for this GlamSense campaign. Now I’m curious to try other Lise Watier products, that I’m sure are as great as this one.
*I received product free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion and experience. 
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– Stay Beautiful –

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