Friday 14 July 2023

Review | Comfort Zone Hydramemory Range

Comfort Zone, the B Corp certified spa and skincare brand, has reformulated its much-loved Hydramemory range to deliver even more hydration to the skin.

The upgraded formula restores and maintains hydration, as well as prevents dryness caused by changes in the microclimate. Comfort Zone achieved these results by adding two hero ingredients to its formula - prickly pear extract and macro hyaluronic acid. Both ingredients are said to significantly improve the skin’s ability to retain water and are clinically proven to strengthen the skin barrier, resulting in plumper and more radiant skin. Betaine, plant-based squalane, and vegetable glycerin have also been included for their moisturising benefits.

The Hydramemory range features a Water Source Serum, Rich Sorbet Cream, Light Sorbet Cream, Hydra Plump Mask, Water Source Mask, Depuff Eye Cream, Hydra & Glow Ampoules, and Face Mist. So far I've tried the Light Sorbet Cream, Hydra Plump Mask, Depuff Eye Cream, and Face Mist.

The Light Sorbet Cream has a gel texture that sits somewhere between a cream and serum in consistency. It feels incredibly refreshing when it hits the skin and absorbs quickly, leaving the skin instantly soft with hit of hydration that seems to last the day. It creates the perfect base for makeup application and also seems to help my makeup last longer. It is one of my favourite products in the Hydramemory range and has quickly become a daily skincare staple.

The Hydra Plump Mask, like the Sorbet Cream, has a lightweight, gel-like texture that applies beautifully, feels soothing on the skin, and can be removed quickly and effortlessly. Whenever I use this mask, my skin is left feeling gorgeously hydrated and refreshed.

The Face Mist is the perfect hydration pick-me-up during hot days or moments when skin feels parched and uncomfortable. It is lightweight, quick to use, and absorbs into the skin quickly. It instantly refreshes my skin the second it hits it - a true hero for the summer season.

The Depuff Eye Cream, like all products in the range, is incredibly lightweight with a serum-like consistency. It instantly refreshes my eye area and just as quickly hydrates and brightens the skin. Like the Light Sorbet Cream, the Depuff Eye Cream has become a firm favourite in the Hydramemory range and has become part of my daily skincare routine.

The Hydramemory range is priced between £35 and £53.50 and is available from

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