While I’ve reviewed Bulldog’s moisturiser before (the Fairtrade version, the sensitive version and the original Hydrate version), it’s time to revisit it. Why? Well not only is it growing in popularity and available in more and more outlets, but it’s got a fresh new look and may have changed in the two years since the last review.
As I get sent a lot of free grooming products I haven’t bought one in a while but if I did I would seriously give Bulldog a go. Just opening the bottle reminds me of why I liked it so much in the other reviews, it has a lovely fresh smell which I’m told is now throughout it’s whole range – I’ll let you know what I think of the others soon.
The moisturiser contains eight essential oils, green tea, green algae, something called Konjac Mannan and vitamin E and doesn’t contain things like parabens, sodium laureth sulfate or synthetic fragrances. You can find out more about its ingredients at Meet the Bulldog.
It’s actually a little oiler on first use than I remember and I was worried that would be transferred to the skin but I needn’t have, it rubs in nicely with no oily residue. You don’t need to use too much of it and my skin lapped it up. I really like it.
Looking back at my other reviews, there’s not much more to add apart from suggest you should try it out yourself.
you can now but it directly from Bulldog for £6.99 for a 100ml bottle or it’s available in supermarkets.