£70.75 £53.00


Guinot Hydrazone Peaux Deshydratees (50ml) intensive moisture treatment cream for ultra-dehydrated skins. Renamed Creme Hydrazone (Dehydrated Skin) for 2018.

Provides a non-stop source of hydration to the three main areas of the skin and retains water in the skin, refreshing and softening the skin.


Guinot Hydrazone Peaux Deshydratees (50ml)
Guinot Hydrazone Peaux Deshydratees  refreshes, softens and enhances the skin’s radiance.

What does a dehydrated skin desire most? To regain a radiant complexion, exceptional suppleness and immediate well being. This dream has now become a reality with Hydrazone. Its hydro colloidal complex ‘floods’ the skin with moisture. Stimulated in depth the skin gradually regains that moisture source to give it life. Comfortable and fresh, radiant and soft, the face glows with renewed beauty. To satisfy all skin types, Guinot’s Hydrazone is available in two versions: a fine texture for all skin types and a creamier texture for very dehydrated skin.

With central heating and air conditioning constantly dehydrating our skin it is important to prevent it from drying out, leaving it dull and flaky. To solve this problem Guinot created a range specifically for dehydrated skins, Sources d’Hydratation (Moisturising Sources). The products within this range contain Aloe and Hyaluronic acid and flood thirsty skin with water, keeping it supple.

Part of that range, Hydrazone contains hydro-liposomes (microscopic particles) that release water into the epidermis, maintaining moisture levels during the day and preventing moisture evaporation at night. White Lupin (flower extract) protects and restructures the epidermal cells by producing a natural ‘cement’ to prevent attacks from external agents, and Olive Wax softens and soothes.

Hydrazone is available for two skin types – all skin types or dehydrated skin. The latter contains a higher proportion of shea butter and Grapeseed Oil for extra hydration.

Application Advice – Use Moisturising Cream/Dehydrated Skins am and pm.

Smooth gently over the face and neck, avoiding the eye area.