Hylamide Booster C25 review

I’m super fan of vitamin C serums for the benefits that add to your skin and even though I have a holy grail I’m always on the look to try new formulas. Here is my review is the one from Hylamide.

The Company

Brand: Hylamide by Deciem

Country: Canada

Story: The brand and the company It were created by the late Brandon Truaxe with the idea to offer minimal regimens with maximum results by using the very latest in next-generation actives, Hylamide promotes optimum skin performance via minimalist regimens.

Since: Est. 2013

Owned by: The Estée Lauder Companies

Cruelty free: Yes, they have the Leaping Bunny stamp of approval

The Product

It is a Vitamin C serum with With 25% ethyl ascorbic acid

Main ingredients: 25% PURE ETHYL-ASCORBIC ACID

Texture: Serum

Suitable for sensitive skin: yes

For whom is good: all skin types.

Free of: alcohol, silicone, fragrance and gluten

Vegan: yes

Shelf life: 6 months

Size: 30ml (1 fL. oz).

Packaging: glass bottle. It comes in a box

My Review

My review: It seems that lately I have not had luck with products Deciem, even though some of their products are part of my holy grail group. This particular Vitamin C is not.

There are 3 things I look in a Vitamin C serum: that brightens my skin, help it to be softer and slightly evens out my skin tone.

This serum did nothing. My skin felt dryer and without glow. I finish the entire bottle to see if it had a slow effect. but nothing happened. Using made miss my beloved one from Kiehl’s, which until now I haven’t found nothing like it.

How I used: On my morning skincare routine, after cleasing. Everyday

Why I liked the most: nothing

How long did it last: 2 months

Pecas’s score: 1/5. Poor performance

Will but it again: no.


The company is working in their sustainability path and they have incorporated a few good changes like: Carbon neutral boxes, e-commerce packaging made with recycled and recyclable materials and In-store recycling program (from all beauty brands)

Sustainability score: 3/5

Where you can buy it: you can buy directly from Deciem page or Beauty skincare retail stores.


Note: I purchased the product myself and there are no affiliate links in this post.

Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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