Dr. Brandt Skincare Update

If you’ve been around here for a while, you might’ve seen these posts: VoxBox Unboxing: Dr. Brandt Edition and Dr. Brandt Influenster VoxBox Skin Care Hits and Misses. So here we are, way later and I finally finished the Dr. Brandt Hydro Biotic Sleep Recovery Mask!

I loved it. After using the whole container, I can honestly say I noticed a difference in my skin when I used it. I used this at night a few times a week, and the next morning I could always see and feel a difference in my skin! This stuff is expensive, but it’s worth it.

The claims according to Dr. Brandt’s Website:

    • Hydrate deeply
    • Reduce redness and the signs of irritation
    • Helps strengthen the skin’s barrier
    • Locks in moisture for up to 72 hours

After 1 Use:

    • 100% showed immediate skin hydration
    • 100% showed a reduction in skin redness after 1 night

After 4 weeks of use:

    • 100% reported skin feels softer
    • 97% reported skin feels smoother
    • 94% reported product delivers long-lasting moisture
    • 94% reported product restores comfort to the skin
    • 87% reported product soothes irritation and itchiness
    • 87% reported product relieves redness

My Final Thoughts on the Claims:


This mask definitely feels hydrating and I’d agree with the claims that it locks in moisture for 72 hours because I never felt the need to use it every night. I used it about every 3-5 nights because my skin felt hydrated and plump so I never had to use it every night, not even during our super dry winters here in Pennsylvania.

I’d also 100% agree with the reports that after 1 use redness was reduced and immediate hydration. I don’t have too much redness, but on occasion my cheeks would be a little red and after a night with this sleeping mask on my redness was definitely reduced.

I also found that my skin felt plump and smooth after one use, too. I know that claim is listed as “4 weeks of use” but for me, I noticed it sooner. My skin definitely felt smoother, hydrated, and had diminished any redness. The only claim I can’t speak to is the itchiness claim because my skin has never been itchy. So there’s that.

Earlier I had a gripe with the sleeping mask being $52 because Dr. Brandt’s website said the mask should be enough to last 6-8 weeks. Now I know it would last way longer since I wouldn’t need to use it every day, so I can justify the price point for sure. Overall, I definitely recommend this moisturizer even though the price point seems steep at first glance.

If you have dry skin and you’re looking for your next holy grail moisturizer. This is it, and it’s from Dr. Brandt and I tested it for over a year!

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