Review: Angela Langford Thirsty Work Ultra-Hydrating Anti-Ageing Moisturiser
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Master Chef finalist Angela Langford has always had a passion for natural and organic ingredients, not just in her food recipes, but also her skincare.

Whilst living in Gibraltar Angela was made redundant so with time in her hands, she decided to create her own skincare brand, using only natural and organic ingredients. 

Not long after her eponymous brand was born. 
 

We tested Angela Langford Thirsty Work, a ultra-hydrating anti-ageing moisturiser with
raspberry, rosehip & Q10.

 

Ingredients: 
Thirsty Work is packed with rosehip oil, shea butter, olive oil derived squalane, red raspberry oil, vitamins C and B and a blend of essential oils. 55% of the ingredients used are organic at source.

Texture and scent:
This moisturiser absorbs very easily and it's non greasy. It works well under makeup and as a night and day cream. Its delicate floral scent is natural and lovely.

What does it do?
This is a thirst-quenching moisturiser. It hydrates, nourishes and replenishes and is packed with antioxidant and anti-ageing ingredients such as vitamin C and Q10.

Best for:
This is a great moisturiser for those with dry skin, although as it's so light and easily absorbed it works well for most skin types. 

Price:
£37.50 for 50ml

Available from:
You can buy it from Angela Langford's website

Verdict:
An excellent moisturiser for all skin types, but in particular for dry and dull epidermis. It works quickly and can be used day and night. It works well under makeup and it's reassuringly natural.