You know I'm a huge fan of products by Indeed Labs. They are the only brand whose skincare actually works when it comes to hydration and anti-ageing in my opinion. Of course there's others which are not too bad either but for a high street Boots brand, I'd say stick to Hydraluron if you are lacking in the young skin department.
My mum honestly owns every product from Indeed Labs and uses and repurchases them regularly. They're not pricey too and are absolutely affordable for what they are. I've tried their Hydraluron Serum before and still have some lying around in my skincare stash. Although not a regular user of it considering my combination-blemish prone skin, I do resort to it in weeks when my skin feels crusty and parched. Not a glamorous look at all!
I love that you get 4 sachets of sheet masks in the packet and they're all individually wrapped so there's no chance of them drying out. My sisters skin was going through a rough patch recently where it has dried out extremely and looked chapped and flaky. As a guinea pig, we tried this out on her to see how her skin reacted and not so surprisingly, it restored all lost moisture and made it calm down.
The results of the mask continued till a day or two and helped resolve the skin situation she said quite a few other potent skincare products couldn't budge. I've tried it too and even though I have combination skin, it's great to combat cold days and central heating damage to the skin, especially after a long day at work. It's quite cooling and refreshing to lay on the skin and immediately puts me to sleep.
At an affordable £13.33 a pop, I feel it works considerably better for dry, dehydrated and mature skin types compared to your usual Asian brands when it comes to sheet masks. Give it a go!