Indeed Labs have caused quite a lot of buzz with their various product releases over the last year or so – with their now recognisable simple packaging with striking grey lettering. The products are a strange sort of hybrid of really simple and actually quite complex. But on the simple end of things, they do as they promise. These three are all part of my regular use routine from the brand I have tried so far and each for different reasons.
This is my absolutely skincare dream. Essentially it’s a really simple product – a light gel absolutely packed with hydraluronic acid – which helps the skin hold on to moisture. So an absolute dream if you suffer from dehydrated skin. For me this is now a daily essential – I apply before any other moisturisers, mainly around my eye area which is where I have the worst dehydration issues. It’s one that I find I notice it most when I stop using – it just makes the skin feel plumper and healthier.
I feel like I always bang on about my eyes…but they are my problem area. So the latest addition to my Indeed Labs Triple Threat is Eysilix – the specialist eye treatment that much like Snoxin includes loads of peptides to benefit the delicate eye area. This eye cream/serum is really light weight and promises to form a ‘3D film for an immediate lifting and smoothing effect’ – I don’t know about this, it’s not something I’ve really noticed. It also promises to help hide/remove the tired look that can happen around the eyes by boosting radiance. For me this is another ‘refresher’ product that helps hydrate and keep the eyes feeling healthy, despite spending too long with my eyes glued to a computer screen.
Yes, it sounds like something from Harry Potter…but this is an all rounder serum for the skin. Where I am selective for where I use Hydraluron, I use Snoxin all over as find this slightly thicker feeling serum to Hydraluron offers a similar sort of hydration boost. This serum is a ‘multi peptide’ with ‘the highest allowable concentration of the most effective anti-aging peptides’. It promises to target all aspects of the skin aging appearance – including wrinkles (dymanic and static) deeper folds, fine lines, crow’s feed along with general textural irregularities and sagging. I find that much like Hydraluron this offers a great level of instant and lasting hydration and my skin feels fresher and as a result looks that little bit revitalised as a result of using. I often choose to use this at night more so than in the day.
Of the three, Hydraluron is 100% my favourite – the other two are decent products that do work well but for me they don’t quite have that special something that makes them a must repurchase in the same way as Hydraluron.
More info on Indeed Labs: here
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