Saturday, 27 July 2013

Indeed Labs





Indeed Laboratories seems to be one of those cult brands that every beauty blogger has tried - I'm possibly the last person in the world to jump on this bandwagon. I had a quick peruse through their products in Boots and decided to pick up Hydraluron and Eyesilix. I've been using these products everyday for the last month so that when I wrote this I'd have actual concrete results as opposed to just writing out a faux-rave. 

Hydraluron - After using this everyday for a whole month, my skin now craves this serum. I cannot get enough of it! For any of my fellow dry-skin ladies out there, this really is a must. Sodium Hyaluronate, or Hyaluronic acid, is the main ingredient in this serum. It has the ability to hold up to a 1,000 times its weight in water, which in layman's terms means it's going to give your dull, dehydrated skin the kick up the backside that it needs! In my beauty regime I use this after cleansing and toning, and before moisturising. It's a little sticky when it first goes on, but it soon settles into the skin and allows your moisturizer to glide over your skin ever-so smoothly. At £24.99 a pop, I'd definitely recommend it, although I wish the tube was bigger as I've got through it pretty quickly. 

Eysilix - This contains 10 peptides that are meant to do 5 different things: lift, minimize the appearance of dark circles, reduce the appearance of puffiness, diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and help eliminate signs of stress and fatigue. I was expecting a lot from this product - Did it deliver? Kind of. I do feel that it has helped with my under-eye dark circles, however I don't think that it's the best eye cream out on the market. The Neal's Yard Rejuvenating Frankincense Eye & Lip Serum also did the same for me, and another one is the Radical Skincare Eye Revive Cream (although this one's much more expensive).

Have you tried anything from Indeed Labs?

Happy reading,

S.

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