Indeed Labs | Review

Pepta-Bright - £29.99
Hydraluron - £24.99
Eysilix - £24.99

It may come as no surprise to you that I own some Indeed Labs products, once something goes cult you know the bloggers are going to be in on it. Hydraluron is a favourite amongst many bloggers and with Eysilix and Pepta-Bright getting favourable mentions by the one and only skincare guru, Caroline Hirons, it was only a matter of time before I dipped my toe into the Indeed Labs water... or I guess I dove in buying three of their most popular products at once.

One of the things I am most conscious about when it comes to my skin is the hyperpigmentation that blemishes leave behind - I can have a pretty clear face of blemishes but still look covered due to the purply dark spots left behind by old blemishes. I was really interested in Pepta-Bright for this reason - I've been spending a long time researching how to get rid of spot scarring and Pepta-Bright came up a winner. I apply Pepta-Bright twice daily - once in the morning and once in the evening before Hydraluron, the results from Pepta-Bright are slow and creep up without you noticing but I have seen a significant reduction in my scarring over the past 2 months and often look in the mirror and wondering where my skin got its glow from. I'd really recommend this product if you want to brighten up the skin and also as a daily product to reduce hyperpigmentation as no matter how much I want to I know I can't apply the REN Radiance Renewal Mask everyday!

Hydraluron is a product I bought after seeing it on a few blogs and recognizing that my skin was dehydrated and suffering. Hydraluron doesn't excite me very much as it's just a gel you apply before moisturizer (not in its place) and it attracts up to 1000 times its weight in water to boost moisture and improve the skin's texture. The results from Hydraluron aren't so noticable until you stop using it and you realise your skin feels like sandpaper and looks generally awful. My foundation sits much better after I've been using Hydraluron and doesn't go patchy which is a problem I've had pretty much ever since I started wearing foundation.

Eysilix is an eye-cream meant to lift the eye area and improve crows feet - there some pretty impressive before and after photos on the box. You may be relieved to know I don't have crows feet or wrinkles around the eyes at 19 however I've recently become aware of the importance of eye-cream so I picked up this product on the Boots 3 for 2 offer. Again, an eye-cream is an eye-cream and in my eyes (ha ha) not very exciting but in the long run I'm sure I'll thank myself when I'm old and my eyes are plump (I hope!). I have noticed I sometimes get dry flakes underneath my eyes which is primarily why I picked up the eye cream and it really helps to hydrate under my eyes and keep the flakes at bay which it turn helps my concealer sit better.  

Sorry it's such a long post, if you plan on picking any Indeed Labs products up I'd really recommend doing so on the Boots 3 for 2 offer as I saved £24.99 by purchasing through this offer and the products are slightly pricey! These tubes are 30ML (with exception of Eysilix) and seem tiny however mine have lasted a long time and I don't see them running out any time soon.

What do you think of Indeed Labs?

1 comment:

  1. I'm soooo curious about these ! I hope they work ! Going to buy them when I move to London in 2 weeks !! :D


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