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I bought this product after previously purchasing the retinol cream from the same company, indeed labs. Because I was so impressed with my previous product, I thought that I would give this one a go, even though it is a bit pricey for quite a small product! Additionally, my skin gets very dry during the winter months, so I really did need a product that was going to fix this issue quickly.
This serum uses hyaluronic acid, which is an incredibly hydrating ingredient, and it is designed to give your skin a lovely moisture boost, which is exactly what I needed. I purposely did not examine my skin, for about a couple of weeks, after using this product as I wanted to see exactly what this product was doing for my skin. My skin usually flakes at this time of the year but by using this it was instantly cured! My skin is looking very youthful and radiant. It is a great moisturiser and I would truly recommend it if you have dry skin but want smooth and healthy skin.
On the other hand, this product is quite expensive but to be honest you do not need to apply so much product on each application. Although the product is small there is quite a lot in the bottle and a tiny bit of this serum really does go a long way. Do not be put off this product because of the hefty price tag because it is a great investment.
Indeed Laboratories are very well-known for their Hydraluron innovative line which claims to provide long lasting relief to dry skin thanks to its main ingredient, hyaluronic acid.
It does what it claims, I must admit. When I use it (very sparingly indeed, as it''s not very cheap) I end up with nourished, plumped-up looking skin. Despite having combination skin, I still need to add some extra moisture to my face as acne treatments can be extremely drying; this product is exactly what I need when I want to restore my skin.
Overall, I think it is a very effective serum and indeed really hydrating, although the price tag is too high for what you get. You can find Indeed Labs products in Boots.
I read a lot of beauty blogs and beauty magazines and whilst I know that a lot of the products mentioned are given by PR companies as a part of their marketing strategy. I try to see past the hype and marketing spin espoused by beauty bloggers and companies but there was one product that was just inescapable. Hydaluron was given rave reviews and testimonials across so many different sites and media. After having read so much about it I decided to purchase it way back in January (admittedly when I was feeling rather flush with Christmas money!) and see if it lived up to the hype.
--What is it and what does it do?--
Hydraluron is a serum that boosts the skins moisture levels due to its main ingredient - Hydraluronic acid. Even though applying acid to your face doesn't sound like the best idea hydraluronic acid is found naturally in the body and will not burn your face off! Hydraluron is not a moisturiser in itself but facilitates the moisturising properties of the moisturiser as it is capable of holding 1000x its weight in water. Unlike moisturiser hydraluron provides below the surface hydration and over time helps it reach optimal levels.
It is claimed that it will decrease the skins roughness whilst increasing the skins elasticity. It is also claimed that it will reduce the amount of moisturiser needed as the skin is able to hold on to it and use it more effectively.
--How to use it?--
The product itself is a clear gel and you only need a pea size to cover the whole face. You apply it once you have cleansed your face but before applying moisturiser. You can use it both day and night and over time it is claimed that it will reduce the amount of moisturiser needed as the skin is able to hold on to and use the moisture more effectively. It comes in a small tube which looks sleek and is perfect for travelling yet a part of me could not help wondering whether this tiny tube would last long and fulfil its promises!
For something that I considered to be a skincare extra hydraluron really makes a significant difference to my skin. It really does make the skin feel plump (in a good way!) and supple. I notice that when I don't apply it - no matter how good my moisturiser or how good a skin day I'm having - my make-up does not sit well and my skin looks a bit pallid. Hydraluron just gives me a healthy glow that you can't get with a great highlighter or foundation. I have noticed that I do use less moisturiser just as claimed - so at least I am saving on my moisturiser bill! As I have used the product for around five months now over time I have seen a real difference for the better in my skin. It just looks a lot clearer and healthier overall but all this comes at a price, a financial price!
I believe that the only physical stockers of hydraluron are Boots and it retails (at the time of writing) for £24.99.
I grudgingly conclude that I will purchase this again! I say grudgingly because even though I have experienced the clear advantages of the product the thought of spending £24.99 on what I would consider an "extra". However, it does last a long time, I bought mine at the start of January this year and I only finished it last week. I used the product everyday - which gives a conservative usage span of 5 months - which helps justify the initial financial outlay! It is a high quality product and I guess that is reflected in the price - overall this product does live up to the hype!