Monday, 2 October 2017

Indeed Labs Nanoblur Instant Skin Perfector and Hydraluron Moisture Serum Review

A few years ago, I started to research skincare ingredients before purchasing beauty products. I remember seeing the Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Serum on the shelves of Boots just as I had found out about the benefits of Hyaluronic Acid.

I finally had the chance to review and test out two products from Indeed Labs, their Nanoblur Instant Skin Perfector and Hydraluron Moisture Serum. Both come in brightly coloured boxes and inside are 30ml white tubes which house each product.

Indeed Labs Nanoblur Instant Skin Perfector and Hydraluron Moisture Serum Review

Starting with Hydraluron Moisture Serum, this is instructed to be applied to a cleansed face in the morning and evening and to be followed by a moisturiser. It is aimed a dehydrated skin and promises to plump, smooth and soften the skin. The ingredient Hyaluronic Acid holds up to 1,000 times its weight in water, hence it being ideal for dry skin. The product is also free from parabens, colourants and fragrances.

It comes out as a clear gel, I applied this to my skin after cleansing and left it a few seconds to sink in, I did feel my skin getting tighter as it dried, so as instructed you must use a moisturiser after. I followed it with the Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream.

Hydraluron does feel thicker and has a more silicone feel compared to the Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid I used frequently. My moisturiser did sink in well but I wasn't overwhelmed with the results. It works but it's not groundbreaking.

Indeed Labs Nanoblur Instant Skin Perfector and Hydraluron Moisture Serum Review

The Nanoblur Instant Skin Perfector is a little bit of a strange product, you would imagine it's to be applied under makeup as a blurring primer. However, you are instructed to apply it over foundation or under pressed powder. It says it suitable for all skin types and promises to instantly improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and enlarged pores. Again, it is paraben, colourant and fragrance-free, however, it feels like it contains silicone (not sure if it does but feels like other silicone products I have tried.)

I applied my favourite Armani Luminous Silk foundation to test out the Nanoblur's effects. I gently patted it over my smile lines and noticed that it was pulling my makeup off my skin and making it patchy. I'm very disappointed by this! I have applied it under a foundation to see how it fairs, it works fine, but I have other primers which I favour.


Have you tried either of these products? I'd love to know what you think!
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