Bobbi Brown UK

Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

I have another hyped up product for you this week and it comes in the form of Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly. I have used the original Hydraluron serum in the past and I gave it raves reviews as I found that my skin felt so full of moisture and it was perfect for my job as an air hostess. Hydraluronic Acid is a great addition to your beauty routine if you work in dry environments, if your skin is quite dehydrated and parched and you need that little boost. I was applying Hydraluron both mornings and evenings if my skin needed it and definitely before and after work. When I heard that Indeed Labs were releasing the newest Hydraluron product, I was extremely excited as I was out of Hydraluron and it was also on offer at Boots for £16.66 instead of £24.99.

Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

This time, the Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly comes in a pump actioned jar rather than a tube like the serum. It is a different product to the serum, however in principle they are both offering the same moisture and help the skin retain this moisture. The pump container is great. It dispenses just the right amount of product for my face and although it doesn’t bother me, some may prefer this pump to scooping out moisturiser from a jar. The Hydraluron serum did feel a tad sticky on my face if too much product was used so I am pleased to see that this isn’t the case with the moisture jelly. Sometimes I need to add an extra layer of moisturiser on and I don’t want sticky skin from doing so. The moisturiser is suitable for all skin types, but I feel sometime that my normal-combination skin needs an extra boost.

Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly

I have some issues with Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Jelly. It’s forgettable in my collection of skin care products and for a long time it was sat in my drawer unused. Even though its now in a prominant place on my dressing table, I still find that I am reaching for a different moisturiser in the morning. I don’t find that it works as well on my skin prior to make up application, at least not as well as the Hydraluron serum worked. I will still persevere with this as I’m sure as time goes on, my skin will become more used to it. What I do love is how radiant my skin looks when I’m bare faced. I like to use a good blob of the moisture jelly before bed and I have noticed that my skin looks a lot more plumped up in the morning. I wish it did agree with me more in the morning as it really is a waker upper. Fresh, clean and zingy when applied, I can see why so many people rave about it.

Although I am nearly 3/4 of the way through the pot, I can’t say that it is a holy grail product for me, like how the serum was. It won’t deter me from buying a new pot but I certainly can’t say it’s worth the £24.99 price tag.

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