Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Indeed Laboratories "Hydraluron Moisture Booster" Review



At home skincare has come a long way since I started to get into skincare as a teen. Anyone can get great skin, even if you're on a budget. One of the advancements in skincare has to be specialised skincare products that treat dehydrated skin, uneven skin and dark spots. 

Indeed Laboratories has recently exploded here in Australia with Nanoblur. For those that are living under a rock or don't stalk the isles of Priceline (like I do), Nanoblur is almost like a skin primer, not a make up primer. It helps fill in lines and pores to give your skin a flawless look, even without the use of concealer or foundation.   

Recently they released 2 new products called "Hydraluron" and "Eysilix." I'll be reviewing "Eysilix" very soon, but today have a review on Hydraluron. 


Hydraluron Moisture Booster is so much more than a moisturiser or serum. It contains Hyaluronic acid (which I've blogged about here) which naturally is in our body but decreases as we age and is also effected by diet and smoking. 

One of the benefits of using products with hyaluronic acid, is that it penetrates the skin and because our skin has a protective barrier, the Hydraluron actually is locked into the skin. Unlike other moisturising serums, your skin continues to be hydrated long after you've applied the serum. It can hold 1000ml of water per gram of hyaluronic acid, which is the reason why it's a moisture booster. 

The Hydraluron also contains Red Marine Algae which helps your skin remain firm, reduce lines and give your skin a smooth surface (which is important to have if you wear make up).



You apply this before any moisturisers. I cleanse my skin, then tone before applying this. Then I apply my serum, moisturiser and SPF. I love that it easily sinks into the skin so even when I'm in a hurry, there's no excuse not to apply this.  

You really don't need a lot to cover your face. I normally use a 10c piece to cover my face and neck (and chest if I remember!)

Even though it's an extra step in my skincare routine, it's so simple and easy to add in. The benefits far outweigh the 10 seconds it takes to apply it. 


The tube has a twist lid, which is easy to use and safe for travelling. 

Information about the company

Open up the pink flap for information overload

It explains the benefits of using Hydraluron

One thing that I was really impressed with was the outer packaging. It has information about the company, the product and how to use it.

I love that it's reasonably priced. For only $34.99 for 30mls, it's affordable no matter your budget. It lasts 6 months after opening it. 

You can purchase it instore at Priceline or online here.  
XO

PS Indeed Laboratories have recently released in the UK a new product called "Pepta-Bright Fade To Bright" (which you can see here). It's on my wishlist, and I'll be at Priceline the day it's released!! It helps with dark spots and hyperpigmentation. You'll be seeing it being raved about on every UK beauty bloggers blog very soon! 

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7 comments:

  1. I love Hydraluron! Been using it for the past 3 weeks now and I can really tell that it's made such a difference. Also, I had no idea about all that extra information under the pink flap, just opened it now thanks to your post LOL.

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  2. Thanks for the review:) I bought Nanoblur the other day but I haven't started using it. So interesting to learn about the other products in the range x

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  3. This looks so good! I'd love to give it a try soon :]

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  4. I'm going to buy this in Priceline's skincare sale tomorrow! Do you have any idea when the Fade to Bright will be coming to Australia? I am so excited to use it...! x

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  5. Ooh it looks great! I purchased one during the Priceline skin care at 50% off... i probably should've gotten 2. Just wondering though - I currently use facial oil prior to moisturising.... how do I incorporate the Hydraluron into my routine? Do I use it before the oil??

    Thank you
    - Ina

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  6. Alina... Hahahaha I'm glad you read the post and saw the extra info. I missed it at first and only realised when I went to take photos before using it hahaha

    Ingrid... I've only used the Nanoblur once, I need to get it out!!

    Julia... Try it out! It's amazing for dehydrated skin. Even if you have oily skin, it still could be dehydrated. Even though this moisturises your skin, it won't make it feel oily or break you out.

    Lauren... Sadly I'm not sure when it will be released :( But I'll be there on the first day buying it and letting everyone know!

    Inja... Hahahaha If only my bank account had more 0's in it I would have bought 2 of everything in Priceline ;) As for how I use it, honestly I don't always use it in a particular order. It depends when I remember to apply it and what products I'm using it with. If I forget to apply it, then I'll just apply it after my moisturiser, but I do try to apply it after my serum and before my moisturiser and sunscreen. If you have a heavier or thicker moisturiser then apply the Hydraluron first. When it comes to skincare, always apply the thinner products first and end with the heaviest. But honestly, as long as you're using it, you'll notice healthier plumped up skin :) I hope that helps.

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  7. I've been really looking for something to hydrate my skin so I may just try this out. Lovely post :)

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