|Indeed Labs Retinol Reface Skin Resurfacer|
Indeed Labs seem to have something for every skin type. Previously I reviewed their Hydraluron range and to be fair I hadn't heard of the Indeed Labs Retinol Reface Skin Resurfacer and Pepta-Bright. I will review Pepta-Bright once I have trialled it for a fair amount of time. Today I wanted to introduce to you Retinol Reface Skin Resurfacer aimed to target ageing signs and more importantly prevent them. I've probably said this over and over it is better to start taking precautions rather than try and get rid of wrinkles afterwards as yes you might be able to minimise them but once they are their you would have to take pretty drastic actions if you was wanting to get rid of them altogether.
I have noticed all of Indeed Labs products have a lot of science behind them but they explain the purpose of their products so simply which is probably why I like this brand and lets not forget I've been pretty impressed with the results of Hydraluron.
Retinol Reface Skin Resurfacer is made up of Vitamin A which is meant to be the most effective ingredient to help reduce signs of ageing, this face cream has 3 different forms of retinol; Retinol Rapid Action, Retinol Micro-Spheres and Retinol-like Peptide. All three work in different ways to help your skin fight the signs of ageing and although I personally don't have wrinkles I have started using this now as a precaution to avoid getting the to the best of my ability. It is also a more affordable product than other ageing products at just £13.33 a tube which will last the best part of 2 months at least.