Sunday, 1 February 2015

Skin Care | Indeed Labs Facial Powdered Exfoliator & Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue | Review


Indeed Labs Facial Powdered Exfoliator
Indeed Labs Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue
Its no surprise Indeed Labs is a part of many peoples skin care routine, mine included I love the Hydraluron products at the moment as it is a little saviour for my skin in this horrible weather. Today I'm reviewing a further two products which I have been using over the past few weeks.
Indeed Labs Facial Powdered Exfoliator

This water-activated enzyme micro-powder gently exfoliates, helping to reveal polished looking, soft and smooth skin. Packed with 5 key actives.Just add water to this innovative micro-powder, packed with actives, including:• Bamboo, Rice bran powder, Okinawa red algae, Hyaluronic acid and Bromelain.
Powder exfoliators aren't the most common I have previously tried the Dermalogica one so kind of knew the drill with this one. Basically you pop some of the powder into your palm and very carefully add water, the powder then starts to become foamy with small crystal pieces these are what work as the exfoliators. I have been using this roughly 3-4 times a week followed by Hydraluron Serum and Moisture Jelly and all three products have been working miracles together by keeping my dry skin under control. The best part about this exfoliator is that it doesn't leave your skin feeling dried out like some exfoliators but it actually leaves it feeling full of moisture.
Indeed Labs Eysilix Instant Eye Rescue
Helps lift the eye area instantly. Helps reduce the appearance of puffiness, dark circles, fatigue and crow's feet.
Can diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
This eye cream is designed to fight fine lines, get rid off puffiness and dark circles. Personally for me I didm;t see much difference on the fine lines under my eyes but that may possibly be because they are literally the finest of lines. What I did start seeing from roughly the first week was that it made a huge difference to the dark circles under my eyes, my eyes visibly looked brighter around that area than it would usually do and it also worked at calming my tired, puffy eyes on a morning

 Exfoliator £18.99 | Eye Cream £24.99



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4 comments:

  1. Powder exfoliator is new to me! Sounds to be an amazing product but a bit strange! :)

    Mary Bloomy

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    1. it just turns into a scrub/wash once mixed with water x

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  2. I love the sound of the exfoliator it's a completely new idea to me, and my tired eyes could do with some tlc! xxx

    Blonde Of Carbs

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    1. it wwas new to me but mixed with water it become like any other x

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