Indeed Laboratories have recently launched a new addition to the hydraluron range, which previously featured the cult skincare moisture boosting serum (£24.99) and moisture boosting masks (£19.99). Although I had heard all the hype around the serum, I had never got around to trying it, so I was expecting great things from these goodies as it has some impressive ingredients. Containing the maximum about of hyaluronic acid which holds up to 1,000 times its own weight in water it helps to plump out and hydrate your skin and the PatchH20 complex reduced evaporation of water from your skin surface. The naming of the the Moisture Jelly (£24.99) was spot on - it is a jelly which quickly sinks into the skin and is really cooling, so has been perfect for the hot weather recently, and sinks into the skin quickly, rapidly being absorbed, with no residue, which creams often leave which cause me to overheat this time of year. Having dry patches, and dehydrated skin always being quoted by beauticians when I have facials, I'm hoping this little beauty will help me out.
Although Indeed Labs suggest that the serum and moisturiser can be used together, I found their textures to be really similar and the moisture jelly didn't skin in as well when I used them together, so I tend to opt for an either or mentality, using one of my fave rosehip oils under the moisture jelly, or a cream over the hydraluron serum.
The moisture boosting masks have been added to my weekly skincare routine, popping one on after my shower on a Sunday morning to hydrate my skin after a busy week. I did totally scare my husband when he first saw me wearing the sheet mask which is a bit like a cleansing wipe impregnated with hydrating goodies which goes over yuor whole face for 15 mins - the eye, nose and mouth holes make you look terrifying!