Indeed Labs is renowned for their cult favourite; Hydraluron, however, I’ve been trialling their lesser talked about Indeed Labs Retinol Reface Retinol Skin Resurfacer for the last four weeks. Indeed Labs Retinol Reface contains Retinol which is a derivative of vitamin A which is considered to be one of the most effective ingredients in helping to reduce the visible signs of ageing. It contains three forms of retinol to help create softer, smoother looking skin as well as targeting the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow’s feet.
Indeed Labs Retinol Reface £19.99*
The directions of Retinol Reface are very simple.. apply nightly to cleansed skin. I really like the clinical, almost scientific packaging of the white squeezy tube with a pump applicator. I always like a pump dispenser on skincare products as it’s so much more hygienic than a jar, as well as being less messy too.
The product dispenses as a thick, white cream with a velvety consistency that leaves my skin feeling beautifully silky and soft as velvet from the minute I apply it until the morning when I cleanse my face. I had a dry patch below my left eyebrow which vanished after only three days of starting Retinol Reface.. it feels so nourishing on the skin, especially my dry patches.
I’m lucky that at 27, I don’t have any wrinkles or crow’s feet yet but I hope by using the Retinol Reface, it’ll help prevent the formation of such ageing of my skin. If like me, you don’t have any wrinkles yet, please don’t be put off from trying the Indeed Labs Retinol Reface as it’s such a lovely product regardless of its anti-aging properties at smoothing and perfecting the skin’s surface.. it would also make for a great makeup primer too, as it leaves my skin feeling so velvety smooth thus creating an ideal base for your makeup.
Have you ever tried anything from Indeed Labs before?