Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster Review

When a product gets a cult following, I find it very hard to resist trying it for myself. Indeed Labs Hydraluron has been raved about many, many times so I decided I needed to see what all the fuss was about for myself. Hydraluron is a moisture boosting facial serum, that claims to start where your moisturiser stops to keep your skin better hydrated, glowing and plump. The Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster £24.99 contains Hyaluronic Acid which is capable of holding upto 1,000 times its weight in water making it a extremely hydrating for the skin. Alongside hyaluronic acid, Red Marine Algae helps provide maximum delivery.

Image of the white plastic tube laying next to the pink cardboard box
Image showing the tube with clear jelly being dispensed from the tube
Hydraluron Moisture Booster comes in a 30ml white, plastic tube and costs £24.99*. Indeed Labs recommend applying a pea-sized amount of the serum on a cleansed face morning and night, followed by your moisturiser. If you read my blog on a regular basis, you’ll know that I have dry and dehydrated skin so I’m forever on the look out for products which will help inject moisture into my skin so I had seriously high hopes for this cult favourite serum.
Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster Review
The serum is a clear, slightly thick gel which feels extremely cooling on application. Once first applied, it does feel a little slimy but the sliminess does disappear once its been fully massaged into the skin. I’ve been using Hydraluron twice a day for around six weeks now, and I have noticed a slight improvement to my skin which is great, but I have to be honest and say I’m a little disappointed as I did expect to see a significant improvement like the many reviews I’ve read.
The texture of my skin is slightly smoother, but my dry patches are still as visible as they were prior to trying Hydraluron. My skin has a couple of very fine lines on the top of my cheekbones which are due to dehydration, and these are a little less noticeable as the skin is obviously plumper.

I will continue to use the Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster until it finishes,but I’m not sure yet if I would purchase a replacement as the benefits I’ve seen so far haven’t been particularly impressive but maybe I need to use it over a longer period of time due to how dry and dehydrated my skin is? I know this product definitely works from the fact I’ve never read a negative review of Indeed Labs Hydraluron Moisture Booster, and you only have to look at the 169 glowing reviews on the Boots website to see that it really does work for some people, but sadly not for me.

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