27 March 2015

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Moisturiser

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Moisturiser Review - Aspiring  Londoner

You know I love Indeed Labs products, I've previously reviewed the Hydraluron serum (review here) and the Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Mask (review here).  For me, it’s a product I know wont irritate my skin and hydrate it.  When I spotted Indeed Labs had a new moisturiser, I was all ears!

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Moisturiser Review - Aspiring  Londoner

Indeed Labs’ fillume volumising moisturiser (£24.99) promises to restore facial contours and plump appearance of skin and increase hydration.  Who doesn’t want this?!  I’ve been using the product about three weeks, so this an initial impression rather than a full on review.  I love the packaging, the press down system to dispense product is genius!  I wish more face creams had this kind of packaging.  It dispenses enough cream for my face and neck.  It has a light cream texture and doesn’t feel greasy when massaging onto my skin.  I felt that it absorbed well into my skin and quite quickly too.  I use this morning and night, at night I’ve sometimes mixed in a couple of drops of face oil and it works really well with the face oil too. 

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Moisturiser Review - Aspiring  Londoner

There are 3 key ingredients, LINEFILL, Sym 3D and PatcH2O that adds plumpness, volume and hydration to the skin and work towards reducing signed on ageing and fine lines.  The moisturiser so far has been really good at hydrating my skin.  Being in my 20s, there are an odd couple of fine lines on my forehead, and they do appear to be ‘smoother’.  They haven’t completely gone away, but its early days and I’m hopeful.  From my experience so far, it feels like a good moisturiser for most skin types.  It doesn’t leave an oily film and doesn’t have a ‘matte’ finish either; there aren’t any fragrances that I could detect.  I’ve used far more expensive face creams with fewer results.  Another plus, makeup seems to sit really well on top of this moisturiser.  Whatever the finish, it doesn’t ‘undo’ the mattifying/glowing effects of foundations.  It’s been a pleasant experience so far and I’m hopeful that it get rid of those fine lines on my forehead, for some reason my forehead is the only place on my face that’s dehydrated and the rest is oily!  Insane!  However fillume seems to have a struck a balance for both and for now I’m not reaching for two different type of moisturisers.  I can’t even begin to describe how much of a pain this could have been!

Another hero product from Indeed Labs?  It’s looking that way!  Follow me in Instagram (@aspiringlondoner) as I’ll let you know my final thoughts when I’ve fully tested fillume!

Have you tried fillume?  What are your favourite products from Indeed Labs?  Share in the comments below or tweet me @aspiring_london!

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Some of these items have been sent to me for review purposes.

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