2 May 2015

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Serum + Moisturiser Review

Indeed Labs keeps hitting the ball outta the park in the skincare aisle.  Their products work, simple as.  I have been trying out the newest launches Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Serum (£29.99) and the Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Moisturiser (£24.99).  I did post a first impression of the Fillume Moisturiser here.  I've now tried it for over 5 weeks, in fact the moituriser has finished, and the serum is nearly there too, so they've both had their chance to do everything they had to offer.

Indeed Labs Fillume Volumising Serum + Moisturiser Review - Aspiring Londoner

Firstly, I will share my thoughts on the fillume moisturiser, as I already mentioned I was enjoying it in my previous post.  I really liked the moisturiser - the light consistency feel great on the skin, it moisturises without feeling oily.  Even after a while when I touch my face, it feels soft and moisturised rather than something sitting on my skin.  I mentioned some fine lines on my forehead, in my opinion, this has a smoothing effect, and they look less prominent, but hasn't gone away.  I do think that the duo has prevented the lines form getting deeper though.  I think it's a great moisturiser if you're looking at moisturising with some form of added anti-ageing properties.

Now the fillume serum, the serum is slightly thicker than normal serums, it has a gel texture almost.  However it doesn't melt onto the skin like Hydraluron serum.  The serum goes on smoothly on the skin, and almost instantly absorbs into the skin.  It doesn't leave that tacky feeling some people disliked about the Hydraluron serum, but skin still has a slight bounce to it.  I've sometimes left it a while before putting on the moisturiser, but I didn't feel like I needed moisturiser straightaway as it alone is quite moisturising.

In terms of long term effect, I think it works well with the moisturiser.  Together they have a better smoothing effect on fine lines than individually.  The serum does work with other moisturisers too (as I'm using it now), but I don't think alone it does enough.  To cut a long story short, it's good but didn't wow me, not like Hydraluron (review here).  It doesn't have any fragrance which is great, fragrance in skincare is just unnecessary.  They lasted a good while too, as I was using them both AM and PM and they lasted well over 5 weeks.

Would I recommend these?  I would highly recommend the moisturiser, the serum was good, but I prefer the Hydraluron serum to this.  But if your main priority is getting on top of fine lines, then these two together should really work for you!

What do you think of the Indeed Labs fillume volumising range?  Have you tried anything 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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