The people over at Indeed Labratories really are a clever bunch. Not only have they developed the best selling Nanoblur and Hydraluron cream, but they’ve expanded on their innovative range with the launch of these Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Masks. Packaged in a handy box of four, which is essentially a month’s supply, each mask is individually held in a sachet to ensure the ingredients remain at their most effective. The masks feature timed release hyaluronic acid, thanks to the 3D enzyme structure which allows for a slow release over time, providing longer lasting relief for dry skin. Indeed Labs claim this provides better hydrated, moisture nourished, plumped up looking skin when used weekly, but can 15 minutes under a mask really help to provide long-term benefit?
The masks are perfect for a pampering evening, or even a girl’s night in with a movie and popcorn, thanks to the fact that the formula is applied via a fabric mask that sits over the face. The masks are extremely saturated with formula, ensuring that they both stick to the surface of the skin for the 15 minute recommended duration, and provide more than enough moisture to pack the mask away and use it again the next day if you want to. I love the fact there’s no mess in my bathroom or green tinge to my mirror (I get face masks everywhere,) but just a cloth mask that can be placed over the face and thrown away when you’re done. The mask is extremely comfortable to wear and has no noticeable scent or sensation when applied, ensuring it’s a truly universal product. I quite happily wore this in the bath, read my magazine and chilled out for half an hour before removing it; the result was refreshed skin with a little extra plumpness – especially when I massaged the leftover serum into my face.
Indeed Labs claim that Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Masks have time-release technology that ensures your skin feels hydrated for a duration of time after you’ve used them. I didn’t feel extremely hydrated or like my skin was much plumper, but I have noticed that I don’t necessarily need to apply excess moisturiser the next day. My face feels comfortable, which is sometimes the issue when I use drying and tightening mud masks, and the serum provides me with targeted skincare rather than just hoping for the best. The only bad thing about these is that they’re a whopping £19.99 for a pack of four; although each mask is individually wrapped and can be used multiple times if you’re careful, it’s a lot for only a handful of applications.
The Hydraluron Moisture Boosting Face Masks are available from Boots priced £19.99 for a box containing four individually wrapped masks.