I’m continuing my love affair with all things Indeed Labs this month! I’m converted to Hydraluron and have been enjoying the tightening effects of their Eysilix eye cream, this month I’ve been trying Snoxin for the first time. This clever little serum claims to be better than most expensive serums, tests showing 52% reduction in dynamic wrinkles and 28% decrease in sagginess, so you’ve got to want to give it a go if signs of ageing are a concern of yours.
Designed to reduce contractions in the face which cause wrinkles and increase and improve the production of collagen, this £30 serum begins to sound too good to be true. The tube is the same size as Hydraluron, but as with it’s friend you don’t need much to do the job. I’ve been using it as my first product after toner both morning and night and here’s what I think…
I don’t reckon my skin is aged enough to really notice much change in relation to wrinkles. However, I can report that my skin has felt and looked smoother and firmer since using the product. The texture of the product is lovely and silky and very easy to apply without any nasty stickiness. I think prolonged use will certainly be in order to see the best results and I can’t wait to see what it can do in the long term. For a product containing Matrixly 3000 peptides, you’re getting a complete bargain, so it’s well worth a test for anyone looking for improved skin texture and reduction in ageing signs.
Have you tried any Indeed Labs products?
Do you use any peptide skincare products?
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