Hylauronic Acid

Indeed Labs – Hydraluron & Peptabright…Indeed Splendid!

Today I’ll be talking about Indeed Lab’s fab creation called Hydraluron & Peptabright.



I absolutely love this product and once again thanks to Mrs. Hirons I’ve been through countless tubes of this goodness. It’s a clear gel with no offensive smell or anything offensive about it, whack it on straight after toning in morning followed by moisturizer and sunscreen. It keeps my skin hydrated for most part of day. Hydraluron has opened my eyes to the concept of dehydration suffered by all skin types (dry, oily, normal, combination). Yes I bravely and openly admit my ignorance about dehydration concept until last 4-5 years ago.

Hydraluron – $24.99 (on sale)


Now dear where have you been? Or have I been living under a rock. The latter seems more of a possibility. Anyway, the website claims the product can even skin tone, reduce and lighten hyperpigmentation, prevent, treat and diminish dark spots, restore luminosity and radiance to the skin, prevent the formation of future dark spots and fight against photo-aging, Stimulate cell turnover and Maintain skin’s hydration.

Unfortunately I don’t use this product every night, but whenever I do my skin always looks brighter and radiant next morning. Because I haven’t used it consistently, can’t say for sure if it has helped me with dark spots or pigmentation but certainly boosts radiance to my skin. Defo repurchase!

PeptaBright – $22.49 (on sale)P1000701I’m very eager to try Eyesilix Eye Cream and Retinol Reface Retinol Reface, anyone tried them, share your thoughts in comments below.

Availability in USA – I’ve seen Indeed Labs products bring stocked up at Walgreens which makes me very happy. Well done Walgreens.




My Thoughts: Biore Sarasara UV Aqua Rich Waterly Essence SPF 50+ sunscreen


East Asian skincare is way ahead of our times in terms of skincare technology and ingredients. Naturally due to difference in cultural beliefs they market their products differently however this sunscreen is da bomb!

Its SPF 50+ (protection from UVB) and PA+++ (protection from UVA) for face and body. The sunscreen claims it has water base unlike conventional sunscreens which is gloopy blob which blocks pores, causes breakouts, leave white cast and overall leaves us with an unpleasant experience. In saying so, it is still a chemical sunscreen and personally I prefer chemical. I’m aware there are different schools of thought on this one, but this is my personal preference.

It contains Hyaluronic acid which ensures hydration for skin. The texture looks like ‘yoghurt gone bad-stage 1’ with tiny particles which on contact with skin emulsify and leaves the skin feeling fresh with fruity (not sickening at all) scent and cooling sensation. It doesn’t have a white cast and I’ve had no problems photographing this sans makeup. Unlike old school sunscreens, the cleansing process of this sunscreen is super trouper easy. No greasy residue at all.

I’ve tried other variants of sunscreen from Biore range, with whitening complex watery base (separate review coming soon) which I equally loved and cherished.

I’ve been through multiple tubes of this and always keep backups. One can never have enough sunscreen. Although I really wish they came in super-size tube like family size. After all, sun and sex need adequate protection <cheeky grin>.

Biore Sarasara UV Aqua Rich Waterly Essence SPF 50+ sunscreen – $11