Monday, 19 January 2015

Fillume - new from Indeed Labs


New from the home of Hydraluron comes Fillume - a 'volumising moisturiser' aimed at targeting 'the appearance of subtle facial volume loss'.

I'll be trialing it this week but it claims to:

  • restore the look of facial contours (does it come with a crane?)
  • plump the appearance of furrow lines and laughter lines
  • improve the tone and texture of the skin

Meaning that it's aimed at a slightly older audience, because if you're 20, you don't really have 'loss of contours' (unless you're a smoker - obvs).

First impressions are that it's light, yet nourishing and it's not too silicone-heavy (although it does contain silicone) and of course it's fragrance free - bonus for the people that have problems with fragrance/essential oils.

I'll report back by the weekend. :)

Fillume Volumising Moisturiser is priced at £24.99 for 30ml and is available exclusively at Boots UK and Boots.com from 26th January

 

18 comments:

  1. I've just bought Hydraluron thanks to you and if you positively review this I'll probably be purchasing this too... you're breaking my bank!!
    Daxidream x

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  2. Sounds to good to be true. Probably is. Can´t wait to hear what you think of it.

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  3. Looking forward to the review!

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  4. Hi Caroline, can you tell me if acid toning is safe to use on skin with rosacea? I'm really nervous about any exfoliating product and dermatologist at hospital told me never to exfoliate. I'm having real problems controlling this and my only other advice from dermatology was to use Dove soap and stop anything else, I would be so grateful for any recommendations you could offer. Thanks Charlene

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    1. Hi, I'm not Caroline, obviously, but a fellow rosacea sufferer. I suspect the dermatologist meant no physical exfoliation, so no scrubby products. I do use gentle acid toners and they work well. The other combination of things that helps is some light oil - typically I will use Neal's Yard (sweet) almond oil for sensitive skin, but a pure jojoba oil is good, too - and a very thin film of a chemical exfoliant overnight. Indeed Labs Retinol Reface is gentle enough for me, and so is Dr LeWinn's Skin Renewal Overnight Exfoliator, which is glycolic acid based rather than retinol (and is currently on sale for £20 on the drlewinns[dot]co[dot]uk website, too). Those are for a couple times a week, not every night!

      If you are having severe difficulty controlling the redness, and especially if you are also having the nasty breakouts, then really you need to get a prescription for a topical antibiotic like metronidazole. That was the only way to get it under control when I was first diagnosed, and it's also been needed a couple times in the years since when it all went haywire on me.

      Hope that helps. :-)
      ~El

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  5. I might buy this for my mom if I get your seal of approval c: I love the Hydraluron serum so much.

    Hey Caroline, can you recommend any facial mists to normal, acne-prone teen skin that's more accessible in North America? I couldn't find the Ren one on the Sephora site :\

    thank you! <3

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    1. Not Caroline obviously, but Caudalie's beauty elixir is on sale on Sephora now (the limited edition L'Wren Scott bottle, may she rest in peace).

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  6. I'll be really interested to hearing your review of this. I do like Indeed Labs as it's not too terribly expensive and as a skincare obsessed student, unfortunately funds are somewhat limited! :P

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  7. Very interested, 52 now so any promise of lift gets my ears pricked up.

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  8. Looking forward to your review on this xx

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  9. Thanks for the heads up lady another interesting find.
    I recently discovered this range myself. The C.B.E. Ferrulic acid serum has melted my blackheads away. In fact I have had amazing results with all three. http://www.swissskinrx.com/
    Xx

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  10. I wait with baited breath! Always on the lookout for anything that helps my 55year old skin :)

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  11. This sounds really intriguing! Can't wait to hear about your results.

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  12. I would have liked to see the ingredients.

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    1. 'I'll report back by the weekend.'

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    2. Get over yourself girl if there's no mineral oil, then there's nothing you should worry about. Hirons approved, obliges to something. Why do you need to trouble people so much ?

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