Thursday, 31 March 2016

Indeed Labs Fillume Moisturiser

A picture of Indeed Labs Fillume Moisturiser

The Claims

"Restores the look of facial contours.
Plumps the appearance of furrow lines and smile/laugh lines.
Improves skin tone and texture of skin.
Improves topical hydration levels which counteracts the natural decline of skin’s density.

Bring volume where it’s needed! fillume volumising moisturiser is a combination of clinically proven ingredients designed to help target the appearance of subtle facial volume loss at the skin’s surface. Sesamin (from seeds of sesame), hyaluronic acid, and a molecular network of natural biopolymers help skin appear fuller, firmer and smoother without invasive treatments."

The Ingredients

Water, Isononyl Isononanoate,
 Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride,
 Propanediol, Arachidyl Alcohol,
 Cetyl Alcohol,
 Behenyl Alcohol, PEG-100 Stearate,
 Dimethyl Isosorbide, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Arachidyl Glucoside, Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Glycerin,
 Glyceryl Polyacrylate, Trehalose, Urea,
 Hydroxymethoxyphenyl Propylmethylmethoxybenzofuran, Isohexadecane,
 Xanthan Gum, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Extract, Disodium Edta, Pentylene Glycol, Polysorbate 80,
 Disodium Phosphate,
 Pullulan, Sodium Hyaluronate,
 Potassium Phosphate,
 Caprylyl Glycol,

The Immediate Concerns

The Indeed Labs website makes some claims regarding this cream including that is contains; 
Linefill: a paraben-free, natural active derived from seeds of sesame (sesamin). This ingredient restores lost volume and minimizes the appearance of lines, particularly around the lip and mouth, leaving skin looking firmer and helping to restore the look of facial volume contours.
Sym 3D: helps stimulate collagen production to correct and bring volume to the skin where it’s needed.
If the all singing, all dancing part of this product is 'Linefill' from sesame seed extract then I'd be slightly concerned as sesame seed extract comes quite low down on the ingredients list. And Sym 3D, from what I can find is the tongue twisting Hydroxymethoxyphenyl Propylmethylmethoxybenzofuran which was created to prevent or reverse wrinkle formation but also is being called a 'long lasting lip plump' here

Also the claim of hyaluronic acid being a fairly active ingredient is also dubious to my eyes as it appears nearly at the very end of the ingredients list.

Having said all that it does still contain many ingredients that are effective moisturisersIsononyl Isononanoate for example an emollient skin conditioning agent that is beneficial for dry skin and many of the blue ingredients are either emollients or have humectant effects alongside their other uses.

Containing only two red ingredients at least it's not going to do anything nasty to you, the claims may be a bit over the top but it will still moisturise fairly well.

How Did It Fair?

This is actually my second bottle of Fillume, it applies nicely, has no scent that I can detect, and moisturises my skin well, however I don't suffer particularly dry skin being a combination/oily type.

My Conclusion

I wouldn't say I'd stick religiously with this moisturiser but it really isn't bad at all for all the OTT claims that are made. I would probably buy it again at some point, a few more actual active and natural ingredients wouldn't go amiss though.

Next time on the blog

Murine Bright & Moist eye-drops.


  1. This sounds interesting. Thanks for such a thougher review! x


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