Price: £17.50 – £19.99
Where : eBay, Boots Counters Nationwide
After reading an article in the Daily Mail (my secret addiction) I came across an article about the latest craze. Indeed labs latest offering to the image conscious humans of the world – NanoBlur. Promising to work in 40 seconds, reducing signs of aging by up to 10 years, and giving its user completely flawless and skin texture perfect. Very bold statements – I mean come on – it sounds like they have bottled up magic in a tube! Their tag line? ‘Tomorrow’s high technology today’. Not modest claims at all, not by a long shot anyway!
I had to have it. I ordered it straight away from boots and a few days later – it arrived. It’s meant to be an ‘optical’ cream – God knows what that means, is it meant to disappear or something? Anyway – on it went on my makeup free face, apparently to get the best out of the product. The results? Skin looks matte and that’s about it. I didn’t look 10 years younger (though I didn’t believe this claim in the first place – is this was true, they would not be charging £20 for it!) and I didn’t have flawless, prefect skin. It really just a mattifying gel. I tried it over and foundation and found it balled up which looked awful – it looked like I had a pasty face! £20 for a product that does nothing but make your skin matte and dull is a robbery! Sorely disappointed from a company that promised nothing short of the moon and stars but failed to deliver on all accounts. Shame on you Indeed Labs!
See a difference? No? Look again. A little. Tiny bit. Smoothed out the skin a little. The lines are not AS noticeable. Not enough to warrant such a price tag though!