Indeed Laboratories Targeted Skin Boosters

Indeed Laboratories Boosters Collagen and Q10


We’re all familiar with serums and where they fit into our skincare routine, I wouldn’t be without one and as a blogger, I’m lucky enough to try lots of different serums for any number of skin concerns. Indeed Laboratories Boosters aren’t just serums, they do exactly what they claim and give an extra boost of what your skin needs. There’s six in the range so you’ll find one to suit the majority of skin concerns. I’ve been trying two over the last five weeks – Collagen, and Coenzyme Q10 Boosters.

Repair and regenerate ageing skin with Q10 Booster. A multifaceted concentrated serum full of targeted ingredients such as Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin E and Vitamin C to enrich skin, inhibit pigment production,

If you’re unfamiliar with Coenzyme Q10 it’s a vitamin-like substance naturally present in our bodies, for the purpose of energising skin cells and keeping the effects of premature ageing at bay. As we age CoQ10 starts to deplete as the production of this anti-ageing substance wanes. As a result, our skin loses its youthful lustre, elasticity and general tone giving way to lines and wrinkles. Applying CoQ10 topically to our skin can certainly help to revitalise our complexion, bringing energy back to our cells, allowing them to function a little more efficiently.

I’m all about keeping my skin looking great, but I haven’t actually tried a specific CoenzymeQ10 product before. Of course, it’s an ingredient which is frequently added to many skincare ranges but in terms of a targeted product, this is a first for me. Indeed Laboratories Q10 Booster features two key ingredients:

ALL-Q®: A unique combination of Coenzyme Q10 and Vitamin E to help prevent skin damage from UV radiation, reduce the visible appearance of wrinkles and protect surface lipids from oxidation. Coenzyme Q10 produces around 95% of your body’s energy.

BV-OSC: A very stable, oil-soluble Vitamin C ester with anti-oxidant activity. Helps to minimize the damaging effects of UV exposure.

Combing these two ingredients encourages skin cell synthesis of proteins required for collagen and elastin production in the skin. Other benefits are the reduction of melanin, thus preventing unwanted pigmentation caused by UV damage.

Fight oxidative stress caused by pollution and UV damage. Q10 booster also works towards a more youthful tone and texture by creating the building blocks for collagen and elastin, which minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


Indeed Laboratories Boosters Q10 with dropper

Indeed Laboratories Collagen Booster is a super concentrated, multi-peptide serum that claims to restore skin’s volume, firmness and elasticity.

Again, ageing zaps our natural collagen production, but by applying a collagen-rich product you can give your skin a boost of plumping goodness and help to restore the skin’s suppleness, even the tone and increasing elasticity. Worth using if your concerns are crows feet or those forehead “number eleven” lines which start creeping in.

Both the Q10 and collagen Booster come boxed and housed in frosted, glass bottles with pipette dropper. The consistency is that of a serum and is readily absorbed. I’ve supercharged the Booster’s performance by applying them with my sonic beauty device BeGlow TIA, I use it to really get the serum into my skin, but of course, applying a few drops directly either mixed with your foundation or alone will give equal benefits. These would be a lovely addition to any skincare routine and I’ve seen some good results personally, in terms of skin smoothness and tone. My Boosters are Paraben, colourant and fragrance-free, so there’s nothing not to love. I recently tried two other Indeed Labs products, read my Hydraluron post to find out more.

 Have you tried any Indeed Laboratories Boosters or products before? Which are your favourites?

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  1. August 1, 2018 / 8:06 am

    Such an interesting post. I need to invest more in my skincare. I always look to you for advice when it comes to skincare as you know so much.

    Much love

    • Samantha
      August 1, 2018 / 8:46 pm

      Thank you! Always worth investing what you can in great skin care. I’m so glad you find my posts helpful. Means a lot x

    • Samantha
      August 1, 2018 / 8:44 pm

      Thanks Tiffany. Such a lovely brand aren’t isn’t it! I’ve been impressed by the products I’ve tried too. Thanks for reading! x

  2. August 1, 2018 / 12:19 pm

    I’ve not heard of this brand before, but then again I don’t know much about serums. The ingredients sound really great, especially the helping to prevent the look of UV damage. Great review xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

    • Samantha
      August 1, 2018 / 8:42 pm

      Serums are a fab addition, you should try one soon lovely x

  3. August 1, 2018 / 2:44 pm

    Love the inDefense30 spf moisturizer from Indeed and recently grabbed their Hydraluon Jelly. These boosters sound like great additions to my Indeed wishlist!

    Angela at Blush & Pearls

    • Samantha
      August 1, 2018 / 8:40 pm

      I’ve not tried that one but love the Hydraluron jelly and also the serum. Love to know how you get on with the Boosters if you decide to try them! Thanks lovely x

    • Samantha
      August 4, 2018 / 8:09 am

      Thank you! I’ll check it out x

  4. August 6, 2018 / 9:05 am

    I’ve never heard of this brand before but I’m a huge fan of serums. It’s a lifesaver when you’ve dry skin and suffer from eczema, I’ll definitely check them out! I love the frosted glass packaging x

    New Lune |

    • September 9, 2018 / 9:10 pm

      You really can’t go wrong with a good serum. Essential really. Especially like us with dry skin! Thanks lovely x

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