I came across The Inkey List when I was browsing the Cult Beauty and I was immediately intrigued because of the type of products that they have and the price. I also liked the fact that at that time the brand had a smaller product selection than The Ordinary (which can be quite overwhelming to shop from). This has since changed, I’ve been to their website recently and more products to their selection.
I placed a small order because I wasn’t quite sure about the products and I wanted to just dip my toes in and see what the brand was about. My shipping experience was a mess! I waited over a month for my shipment (due to SA customs) and I had to send in my bank statement, ID copy and invoice – it was soooo dramatic.
Zinc Cream Moisturiser ( £ 9)
When I made the order from The Inkey List my skin was going through the most with hormonal acne and I know that zinc-based products are good for acne prone skin. This product has an SPF of 50 and it has 1% hyaluronic acid – so it’s a one stop shop.
Hyaluronic Acid Serum ( £ 5)
What can I say about the wonders of hyaluronic acid that hasn’t been said before? Everyone needs this product in their skincare routine for plump and hydrated skin. You guys know I’m all about the glow so getting this hyaluronic acid was a no-brainer.
Q10 Serum ( £ 5)
I haven’t used this product as yet, it is waiting in the queue of the many products that I have yet to crack open. I bought this serum because Q10 is known to be a powerhouse antioxidant that protects skin from damage caused by environmental stressors. This serum is said to help to minimise the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of ageing, while also hydrating the skin. I’ll review this product after I have used it for some time.
Have you used any products from The Inkey List?