Hyaluronic acid is one of the most important products or ingredients in my skincare routine. If you have the same skin type as I have, dry/sensitive skin, you might recognize this. I'm always on the hunt for brands that are widely available, affordable, and high-quality products. I believe The Inkey List hyaluronic acid is just that product. So let me explain to you why I think it's an awesome product and a bit about the brand itself.
The Inkey List
The Inkey List is a British skincare brand that started in 2018. They launched on Cult Beauty and you might think how does she know this. Well, I think I was there when they first launched, buying some of the products for their first launch. And you might have guessed it, amongst these products was this hyaluronic acid. You can learn more about my first experience with The Inkey List on my blog Actually Anna. This brand believes that skincare can be quite confusing, which I totally agree with. Therefore they want to make products that are both transparent in ingredients and easy to use. It's also good to mention that this brand doesn't test on animals and commits to having their whole product line Vegan Society approved by the end of 2021. Currently, 94% of their product line is already Vegan Society approved.
Their Hyaluronic Acid is one of their most sold products and if you ask me for good reason. It's super affordable at only 6,99 euros for 30ml. I think the only hyaluronic acid that can compete with that is the one from The Ordinary. Leave a comment down below if you want me to write a review on that product as well! This hyaluronic acid is a no-nonsense product, with of course 2% multi-molecular Hyaluronic Acid as one of their two main ingredients. The consistency is quite runny but makes it very easy to apply. I love to put a littlebit on the tips of my fingers and pad it onto my skin. You can use this as a standalone serum or underneath one of their exfoliating toners or serums. It needs to be said that this product is completely vegan. When it first arrived I thought the bottle was quite small, but a little goes a long way! Also, this is one of the first hyaluronic acids that is not sold with a dropper. So be careful, because sometimes there's a lot of product that comes out of the lid at once.
I already mentioned the price of this product which is 6,99 euros in the EU*, 7,99 dollars in the US*, and 5,99 pounds in the UK*. I hope you loved reading about my The Inkey List hyaluronic acid review and let me know in the comments below if you've already tried this product.
*For full transparency, the links are all affiliated and the products are a PR sample
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