The inkey list retinol serum
THE inkey LIST - Retinol Anti-Aging Serum The Inkey Lists Retinol Serum sells for 10$ and includes 30ml. It targets fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, dullness and uneven texture. Retinol is known to be a preventative anti aging ingredient and this is the first ever retinol product I’ve tried. The product is yellow first of all, but kind of runny and liquid which is why I don’t think it’s the optimal packaging for this product. The texture itself sinks into the skin quickly, doesn’t leave a residue and is easy to spread. I’ve been using it for about 4 months now and even though I just turned 20 I don’t think it can be too early to use a gentle retinol product. Retinols should only be used in the PM and you should always follow with a SPF in the morning! I started off by using it 2 times a week, now I can use it 3-4 times a week. It takes a couple of weeks to see results since it’s mostly a preventative product but I do see some fine lines on my forehead get smaller when I use this product. It’s actually quite hydrating and not irritating at all, which I really like. It’s also a great affordable product, which is why I would definitely recommend this especially if you are just starting with retinols. I did not find it helping with my skin texture, but it’s gentle, a great anti aging preventative and helps hydrate and fine lines and wrinkles!
THE inkey LIST-Retinol Anti-Aging Serum
The Anti-aging skincare ingredient you need!!
THE inkey LIST - Q10 Antioxidant Serum Q10 (also known as CoEnzyme Q10, CoQ10, or Ubiquinone) is an antioxidant that provides our cells with energy. We create it naturally within our bodies but this production decreases as we age and under the influence of external stress on our skin. Your skin cells are constantly regenerating and repairing tissue to combat environmental damage. However, if the energy levels and mitochondrial activity in your cells are significantly reduced, your cells can’t do their jobs perfectly and structural alterations occur!! (I.e. wrinkles!!!!!! And loss of elasticity aka your bouncy skin!!!!) Regular topical use of Q10 (or better yet, an oral supplement) has been shown to dramatically increase your cellular energy metabolism and act as a powerful antioxidant to fight off free radicals— goodbye sun damage! ⠀⠀⠀ I emptied this Inkey List Q10 serum but I MISS IT. There was such a visible bounce to my skin after application and I am now a firm believer in the long term benefits of Q10. The texture was SO soft, and it sank in super quickly without any additional tackiness. I definitely recommend this product, especially because the price is so affordable!!
THE inkey LIST-Q10 Antioxidant Serum
I purchased the THE inkey LIST - Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Serum from Sephora during the last sale and I’ve been loving it. The inkey list is the latest affordable brand to hit Sephora and it’s definitely been successful. The HA serum is one of the most popular in the range and is super affordable. The only issue with this brands products is the shelf life is only 6 months. This product works well to layer with other serums from this brand. I especially like this serum mixed with the collagen serum. This product has a very thin clear consistency like most HA serums. This serum adds tons of moisture into your skin targeting dryness and fine lines. It penetrates beneath the skin surface. This is a great product to add to any routine both morning and night. 2% Hyaluronic Acid with Matrixyl 3000 🌟 cruelty free 🌟 clean at Sephora 🌟 affordable skincare 🌟 all skin types
THE inkey LIST-Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Serum
Okay, so two things: I love the Inkey List and I think focusing on preventative skincare can be important depending on skin concerns. I’m only in my early 20s, but I’ve started to notice that I’ve been developing the tiniest wrinkles around my eyes. I’m not really worried about them, but I definitely would rather be safe than sorry - I wanted to branch into retinol, but as my skin is pretty sensitive I thought maybe I should start out as gently as possible. Enter: THE inkey LIST - Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative Moisturizer - this product is $10 for an ounce, and feels like a very lightweight and hydrating moisturizer. I’ve been using this for about two months and I think it has definitely helped with the overall look of my skin. This product contains Bakuchiol (a retinol alternative) and squalane oil, which is SUPER hydrating and both of these together has made my super fine lines a bit less noticeable and has made my skin feels very consistently plump and hydrated. If you’re really into retinol, I don’t think this is the product for you. It’s such a gentle product and it takes about a month to see any noticeable difference beyond just added hydration, but my skin looks definitely healthier. As wrinkles and obvious signs of aging start to hit me, and if I never build up a tolerance to retinol, I think this product will be useful and will definitely help my skin out as long as I use it consistently.
THE inkey LIST-Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative Moisturizer
Redness? See ya sis 👋🏼
I really wish I hadn’t waited so long to try this!!!! This stuff is a dream! This cream can be used by all skin types. It contains centella, mineral solution and pantheol. Centella helps protect against environmental stressors caused by pollutants. This helps color correct redness, irritation, and blemishes to give a smooth even look to the skin. This green cream turns beige once applied. After blending in it almost looks like a light coverage foundation!! I love wearing this alone because it really gives me an even base. I have purchased this for my mom as well and even she loves it! This retails for $54 however it has lasted me a while which definitely makes it worth it! I totally recommend this to anyone suffering with redness or mild rosacea!❤️ 5/5 stars Dr. Jart+ - Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30
Dr. Jart+-Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30