A Brief Introduction to my Ever-Expanding The Inkey List Collection
To say I’ve become quietly obsessed with The Inkey List recently is an understatement. I cannot quite process how a range of skincare can be so fantastic and yet so budget-friendly! I have a lot to say about this range of products, so I thought I’d kick-off with a little introduction to the ones I have in my collection.
This post has been in the making for quite some at some. I first came across The Inkey List a couple of years ago at a press event; I tried a couple of their products, thought they were lovely, then never really pursued them further. Then I started seeing all the rave reviews on IG and decided to treat myself to little haul, took all the photos, started working on the review, then the press team got in touch to share a few more of their launches, so I got them all together, retook the pictures, and started on the review again.
Then I decided there were some bits that I absolutely had to try, so it’s now been THREE TIMES that I’ve taken pictures for the post, and the best part is that I still couldn’t help myself and still got a few more bits, so the pictures you see above still don’t feature my entire collection! The thing is with The Inkey List, it’s like falling down a rabbit hole: you find amazing products that work so well and so quickly, and because they’re incredibly purse friendly, you see no problem with grabbing a few more, and so on, and so forth…
I’ll be writing two more posts featuring The Inkey List, one that’ll look at my absolute favourite products, the other that’ll look at the spot-fighters, and whilst we’re on that topic, I am so impressed with their range of products aimed at fighting acne as this seems to be an area they really excel at. This makes me especially happy as I’m so sick of the beauty industry launching horrifically expensive ranges that target those of us who are spot-prone, as it just feels really exploitative. The Inkey List have pretty much everything you could possibly need in your fight against spots, all at very good prices, so I am very happy to champion them.
Keep your eyes peeled for my upcoming posts. In the meantime, if you just can’t wait, I recommend their Hyaluronic Acid – which, at £5.99, has beaten those in my collection that are six times the price; the Multi-Biotic which is an *amazing* moisturiser for traditionally acne-prone skin types, as it’s very soothing and just hydrating enough, and of course the cult Oat Cleansing Balm, a gentle and joyful cleanser that encourages lots of facial massage and leaves skin glowing!
Check out the full The Inkey List collection here – link.
Disclosure: a big mix of mostly purchases with a few PR samples thrown in