Welcome to the INKEY Blog. Where we spread and share our skincare knowledge with you!
- acne and breakouts
- acne scars
- damaged hair
- dark circles
- dehydrated skin
- dry hair
- dry skin
- dull skin
- fine lines and wrinkles
- flakey scalp
- frizzy hair
- hair loss
- hair volume
- improve skin texture
- itchy scalp
- oily scalp
- oily skin
- sensitive skin
- undefined curls
- undereye puffiness
At The INKEY List, People and Planet have always been at the heart of what we do and over the last two years we have been actively working towards becoming a certified BCORP and to create more moments of knowledge powered change.
Did you know you could use some of INKEY’s most loved skincare products on your body too? We’re all about simplifying skincare so what better way than using multi-purpose products! Below are the top INKEY products to use on your body and hacks to incorporate in future self-care routines.
Unlike glass, buttery, or dolphin skin, which aims to make your complexion so luminous it could have been modeled from glass by the skin gods, cloud skin uses a strategic mix of skincare and makeup to achieve a dreamy and ethereal glow-from-within look.
The idea behind it is simple: active ingredients can penetrate the skin more effectively when it's hydrated. This simple technique involves applying back-to-back skin care products without letting them dry to achieve maximum absorption.
Retinol is a commonly used ingredient in skin care products world-wide, but why? It's all because of the many benefits found in this derivative of Vitamin A.
Glycolic Acid is an ingredient most people should be using in their skin and scalp care routines.
Hyaluronic Acid has become one of the most sought-after skincare ingredients today and it's easy to see why. This ingredient is an essential addition to your daily routine.
Benzoyl Peroxide is the gold standard FDA approved skincare ingredient in treating acne. If you answer yes to any of these signs, then using Acne Solution with 5% Benzoyl Peroxide Cleanser might be one for you to consider adding to your skincare routine.
It’s never too late to stop using the random bar soap in your shower on your face and get advice on how to take better care of your skin. We make skincare simple to understand and easy to use.
Introducing actives in your skin care routine can be confusing. When deciding what to incorporate into your routine, you should first make sure the actives you’re choosing, tackle any concerns you have or are providing a desired benefit. Secondly, you need to consider the % amount of active ingredient that is suitable for you and your needs. This brief guide has been put together to help you figure out which percentage is right for you.
Azelaic Acid is a multifaceted active ingredient with multiple benefits that can target several concerns, proven to be beneficial for blemish prone, rosacea prone and redness prone skin. Find out more about the benefits of Azelaic Acid, how to use it and what other ingredients you can use to help reduce redness in the skin
If you are looking for an ingredient that has dual benefits of effectively moisturizing and exfoliating dead skin buildup simultaneously, look no further than Urea. At The INKEY List, we believe it is the next trend ingredient! For those with dry or rough skin texture or those that are prone to eczema or psoriasis, we have your Solution.
After getting breakouts under control, we’re often left with dark or textured post-blemish marks. Learn about what acne scarring is, why using Retinol can help and what strength of Retinol you should be using.
Not as well-known as Hyaluronic Acid, Polyglutamic Acid ("PGA"), is believed to have 4x greater moisture retaining benefits than HA. If you have dull, dry, or dehydrated skin, you should consider incorporating Polyglutamic Acid into your skincare recipe.