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- dehydrated skin
- dry hair
- dry skin
- dull skin
- fine lines and wrinkles
- flakey scalp
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- hair loss
- hair volume
- improve skin texture
- itchy scalp
- oily scalp
- oily skin
- sensitive skin
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- undereye puffiness
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions around skin dryness which is not quite as simple as just a lack of water. Skin dryness is classified more as skin type as opposed to dehydration which is more of a skin state resulting from external factors and requires a different approach of care. Find out more and what INKEY products target dry and damaged skin.
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.
Our bestselling and award-winning Hyaluronic Acid Serum works across multiple layers of the skin, which also helps plump, smooth, and reduce the appearance of fine lines. Now the only question is… what’s the best way to get the most out of this hydrating hero?
Our Polyglutamic Acid Serum is a powerful hydrator for the skin's surface, locking in moisture and helping the skin appear instantly smoother. In fact, it can hold 4x more moisture than Hyaluronic Acid—so it’s a must for dry skin, especially in the winter.
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.
If you’re using hydrating products and not seeing results for dry skin, there are numerous reasons why this could be happening. Let’s take a look at the 5 best ingredients for dry 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.
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.
For some, emulating the glowing, radiant look can feel impossible, especially if you experience dryness, dullness, or blemishes. However, at the core of glowing skin is a good, comprehensive skincare routine built around effective cleansing, suitable treatments, and comforting nourishment.
What if one product could totally transform your skin? Even better, what if it could do it in 30 days? Meet the $11.49 best-selling Hyaluronic Acid Serum.
At the INKEY List, we say Hyaluronic Acid is a must have ingredient because it is the foundation hydration ingredient. If your skin is hydrated, it can effectively absorb more products you layer on top and have a bigger impact on the skin. We are here to discuss the pros and cons, as well as assessing if it all it’s cracked up to be, with INKEY co-founder Mark Curry, digital creator Nadine Baggott and Dr Adeline Kikam. Here’s everything you need to know…
Stressed out skin can manifest in many ways, unfortunately. As stress can impact the skin’s natural protective barrier, there can be signs of dryness and dehydration, as well as inflammation and itchiness. You might also notice everything from pigmentation to dullness, and of course, there is the chance breakouts may appear. Learn what you can do to target stressed skin and what INKEY product are best suited to calming stressed skin.
Dehydration is incredibly common, but many find it hard to distinguish and thus to treat effectively. Our simple guide explains everything you need to know about dehydrated skin, in easy-to-understand, bite size pieces of information.
It’s a term often connected to ingredients like collagen and peptides but what is ‘plump’ skin and why do we want it? Plump skin can be regarded as well-hydrated, firm with a natural fullness, roundness and bounciness. Its decline can be considered a sign of ageing and can also affect the brightness, texture and tone. Learn more about how to get plump skin, the best INKEY List products to support the production of elastin and collagen whilst giving hydration and other tips to help plump your skin.
Hyaluronic acid is a powerful hydrator found naturally in the skin. It acts as a magnet for moisture drawing it in from the air around to plump, hydrate and brighten.