THE INKEY LIST’s aim is simple: break through beauty jargon to deliver a straightforward take on skin care’s most-wanted ingredients (at astoundingly reasonable, ‘give-it-a-go’ prices). Harnessing naturally sourced lactic acid derived from milk and fruit sugars, this gently exfoliating serum helps to loosen and remove dead skin cells from your skin’s surface, resulting in increased clarity and a brighter, more even tone (with wrinkles minimised too!)
Starring a natural AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid), THE INKEY LIST’s Lactic Acid Serum is enriched with 10% lactic acid that’s derived from milk and fruit sugars. Applying anything with the word ‘acid’ to your face can sound scary – but here’s why it’s good… Acting as a mild exfoliant, this serum helps to dissolve the bonds binding dead, dulling skin cells to your complexion’s surface, gently loosening and removing them to reveal the brighter, clearer, more even radiance beneath. Gentler than other AHAs, lactic acid has moisturising properties to keep skin smooth and soft – plus, it’s enhanced with 1% hyaluronic acid (this is a low molecular weight to allow it to penetrate skin and provide hydration below the surface). Try this to achieve brighter, more even skin with the appearance of wrinkles reduced.
Use in the PM.
Apply one to two drops to the fingers and gently pat into cleansed skin.
Follow with other serums and moisturisers.
Start with one application every other night and increase to once daily if desired.
Aqua (Water), Lactic Acid, Propanediol, Glycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, PPG-26-Buteth-26, Sodium Hyaluronate, Phenoxyethanol, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Ethylhexylglycerin, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, Agastache Mexicana Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract
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