The Inkey List, known best for making accessible, affordable beauty products with clear ingredient lists for consumers, has recently stepped up its accessibility game with several new offerings in a range dubbed SuperSolutions.
“We know how important it is that skin care is both enjoyable and easy to use. Just because people have persistent acne doesn’t mean they should be locked out of the world of luxury skincare. Just because they have excessively oily or dry skin shouldn’t mean they can’t find skincare that works with make-up. We want to help people target these concerns and make it a pleasurable experience. No more, thick, clogging creams or sticky drying formulas, and they look great in any bathroom cabinet. Bye-bye stigma, hello luxury skin care,” said the skin care line’s founders Colette Laxton and Mark Curry at the line’s recent launch event in Manhattan.
Avoiding reoccurring skin care concerns, such as dryness, is another reason behind SuperSolutions. For instance, the range’s cleanser features ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide to help with acne treatment and also glycerin to help combat the drying side effects of benzoyl peroxide, ensuring a skin-loving formulation.
The products were developed in conjunction with a team of dermatologists and skin care experts across the U.K. and U.S. The team included Dr. Cristina Psomadakis, Dr. Adeline Kikam and Dr. Kemi Fabusiwa.
Everything in the range sells for less than $25. Product include a 5% Benzoyl Peroxide Cleanser ($17.99), 1% Retinol Serum ($24.99), 20% Niacinamide Serum ($17.99), 10% Urea Moisturizer ($19.99), and 10% Azelaic Acid Serum ($17.99).
The SuperSolutions items are available on The Inkey List’s website and via Sephora’s websites and brick-and-mortar locations beginning September 20.