Since last year I have been starting to incorporate peptides in my skin routine, so i started trying highly praised products. My first choice was the Hepta- Peptide from the Inkey List, a brand that is very popular as it offers affordable products. I decided to go with this one first and the experience was.. let say, interesting.
Brand: The Inkey List
Country: United Kingdom
Purpose: reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time and hydrates
Main ingredients: Peptides and Squalene
For whom is good: all skin types
Free of: Parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, alcohol or artificial coloring
Cruelty free: Yes
Size: 30 ml
Shelf life: 12 months
Packaging: Plastic bottle with a pump
My opinion: this is one the first product of last year that I could not finish. I think I used half of it. My skin really did not like it. At all. I used it at night and my skin fell dull and opaque. I did not feel soft or hydrated or even brighter. I stopped using of a couple of weeks and my skin was back to its usual self. Then I started again (before I make a proper review, I want to try the product to the full extend). And again, my skin did not react well.
That is when I decided to stop using it. I didn’t see any benefit.
How I used it: I used it on my PM routine after my serums.
How long did it last: 1 month
What I like the most: nothing.
Score: 1/5. Poor performance.
Will I repurchase it: no
Where you can buy it: you can buy directly from The Inkey List page or at any big beauty retailers of your home country.
Have you used any of the products from The Inkey List before?
What has been your experience?
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