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The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm

I’ve only ever tried four or five The Inkey List products, but I really like the look of the The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm which is one of their most recent new skincare launches. Cleansing balms are my favourite, so I was interested to see what the claims and ingredients were like.

The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm

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The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm

Discover The INKEY List Oat Cleansing Balm, is a luxurious cleansing balm, the first step in a routine to reduce redness. With soothing colloidal oatmeal and ceramides to strengthen your skin’s natural protective barrier, you’ll gently dissolve makeup and excess oil without stripping sensitive, irritated skin of the moisture it needs.

Oat kernel oil, a natural antioxidant, fights environmental stress for dewy, even skin with continued use. You’ll love how expensive it feels (without breaking the bank), but you’ll love how healthy your skin feels even more.

The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm
Directions

Use AM and PM. Gently massage a small amount onto dampened face and neck. Rinse thoroughly with water. Follow with preferred serums and moisturiser.

The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm

The The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm is £9.99 and contains 150ml of product in a monochrome plastic tube. The balm has a golden colour, with a thinner consistency than most cleansing balms because it can be squeezed out of a tube. Many cleansing balms are thick, and come in pots or jars.

The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm

I really like products which contain colloids oatmeal, as it works wonders on my skin if it’s been particularly reactive. If you have dry and flaky skin, colloidal oatmeal is your friend, and for under £10, the The Inkey List Oat Cleansing Balm sounds like a great budget friendly cleanser.

BUY HERE: Sephora / Cult Beauty / Boots / Feelunique / Beauty Expert / HQ Hair 

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