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The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

I’m always up for trying anything new from The Inkey List, and the Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment has been revealed as their latest launch, and I just can’t wait to try it.

My favourite blemish treatment from Vichy was discontinued this year and the replacement was rubbish, so I have high hopes that this The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment might be the perfect replacement..

BUY HERE: Sephora / Selfridges / Cult Beauty

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

Skincare fans are always excited whenever The Inkey List have a new product launch, but the Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment sounds like a really impressive skincare treatment for banishing blemishes. 

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment is a targeted treatment which can be applied both morning and night, with a non-drying formula thanks to hyaluronic acid.

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

Described as being easily-absorbed, and non-greasy, which is suitable for all skin types, but particularly great for those with blemish-prone skin. Working by gently exfoliating dead skin cells, whilst also reducing excess oils without stripping the skin.

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment contains 2% Succinic Acid (which is a bio-based chemical derived from corn) which works to physically reduce the size of your blemishes, whilst 1% salicylic acid unclogs congested pores, exfoliates and calms the skin too. 

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

It also contains 0.4% hyaluronic acid to help reintroduce moisture into the skin to prevent the skin from being dried out, and left looking flaky and irritated.

There’s nothing worse than treating a blemish, and your skin being left peeling or dry, so The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment sounds like the perfect compromise. Offering the blemish busting properties, without depleting the skin of moisture.

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

Does anyone else think the before and after look identical?

Directions

  • Clean the skin thoroughly before applying this product.
  • Cover the entire affected area with a thin layer, one to three times a day.
  • So that you don’t shock your skin with drying ingredients, begin with one application per day, then gradually increase to two to three times daily if needed.

Ingredients

Water (Aqua/Eau), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Colloidal Sulfur, Glycerin, Succinic Acid, Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Salicylic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Squalane, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Polysorbate 60, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Hydroxide, Dehydroacetic Acid, Malachite Extract, Sorbitan Isostearate, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, CI 75810 (Chlorophyllin-Copper Complex).

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment

The Inkey List Succinic Acid Blemish Treatment is just £6.99 and is available right here at Cult Beauty on a waiting list ahead of the full launch.

I think £6.99 is super affordable for a blemish treatment, especially if it delivers on its impressive claims. I can’t wait to try it and see how it compares to other blemish treatments.

BUY HERE: Sephora / Selfridges / Cult Beauty

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