The Inkey List haircare collection is here

Phoebe-Jane Lee
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From Good Housekeeping

The Inkey List have a simple theme at their core: to bust beauty jargon. The range shot to popularity in 2018, with consumers enjoying their accessible, easy-to-use and affordable products.

Their single ingredient focused products and transparency brought science into dialogue for the skincare consumer, even for those that switch off at the word 'molecule'. Powerhouse ingredients, such as hyaluronic, salicylic and glycolic acids, became more of the norm than the niche in shopper's routines.

The brand have now decided to translate the same ethos into haircare. In their much anticipated range, you'll find hair and scalp care with the same ingredient-based science. Who knew hyaluronic acid was also fantastic for your scalp?

Here we run through the new range and tell you everything you need to know about The Inkey List hair products.

Salicylic Acid Exfoliating Scalp Treatment


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BUY NOW The INKEY List Salicylic Acid Exfoliating Scalp Treatment, £11.99

What does it do?

Salicylic acid is one of the most impactful chemical exfoliants for your skin. Turns out, it is for the scalp, too. According to the brand, this lightweight serum will gently slough away dead, flaky skin cells. It will also help to balance excess oil, while balancing redness and soothing irritation.

Who is it for?

Those with hair prone to excess shine and a flaky, dry scalp.

How do I use it?

The brand recommend using this product pnce or twice per week as a pre-shampoo treatment. Massage into scalp, and wait 10 minutes before rinsing.

Caffeine Stimulating Scalp Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Caffeine Stimulating Scalp Treatment, £14.99

What does it do?

The range's Caffeine Eye Cream works to awaken the skin, while this product works to awaken the scalp. The hair loss reduction serum could be ideal for those with thinning hair. Brand studies have shown caffeine to stimulate the scalp's stem cells, helping to reduce hair loss and promote growth and thickness.

Who is it for?

Those concerned with hair loss and thinning.

How do I use it?

Apply to a dry scalp and leave it on overnight to work its magic. Rinse in the morning, and wash hair as normal.

Amino Acid Anti Gray Scalp Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Amino Acid Anti Grey Scalp Treatment, £14.99

What does it do?

This clever serum helps to 'restore and reactivate pigment', according to the brand. The 1% Darkenyl (an ingredient patented by the brand) reactivates pigment in the follicle, to help reduce and prevent grey hair. You can also expect hair to be rehydrated and conditioned.

Who is it for?

If you're wanting to conceal grey hair, this one is for you.

How do I use it?

Use every night over a four month period, applying to dry scalp at night. Wash out in the morning.

Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Hair Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Hair Treatment, £9.99

What does it do?

Turns out, the wonderful, plumping and hydrating qualities of this acid also work on your hair! The most universal treatment in the range, this lightweight serum will help reduce frizz and hydrate dry tresses. It also promises not to weigh down strands, either.

Who is it for?

The serum was created for all hair types, but frizzy, dry, brittle hair will see most benefits.

How do I use it?

Use this treatment as you would an oil. Massage 1-2 pumps into hands and run through damp or dry mid-lengths to ends.

Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment, £9.99

What does it do?

Packed full of peptides, this serum is a dream for those with fine hair. The peptides help add a generous dose of volume to thin strands, as well as providing a gentle conditioning. Brand research found that the serum increases the diameter of individual strands overtime, helping to achieve thicker, more lustrous locks.

Who is it for?

This serum is great for those concerned with hair thinning and lack of volume.

How do I use it?

Use this treatment as you would an oil. Massage 1-2 pumps into hands and run through damp or dry mid-lengths to ends.

Chia Seed Curl Defining Hair Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Chia Seed Curl Defining Hair Treatment, £7.99

What does it do?

We know chia seeds are great in our smoothies, but turns out, they're great in our hair, too. This is a delicious, featherlight cream. You can expect it to enhance waves, kinks and curls - it is said to help boost curl longevity and hold, and provide more curl definition.

Who is it for?

Those with waves, kinks and curls: soft, coiled, bouncy, kinked.

How do I use it?

Massage 1-2 pumps into hands and run through damp or dry mid-lengths to ends.

Vitamin C Brightening Hair Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Vitamin C Brightening Hair Treatment, £9.99

What does it do?

This skincare ingredient is heralded for it's brightening and antioxidant properties. And how does that translate into hair, you wonder? In a similar way. This is a glossy serum that will help to revive dull and damaged hair. Expect glossy gorgeousness.

Who is it for?

Anyone who wishes for glossier, brighter hair.

How do I use it?

Use this treatment as you would an oil. Massage 1-2 pumps into hands and run through damp or dry mid-lengths to ends.

Shea Oil Nourishing Hair Treatment

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BUY NOW The INKEY List Shea Oil Nourishing Hair Treatment, £9.99

What does it do?

A classic, conditioning hair oil. Packed full of Shea and Jojoba, this oil aids hydration and helps to nourishes brittle, dry strands.

Who is it for?

Anyone! This oil is suitable for all hair types.

How do I use it?

Massage 1-2 pumps into hands and run through damp or dry mid-lengths to ends.

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