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The Inkey List has proved to be a huge hit with customers ever since it first launched in 2018, and now two years later its haircare range is available to buy in the UK.
The Inkey List hair and scalp range dropped on Cult Beauty on June 4, and within two weeks one unit has sold every two minutes on the online retailer, a spokesperson for the brand has confirmed.
The beauty brand prides itself on its simple formula, as each product is made from few ingredients so shoppers know exactly what they are using on their locks.
What we love most is The Inkey List’s latest drop is cruelty free and free from “nasties” such as silicones, sulphates, phthalates, SLS, mineral, fragrance and alcohol.
The eight-piece collection includes Amino Acid Anti-Gray Scalp Treatment and Salicylic Acid Exfoliating Scalp Treatment, which targets flaky scalp.
While its Caffeine Stimulating Scalp Treatment and Vitamin C Brightening Hair Treatment boosts hair growth, which is ideal for those suffering from hair loss, and leaves your tresses looking glossy.
The range, which retails between £7.99 and £14.99, also features products for frizzy hair, as well as curly locks.
The highly-coveted items can be used on their own as a leave in treatment, or used alongside your shampoo or conditioner, similar to a supplement, as a booster in your haircare regime.
For those who suffer from dry and damaged hair, are looking for a product to add volume, or tame frizzy strays, The Inkey List has something for everyone.
But there are four products in particular that have been hugely popular with customers already.