The Inkey List Singapore Reviews 2020

The Ordinary taught the world that premium ingredients can be affordable. We’re telling the world how to use these ingredients. We just happen to be affordable.”

The Inkey List is a UK-based brand which was launched last year is all the rage right now, selling one product every 30 seconds. The compact 19-product skincare range hell highlights just one key active ingredient for each product. Most of their products are priced below SGD 23.

The Inkey List Singapore review


The Inkey List Reviews in Singapore

Here's a curated collection of The Inkey List reviews in Singapore:

"The Inkey List's Niacinamide serum lived up to my expectations. It reduced the oiliness of my skin and redness from retinoids." - Dr Rachel Ho

The Inkey List Bakuchiol Review by Dr Rachel Ho - "Possibly a non-irrtating anti-aging moisturiser for sensitive and dry skin type. The Inkey List's Bakuchiol moisturiser was lacklustre for me."


The Inkey List vs The Ordinary

The Inkey List vs The Ordinary
Credit: drrachelho.com

According to Dr Rachel Ho:

Both The Inkey List and The Ordinary have very similar ethos - single ingredient products; simple packaging and pocket friendly prices. For similar prices, I prefer The Ordinary's packing. The Ordinary's serums come in dropper bottles and this allows the products to be dispensed in an easier and more controlled manner. The Inkey List's products come in plastic bottles and tubes that feel cheaper.

The Inkey List has a couple more innovative and interesting ingredients in their skincare lineup - polyglutamic acid, PHA, probiotics and Q10. The Ordinary's lineup focuses on more familiar tried and tested skincare ingredients.


Where to Buy The Inkey List in Singapore?

The Inkey List is available at all Sephora stores and online marketplaces like Lazada Singapore:

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