the Inkey List Symbright moisturizer

Today I’d like to talk about the Inkey List Symbright moisturizer. Some time ago I’ve seen it everywhere on my feed so I’ve decided to try it out.

The key ingredients are: 2% of Kakadu plum, 1% of the red algae complex, and 0.5% of Symbright®. The Kakadu plum is a rich source of vitamin C, the red algae complex has potent hydrating properties and the Symbright® is a patented complex derived from plant clary sage. It helps brighten and improve skin tone.

Symbright moisturizer ingredients list, source: the Inkey List website

The Symbright moisturizer has a lovely, silky lightweight texture and absorbs almost immediately. It has some kind of shimmer inside (mica) but it’s not too visible on the face, it just gives a nice dewy effect. And that’s all. I haven’t noticed any spectacular brightening effects. A big minus point is a scent. It smells like a hydrogen peroxide solution. It goes away quickly but it’s not pleasant at all.

Overall, I have mixed feelings. I’ve expected something more after reading all the positive reviews. It is not a bad product but it’s not spectacular either. I think that it is OK as a basic daily moisturizer. It also works well as a makeup primer.

The Symbright moisturizer is available through the Inkey List store. It cost €11.99. Have you ever tried this one? Let me know what do you think about it.

See also:

The Inkey List Oat cleansing balm

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