The Inkey List just released a new $11 skin-brightening cleanser

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It’s no secret that one of the integral parts of any skin care routine is cleansing. At the end of a long day, nothing’s more important than washing away all of the bacteria, sunscreen buildup and sweat that accumulated on your face.

To get things rolling, it’s important to invest in a quality face cleanser that won’t strip your skin and, most important, washes away any impurities. And The Inkey List‘s latest product proves that you don’t need to break the bank to snag a quality option.

The affordable skin care brand recently launched its new $11 Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser that does more than simply cleanse — and shoppers already say it “works wonders.”

Shop: The Inkey List Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser, $10.99

Credit: Sephora

What is Fulvic Acid?

So, you’re probably wondering what exactly is Fulvic Acid. According to the skin care brand, Fulvic Acid is a natural exfoliating ingredient from Finland. Unlike other popular acids used in skincare, Fulvic acid is organic.

The Inkey List’s Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser gently cleanses the skin while also removing makeup and sunscreen.

The organically-derived Fulvic Acid in this cleanser helps exfoliate the skin gently, revealing a brighter, more radiant-looking complexion.

Is this product “clean?”

This powerhouse cleanser is vegan, gluten-free, cruelty-free and is best for folks with dry, combination and normal skin. It also works well for people who suffer from dullness and uneven texture and for those who love “clean” beauty, it boasts the coveted Clean at Sephora label.

Credit: Sephora

After just launching on February 23, 2021, The Inkey List Fulvic Acid Brightening Cleanser already has a large following on Sephora. With over 1,900 loves and a 98 percent recommendation rate, it’s on track to become yet another best seller for the brand.

What are shoppers saying about this cleanser?

One five-star reviewer who noted that it “works wonders” reassured that it has “no harsh smell” and “leaves the skin looking radiant.”

A first-time Inkey List user was “pleasantly surprised” after seeing how well the cleanser removed makeup on its own.

“I haven’t tried this product line before, so [I] didn’t know much about it,” the shopper wrote. “It made my face feel clean and effectively removed my makeup.”

Also, having used this cleanser myself, I can attest that it’s become one of my favorites from the Inkey List’s entire lineup. This cleanser did not strip my dry skin and actually left my skin feeling supple and plump after washing.

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