The Inkey List’s new $10 retinol eye cream may rival its current cult favorite product

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The Inkey List has quickly become a customer favorite in the skincare community, with shoppers routinely going to the brand for affordable and effective skincare solutions.

One of the most praised products in its current range is the Caffeine Eye Cream which shoppers raved “works better than any expensive eye cream.” Most recently, they’ve added a new Retinol Eye Cream to the roster and it appears that it’s firmly on track to becoming yet another win for the beloved brand.

Shop: The Inkey List Retinol Eye Cream, $9.99

Initially launched in mid-February, the new product sees the company expand its eye cream range with this addition that’s specifically formulated for nighttime use.

The Inkey List detailed the product to In The Know as a “gentle but effective nightly eye treatment that reduces fine lines and wrinkles” with its Sephora description adding that it gives “extra support to your most fragile skin.”

While many shoppers steer away from incorporating retinol and retinoid-centric products into their skincare routines due to the likely irritation/purging period that may occur, this product features vegan and cruelty-free ingredients that the brand says “helps to avoid irritation.” This reportedly gentler effect is achieved due to the product’s slow-release formula.

Further validating its cruelty-free formulation, The Inkey List’s Retinol Eye Cream is certified Clean at Sephora, aligning with the rest of its product range.

Though launching less than a month ago, the eye cream has already amassed over 2,000 “loves” on Sephora, with one early shopper even dubbing it a “gamechanger.”

Shop the new product above!

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