Primark have launched a new active skincare range with some of the beauty industry's most popular ingredients.
Retinol, Vitamin C, Rosehip Oil and Hyaluronic Acid all make an appearance on the lineup, which is simply called PS... Skin+ and makes for a very affordable addition to your skincare routine, with prices starting at just £2.50 and the majority priced at £3.50.
Most of the serums in the range are priced at £3.50, with the niacinamide powder coming in at just £2.50. The most expensive product in the range is the 10% Matrixyl Multi Peptides Serum, coming in at £6.
The range is reminiscent of skincare brand The Ordinary, which also focuses on active ingredients to target specific skincare concerns, and has a similar minimalist packaging.
While we've not tested the products ourselves, Primark customers have written some glowing reviews on the brand's Instagram page, in particular when it comes to the Hyaluronic Acid serum.
One customer wrote under a post about the range, "I usually use more expensive skin care but started using Primark products about a year ago. My skin looks just as good and my purse feels much better! Thank-you so much."
While another said, "I'm currently using the hyaluronic serum and the caffeine eye serum and they are both fabulous."
The full range of PS... Skin+ skincare from Primark includes:
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Lactic Acid
- Multi Peptides
- Salicylic Acid
- Tiger Grass
- Vitamin C
This isn't Primark's first foray into skincare, having previously partnered with skincare guru and beauty editor Alessandra Steinherr on a range of skincare essentials, which was a sell-out success.
The PS... Skin+ range is made up of 20 different products spotlighting different active ingredients and is available to buy in store, with prices ranging from £2.50 to £6.
While you can't buy the products online, the Primark website has a handy store locator, which will tell you where the products are available online.
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