Three years ago, the arrival of skincare brand The Ordinary proved a gamechanger for skincare aficionados offering holy grail ingredients like retinol and vitamin C for less than a fiver.
Like-minded players then started to blaze the same trail with Beauty Pie, GOW and The Inkey List all offering impressive skincare ranges at around the £10 mark. Products took pride of place in every discerning woman’s bathroom cabinet quicker than you could say ‘hyaluronic acid.’
It was only a matter of time, then, before a new budget-friendly range landed on the beauty block. Enter Q+A skincare, the ‘cheap as chips’ skincare brand with impressive eco-credentials to boot. Oh and did we mention that they also tailor a regime to