I’ve got my current regime in my recent post-https://beautyblogwales.com/2017/03/17/deciemhylamidec25-vitamin-c-booster-review/ See 80 member reviews and photos. (Deciem is the parent company). The Ordinary skincare is effective, cheap and transparent with it’s ingredients. Good luck with your quest x, […] You have Acne– Azeleic Acid is prescribed as an acne treatment, it has anti bacterial and anti inflammatory effects, so Azeleic Acid 10% is a good choice for acne sufferers. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window). +reasonable price The skin under your eyes seems to have improved. They’re totally frank about their ingredients and it’s priced nice and low. What do you think might have help? I have the niacinamide. Very effective acid for your skin at a stellar price. Discover your next HG foundation on this list of our users absolute... More reviews, photos and discussions for Deciem, CICAPLAST BAUME B5 - Multi-Purpose/Soothing Repairing Balm, Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex [REFORMULATED], ADVANCED GÉNIFIQUE YOUTH ACTIVATING SERUM. This is how I felt about each of them after using them thoroughly-. This is my favorite acid treatment by far. AHA was just too intense and burning. I love how healthy your skin looks in the after pictures. Glad you enjoyed the products tho, the before/after blew me away , My skin loves Lactic Acid, its oily as heck though so maybe that’s the difference. It’s been a life changer, check out my Before and After photos. The Ordinary products typically are either water-based or oil-based, and it's important you apply your water-based products first. However I just started Differin gel which is a Retinoid every other day. I did some […], Truly amazing results! It’s been a life changer, check out my Before and After photos. Following my previous post on my The Ordinary Skincare Regime for oily acne prone skin, I return with the results after 5 weeks of solid use with my (embarrassing) before and (impressive) after photos. I was using the Lactic Acid at night, letting it soak in then applying nicotinamide to my oily lower face and the Buffet just under the eyes. I’ve been thinking back and forth on which products to try first, but still not sure on how to incorporate them to my routine.. Will you try their new products? Lactic Acid 10% + HA 2% from The Ordinary is a 10% lactic acid formulation which offers exfoliation for visibly smoother and brighter-looking skin. I couldn’t get on with the Vit C- too gritty. Do you know if it’s okay to use the niacinamide and the Lactic acid on my off days? […]. I have had some breakouts but I think it’s my fault for messing/ using different products. I love acid peels. I’ve already reported Deciem/The Ordinary’s unusual slant on skincare in my last post so I won’t go on about it in great length. Fill in sparse brows and tame the... Our list of 20 red lipsticks has something for beauties of all skin tones. Thank you so much! I also use the Niacinamide at the same time. Do you moisturise after using the lactic acid? The Ordinary regime for my oily acne prone 37 year old skin, The Ordinary Skincare|Acne and Aging Skin Regime  – NiaPattenLooks, New The Ordinary Colours Foundation Sneak Peek – NiaPattenLooks, The Ordinary Acid Skincare Regime for All Skintypes – NiaPattenLooks, The Ordinary Acid Skincare Regime for All Skintypes ⋆ NiaPattenLooks, Which The Ordinary Vitamin C Should I Choose? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I myself tested some of the Ordinary products and didn’t experienced that of a huge difference – the main concerns are however different (not so much blemishes but excessive oiliness, enlarged pores and first apparent wrinkles/lines instead ), Thanks for commenting. So much information thank you. That is a great option to use Vitamin C as a mask, have you noticed any effects? Recently I got the following The Ordinary products, whichi I’m wondering how to fit in my routine: Glycolic acid 7% toning solution, Lactic Acid 10% HA, Hyaluronic Acid 2% B5. I don't think I've ever tried anything that made such an immediate improvement in skin. Avene Cleanance is good stuff, definitely didn’t cause any breakouts or dryness, but it wasn’t curing my acne on its own. The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 2. I use Neostrata physical protection, it’s the only sunscreen that doesn’t break me out, it’s very light x. I think I’m going to give their products a go! P.S. It doesn’t rub in […], […] 5% or 10% Lactic Acid by The Ordinary– good for dry skin particularly as it draws moisture into the skin. Deciem The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA 2%: rated 4 out of 5 on MakeupAlley. I’ve heard azeleic Acid is good. I would also really like some advice on how to lighten the skin above my lips, which is darker even though I waer sunscreen every day. Have a read of my Other The Ordinary post to find out a bit more about the products. I’m sure everything else helps too. Random comment: I think the little wrinkles under your eyes make you look adorable . Here are the all important Before and After photos. I didn’t give it much of a chance. (I'm not sure which would be better?) I apply it with fingers and leave it on all night, my skin hasn’t been irritated at all. The long and short of it is that The Ordinary is a breath of fresh air. Amazing results. The other skincare I was using consisted of Avene Cleanance Face Wash, Avene Cleanance Expert Cream and Soap and Glory Puffy Eye Attack Eye Cream. The texture is greasy and gritty. You should definitely give them a go. or are you washing it off after an amount of time and applying other serums?