People are going absolutely crazy for the news of the Deciem The Ordinary launch, a collection of very exciting skincare that’s possibly the most affordable of it’s kind – with most products being priced at less than ten pounds, and those that do go over a tenner, only do so by a few pounds. I’m currently trying a few of the products and I can report that they’re every bit as impressive and effective as their much more expensive counterparts. Check out my original post on The Ordinary launch here.
I wanted to flag the fact that there are quite a few new products being launched soon, so if you checked out the first batch and didn’t find anything of interest (which I somehow doubt, but you never know!) then here’s what’s coming:
Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG
100% Organic Cold Pressed Moroccan Argan Oil
Ascorbyl Glucoside Solution 12%
Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate Solution 20% in Vitamin F
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phospate 10%
High-Adherence Silicone Primer
Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA
The new arrivals will mean that The Ordinary is a range containing a lot of takes on the various different ways Vitamin C can work in skincare, and I love the fact that they’ve put together a guide to give you a breakdown of what each Vitamin C product does (joining the original Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2% are the three above that mention “Ascorbyl”) so you can make an informed decision with regards to what product is best suited to your particular skincare requirements. I’m thrilled that they’re putting together such a great collection of Vitamin C products as it’s such a fantastic ingredient that I think most skin types can benefit from, especially since there’ll soon be so many different takes on it available at such a good price! Check out the guide here – link.
Whilst it’s very exciting that the Vitamin C products are coming, how amazing does the Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA sound?! I need this in my life! I’m also pretty excited by the fact that they’ve added another oil as I hope this means they’ll bring a Jojoba Oil to the collection soon too. The new Vitamin C products will be between £7 and £15, the primer will be £3.90 (!!) and the Moisturizing Factors will be £4.90. I’m not sure when they’re launching, but they’re online already (just not ready for order yet) so you can check them out here – link.