The Truth About The Ordinary | Part 2

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  1. I just ordered the Badger Balm sunscreen spf30 and now I’m looking for an anti-oxidant serum. Dr. Youn recommended Vitamin C and Retinol serums. Would you recommend the Vitamin C serum from the Ordinary? Or is the Coffee one better?

  2. I'm getting to know you and your Channel and i like it more and more…
    The Ordinary products I use and love as a support for more "classical" skincare tools (to me they're the best of the brand) are: AHA BHA exfolliant, powdered ascorbic acid, 5% retinoids in squalane, niacinamide and zinc serum, the buffet serum, the caffeine solution… I Just miss the ferulic acid and the I'm done…
    What do you guys use the most?

  3. the squalane cleanser is supposed to be used as a first cleanse you use it on DRY skin and it melts into an oil and then you add water to emulsify it and rinse it off then you follow up with a second different cleanser

  4. hylauronic acid is baaaaaaad look at what the high priestess of skincare Dr Shereene Idriss has to say on it. No disrespect Hyram, I think most dermatologists are just realising it's not good

  5. Can anyone advise me please . I want to start a skincare routine. Im 33 years old I have a normal to dry skin (dry T zone) and some large pores on the cheeks. No acne for now. Which product can I use??

  6. In my country theres this salmon dna marine collagen elixir. My mom want to start using anti aging serum, should she use Buffet or this Salmon DNA marine collagen elixir?

  7. So I’ve been using the niacinamide powder in conjunction with the niacinamide serum and a toner that has niacinamide …. for like ?6 months now? Or longer. Idk I love it. My skin is better than ever before and it works for me.
    Also I used to use pure rosehip oil from ordinary as my moisturizer but I prefer the one from Acure. I ran out and at the moment im using Camelina oil because it’s non comedogenic and will not cause fungal acne and a very moisturizing oil. Been using that for a month and it hasn’t given me any issues and fixed my fine lines on my forehead cause of how hydrating it is 🙂 hope this helps someone!

  8. I gotta say, most people expect gen z to be attracted to what's easy to understand (probably because people think phone bad book good, and so they're less smart because of technology?) but imo, gen z are some of the most critical people towards ads and what a product claims to do. So many bullshit products have been shoved in their faces, with buzzwords and bright coloured marketing. Honestly it makes sense that Gen Z are the ones who love ordinary, and choose to learn what the ingredients all do!

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