Few brands have revolutionized the way we shop for skin care the way The Ordinary has. Before the Canadian brand blessed us with the best The Ordinary products, accessibility khổng lồ cheap, high-quality options had mostly been restricted lớn makeup. Even with so much innovation among drugstore skin-care brands, few affordable finds really rival what luxury serums and moisturizers have to lớn offer.

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That’s why buzz for the best The Ordinary products (like this TikTok-beloved peeling solution) refuses to lớn die down. The brand takes a clinical, science-based approach lớn skin care and specializes in single-ingredient-driven products that deliver targeted results. The best part? Nothing costs more than $30. In fact, the majority of it clocks in for less than $10. This is largely in part thanks lớn The Ordinary’s dedication khổng lồ transparency, resulting in prices that aren’t significantly marked up.

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But despite its low price point, the brand can be intimidating. Because the names of the products refer khổng lồ skin-care ingredients–not the results they promise—they all sound lượt thích something out of an advanced medical textbook. And you’re left trying to decipher what the hell ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate (a vitamin C derivative) or epigallocatechin gallatyl glucoside (an anti-inflammatory compound in green tea) does. That’s where we come in. 

Our editors went through hundreds of dollars of The Ordinary skin-care products khổng lồ help explain the cryptic descriptions of each & to narrow down what’s actually worth adding to your top shelf. Read on for our honest đánh giá of the best The Ordinary products.

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I read the internet, so I know properly moisturized skin depends on more than just a nice lotion. For true, deep moisture, you’re supposed lớn use a serum or an acid that can penetrate deeper than your standard emollient. Enter hyaluronic acid, which I’ve wanted to use for months but have never purchased because the one time I went into a store (which shall remain nameless) to shop for one, a woman there recommended a brand that retailed for $185. No! So I jumped at the chance to demo this serum that includes vitamin B5 (an anti-inflammatory that can help decrease puffiness), which costs less than $10. I’ve used it for about three weeks and don’t know if I’ve detected a major difference in the texture of my skin, but I have benefited from the serious glow it imparts. It leaves my face dewy but not oily. I lượt thích the finish so much I’ve skipped makeup for most of the month. —Mattie Kahn, contributor