Sunday, 27 May 2018

Skincare Sunday | The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA 2%


Today's skincare Sunday is from the hyped up brand The Ordinary, i'll be reviewing  The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10% + HA 2%, let's see what I thought of the product.

What does the product claim?

This is what Cult beauty have to say about this product; 'Offering gentle – yet extraordinary – exfoliation with lactic acid (an alpha hydroxyl acid) this lightweight serum stimulates cell regeneration to reduce pigmentation, diminish acne scars and age spots and improve overall skin texture. Don’t be perturbed by the irritation often associated with acid use – The Ordinary’s Lactic Acid 10% + HA contains purified Tasmanian pepperberry to reduce signs of inflammation and soothe the sensitivity sometimes caused by exfoliation. Also enhanced with heroic hydrating ingredient hyaluronic acid, this super-charged serum strengthens the lipid barrier to improve the skin’s ability to attract and retain moisture.' (source Cult Beauty)

Price

£5.80 for 30ml

Packaging

Just like any Ordinary product it comes in a frosted class container with a pipette dispenser.

Where to purchase

You can purchase this product from; Asos, Cult beauty, Feel unique, Look Fantastic, Beauty Bay or The ordinary directly. 

How to use

I used this product in two ways both in the evening after cleansing. The first method was putting a few drops on a cotton pad then wiping across the face and the second method was applying directly to the face. My favourite method was using directly. 

Overall Opinion 

Overall I loved this product and especially for the price, it gives instant results and fades away any pigmentation. It does have a funny smell, but sinks into skin straight away, it does leave skin a bit red but nothing a good night cream wouldn't sort out. There is two strengths 10% and 5%, I went for the 10% as I don't have sensitive skin. Overall highly recommend this product and will be repurchasing. 

Thank you for reading
Love
Hannah
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