About two years ago budget brand The Ordinary gained momentum, and quite quickly too. Everyone was talking about them and it seemed that anyone who tried their products, loved them, and couldn’t get enough of them. They have an extensive range of products for all different skin types, concerns et al.
They have some make up products, but so far their only make up items are foundations and primers. According to their website they have some watercolours coming soon, they will have both matte and non-matte formulations of them.
I finally bit the bullet earlier this year and decided to try the Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil.
It sounded pretty amazing, so I thought for £9 why not give it a go. Facial oils are something I love to use so it is unsurprising that I chose an oil for my first product from The Ordinary.
I have been using this for around six weeks and like to use it every three days. Sometimes I mix one drop with my foundation for extra glow.
It has helped to even my skin tone and brighten my complexion along with hydrating my skin. It absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave a greasy film on my skin.
It’s very lightweight. I was concerned this would fee heavy, greasy and uncomfortable. The oil comes in a brown glass bottle with a dropper.
If you would like to purchase this product you can do so from Cult Beauty or from The Ordinary directly where is it €9.80 so slightly cheaper than Cult Beauty (excluding shipping charges). For €9 / £9 you really can’t go wrong at all. This is a great product and one I would recommend trying out.
Have you tried anything from The Ordinary?
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