The Best The Ordinary Products For Acne Scarring & The Best NIOD Products For Acne Scars & Scarring
One of the most popular questions in The Ordinary & Deciem Chat Room Facebook group is which of The Ordinary and NIOD products are best for acne scarring?
If you´re not already a member of the Facebook Group, come and join us. There´s so much information from all the amazing members sharing their own personal stories. There´s nothing like speaking to people sharing their own personal experiences and what worked for them and what didn´t. If you go to “Topics” and then click “Before & After”, you will see some amazing transformations.
The Deciem Takeover
On July 8th, 2020, we had the pleasure of Deciem answering everyone´s questions in The Ordinary & Deciem Chat Room.
The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension For Acne Scarring
Deciem says: A great place to start for acne scarring is The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% which is a multifunctional brightening direct acid formula that visibly targets uneven tone and textural irregularities and the look of blemishes.
NIOD ELAN Ethylated Ascorbic Acid Network 30% For Acne Scarring.
Deciem says: We would also recommend exploring NIOD Ethylated L-Ascorbic Acid 30% Network (ELAN) which is a highly concentrated serum that combines a 30% concentration of highly-stable Ethylated L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) in an antioxidant network of Superoxide Dismutase, Selenium and Zinc to support a strong fight against oxidation and to visibly target uneven skin tone, dullness, and signs of ageing.
Personalised The Ordinary Skincare Routines
Did you know you can ask Deciem for a personalized routine? Just go to their website and wait for the chatbox to appear. If it doesn’t appear, first try another page, as sometimes it doesn’t show on the Deciem home page. If it still doesn’t appear, they may be offline, or you may need to check your settings/cookies.
In the meantime, take a look at all these personalized Deciem routines for all skin types and concerns that the Deciem Addicts have shared with us in the chat room.
Finding Your Skin Type
More pages you may find useful
- What´s your skin type?
- Pigmentation & melasma
- Rosacea and the best The Ordinary products to use.
- The Ordinary & Tretinoin