- 75% of the Deciem Addicts love Azelaic Acid
- 71% of the Deciem Addicts
- Helps Uneven Skin Tone
- Textural Irregularities
- Antioxidant Support
The Ordinary Azelaic Acid reviews by the moderators of the Facebook Group and the Deciem Addicts.
- What is The Ordinary Azelaic Acid and what does it do?
- When and how do I use Azelaic Acid?
- Which products conflict with Azelaic Acid?
- The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Reviews
- Azelaic Acid FAQS
- Similar products to Azelaic Acid.
- Price of Azelaic Acid 6.90$ US/CA/ 7.20€ / 13.90$AUD
- Ask Deciem for a regimen
What Is The Ordinary Azelaic Acid & What Does It Do?
Deciem´s simple explanation. For inexperienced users of direct acids, Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% is an excellent choice. Azelaic Acid is naturally produced by the skin’s microbiome and can also be found in grains. It is a multi-functional support ingredient for all skin types (including sensitive skin) that acts as an effective antioxidant while visibly targeting uneven tone, textural irregularities and the look of blemishes.
When and how do I use The Ordinary Azelaic Acid?
When: It is suggested that Azelaic Acid should only be used in the evening, however, there are regimens that suggest using it in the morning. If you´re going to use this during the day, make sure you avoid direct sunlight and use a really good SPF.
How: Azelaic Acid should be applied after your water-based products. Deciem have often mentioned to people to apply this before moisturiser, but they have also mentioned to people to use this after. See what works for you and your skin if you´re using both.
Which Products Conflict With The Ordinary Azelaic Acid?
Deciem say to avoid using the following products in the same routine, You can alternate your products morning/evening.
- Direct Acids
- Deciem also advises to avoid using retinol and pure vitamin c in the same routine to avoid irritation. See their response below.
- Have all look at this chart with all The Ordinary products you can and cannot use together.
This is the response from Deciem about mixing Acids & Peptides.
Our rule against combining strong antioxidants only applies to our products containing copper peptides. We would not recommend combining direct acids with peptides due to the susceptibility of peptides to hydrolysis (which breaks the bonds between peptides, reducing their efficacy and making them into individual amino acids). At low pH, the peptides undergo processes such as deamidation (the removal of an amide group) and oxidation, which compromise the activity of the peptides.
Having said that, if you have previously combined peptides with acids and have not experienced any negative side effects or discoloration, you may continue to combine the two products as so as the combination does not pose any potential harm. Our recommendations are meant to serve as a preventative measure to avoid any incompatibility between those combinations and also because skin tolerance in subjective.
The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Reviews
Rachel @beautyandtheballroom says: Azelaic Acid is probably my favourite product by the Ordinary, being the one that’s made the most visible difference to my skin. It’s helped to clear spots and uneven texture from my chin and also helped to improve pigmentation on my forehead. This is the one product I wouldn’t want to run out of! 😀
Jess @sk.insta.story Azelaic Acid is my favourite discovery from The Ordinary. Is a fantastic exfoliator and clears texture up like no other product I have ever used. I will never be without it. I also always have 1 or 2 spares of this in my stash to make sure I never run out.
Reviews by the Deciem Addicts
Here are just some of the reviews by the Deciem Addicts. You can read more and leave your own review here.
SM says: I would prefer a little stronger percentage of the AA and of course no silicone 🙂 I use it for my decollete, where I used to have red pigmentation and pimples, for the face I use AA without silicone, this combo works good for me 🙂
JB says: I love this sooo much. It is gentle on the skin but very effective. It gives immediate results. I use this together with vitamin C and it works wonders 👏👏 my skin looks smoother, brighter and my redness patches are gone the day after. This is one of my ride and die products. 5/5
CG says: Love it, gives a nice smooth texture and reduces my redness. I find I need to wait a while before applying it after other products as it can pill. Would also like a higher strength. 3.5/5
EKR says: I like azealic acid and had good results for improving skin texture and hyperpigmentation. I rate it 4/5, the only downside being the silicone. This makes it difficult to layer with other products. I have recently swapped from the ordinary to the garden of wisdom Azealic acid as it is silicone free so easier to incorporate into my routine.
THG says: I would give it a 6! I use you at night especially after an AHA peel! You have helped me with my years of acne scarring! If what I have read is accurate the skin heals while it is at rest, you need this! Use at night! This is a must have!
MA says: Has the tendency to pill, I think due to the silicone. Feels nice though I don’t think it’s doing much for my PIH on my Medium skin tone. Been using for a couple months now. 3/5
NA says: Not strength enough and too much silicones. 3/5, being generous.
Azelaic Acid FAQS
Questions have been found on social media and answered by Deciem.
Can I use the Azelaic Acid with Buffet and Niacinamide? For best results we suggest alternating between Azelaic Acid and “Buffet”. Niacinamide can be used with both solutions.
I´m planning to use Azelaic Acid after the Niacinamide. Should I still apply moisturizer after that? This combination sounds great for your concerns! You may indeed apply a moisturizer after use.
Can Mandelic Acid be used in the same PM routine as Azeliac Acid? We recommend alternating between them to avoid irritation
Can I mix the Azelaic Acid with my moisturizer or do I apply it before or after moisturizer? You may wish to apply the moisturizer before the Azelaic Acid.
Can I layer Azelaic Acid with Ascorbic acid 8%+AA 2%? Ideally the two should be used separately to avoid irritation.
I can use Azelaic Acid and Magnesium Ascorbyl Glucoside in the same routine? Yes, you can use the Vitamin C derivatives.
I use Niacinamide, Azelaic Acid and Rosehip Seed Oil. Is this routine okay and should Azelaic come last? Looks like a great routine! Oils should be applied before suspensions.
Final Thoughts On The Ordinary Azelaic Acid
It’s clear to see that 75% of the Deciem Addicts love Azelaic Acid and 71% have seen an improvement in their skin. 73% of the Deciem Addicts had no issues using this product and 67% of the Deciem Addicts will repurchase.