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The Best Acids from The Ordinary

The Best Acids from The Ordinary

Here are the best, most popular The Ordinary acids voted by The Deciem Addicts in The Ordinary & Deciem Chat Room, the people who have bought, tried and tested.

It ´s so confusing choosing which acid to buy, so hopefully this list of the most popular acids will help you make your decision.

You can find the link to the original poll below and add your own votes and comments.

The Best Ordinary Acids Voted By The Deciem Addicts

No. 1 The Ordinary AHA 30% + BHA

Deciem says: Alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) exfoliate the skin’s topmost surface for a brighter and more even appearance. Beta hydroxy acids (BHA) also exfoliate the skin with an extended function to help clear pore congestion. This combined 32% AHA/BHA solution offers deeper exfoliation to help fight visible blemishes and for improved skin radiance. The formula also improves the appearance of skin texture and reduces the look of fine lines with continued use.

No. 2 The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution

Deciem says: Glycolic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that exfoliates the skin. This 7% toning solution offers mild exfoliation for improved skin radiance and visible clarity. The formula also improves the appearance of skin texture with continued use. 

No. 3 The Ordinary Lactic Acid 10%

Lactic Acid 10%
Lactic Acid 10%

Lactic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that exfoliates the skin. This 10% formulation offers mild exfoliation and is supported with a purified Tasmanian pepperberry known to reduce signs of inflammation and sensitivity that is often associated with exfoliation.

No. 4 The Ordinary Azelaic Acid

Deciem says: Found in grains, Azelaic Acid is produced naturally by yeast that lives on normal skin. It brightens the skin tone while visibly improving the evenness of skin texture and reducing the look of blemishes. It is a multi-functional support ingredient for all skin types and also acts as an effective antioxidant.

No. 5 The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2%

Deciem says: Salicylic Acid is a beta hydroxy acid that exfoliates the skin. This 2% treatment solution helps exfoliate the inside walls of pores to fight the appearance of blemishes and for better visible skin clarity with continued use. 

No. 6 The Ordinary Alpha Lipoic Acid 5%

Alpha Lipoic
Alpha Lipoic

Deciem Says: Alpha Lipoic Acid is a highly potent antioxidant and can restore a renewed skin appearance, improving visible skin texture and tone when applied topically. This formulation uses an exceptionally high 5% concentration of high-purity Alpha Lipoic Acid. 

No. 7 The Ordinary Mandelic Acid

Best Ordinary Acids
Mandelic Acid

Mandelic Acid 10% + HA offers superficial dermal peeling that is gentler than other alpha hydroxy acids. The molecular weight of mandelic acid is 152.1 daltons which is larger than other alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic acid is 76.0 daltons, for example). This larger size allows mandelic acid to penetrate the skin more slowly which in turn makes it very gentle and suitable for all skin types.

No. 8 The Ordinary Lactic Acid 5%

Best Acids The Ordinary
Lactic Acid 5%

Lactic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that exfoliates the skin. This 5% formulation offers very mild exfoliation and is supported with a purified Tasmanian pepperberry known to reduce signs of inflammation and sensitivity that is often associated with exfoliation.

No. 9 The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% Masque

Salicylic Acid 2% Masque is formulated to target lackluster tone and textural irregularities. The formula, infused with charcoal and clays, aims to enhance the appearance of smoothness and clarity, leaving the skin feeling refreshed.

The Ordinary Acid Polls

Here´s the original poll that featured in the Facebook Group. Feel free to add your own votes and comments and come and chat with the #deciemaddicts.

*results on this page may vary slightly as the poll is ongoing.

See the original poll here and add your vote.

See a poll for the best Ordinary products and The Ordinary Acids reviews here.