The Ordinary Acids

The Ordinary Acid Collection

There are 8 acids in The Ordinary Collection.  You can read more about each product, their targets, when and how to use further down.  It´s really important to follow the instructions as Deciem advises and the use of sun protection is vital when using these products.

*Clicking on the products will take you directly through to Deciem

AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution £6.30 Buy Now

    • Dullness
    • Texture irregularities
  • When & How: PM only.  Apply to dry skin avoiding eyes.  Leave for no more than 10 minutes once or twice a week. Rinse with lukewarm water avoiding contact with eyes.

Alpha Lipoic Acid 5% £5.90 Buy Now

    • Antioxidant support
    • Lackluster skin
    • Signs of ageing
  • 2 or 3 drops over entire face only 2-3 times a week
  • When & How: PM, 2-3 times a week
  • Solution: Anhydrous

Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% £5.50 Buy Now

  • Brightens
  • Evens skintone
  • Textural Irregularities
  • Antioxidant Support
  • When & How: PM after water solutions
  • Solution: Emulsion

Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution £6.80  Buy Now

    • Brightens skin
    • Radiant even tone
  • Use PM after cleanse, before moisturisers
  • When & How: PM After cleansing, before serums
  • Solution: Water

Lactic Acid 5% + HA £5.50 Lactic Acid Buy Now

    • Fine lines
    • Texture irregularities
  • Evens tone
  • When & How: PM.  First layer followed by creams / oils
  • Solution: Water

Lactic Acid 10% + HA £5.80 Buy Now

  • Fine lines
  • Texture irregularities
  • Evens tone
  • When & How: PM. First layer followed by creams / oils
  • Solution: Water

Mandelic Acid 10% + HA £5.80 Buy Now

  • Dullness
  • Uneven Tone
  • Textural irregularities
  • When & How: PM, before creams / oils
  • Solution: Water

Salicylic Acid 2% Solution £4.20 Buy Now

  • Flights acne
  • Evens skintone
  • Spot treatment or entire face
  • When & How: AM & PM After cleansing, before creams
  • Solution: Water

The Ordinary & Deciem Chat Room

We have hundreds of posts about The Ordinary Acids in the Facebook Group by all the members who all have different skin types and concerns.  It´s a great place to come and talk and see which acid is best for you and your skin.