The Ordinary & Deciem Regimens & Routines

NEW THE ORDINARY REGIMENS! If you’re new to The Ordinary and totally confused, I highly recommend buying a complete regimen. This will save you time, money and a lot of stress.

If you wish to create your own routine, looking through the routines below will give you an excellent idea of products to look for. Don´t forget you can mix it up between the different brands, The Ordinary, Hylamide & NIOD.

Don’t forget to add sun cream at the end of your morning routine!

The Ordinary Regimens – New Regimens

Ask Deciem for a regimen

The Ordinary Routine For Dullness

The Ordinary Dullness Routine

Signs of Ageing Routine

How to use the ordinary

Hydration Routine

Hydration Routine

Signs of Congestion Routine

The Ordinary Routines

Antioxidant Support Routine

Antioxidant Support Routine

Simplistic Routine

Deciem Simplistic Skincare Routine

Sensitivity Routine

Deciem Regimen For Senstivity

Nicola Kilner´s At Home Regimen

Nicola Kilner Routine
Please note that Deciem generally advise not to mix CAIS with NIOD Survival.

The Original Deciem Routines & Regimens

Please note that Deciem now advise against using Niacinamide and Vitamin C including derivatives in the same routine. Always check conflicts before using as they do change.

The Ordinary General Signs of Ageing Regimen

Read more about The Ordinary and signs of ageing and other products/ingredients to use.

Signs of Ageing Regimen
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Buffet
Hyaluronic Acid
SPF
Cleanse
Buffet
Retinoid
Rose Hip Seed Oil

The Ordinary Pigmentation Regimen

Read more about The Ordinary pigmentation and melasma here

The Ordinary Regimen for Pigmentation
Morning Evening
Cleanse
Alpha Arbutin
Niacinamide *
MAP*
SPF
* It now advised to use these in separate routines
Cleanse
Alpha Arbutin
Azelaic Acid

The Ordinary Dehydration Regimen

Read more about The Ordinary and dehydrated skin.

The Ordinary Products for Dehydration
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Hyaluronic Acid
Natural Moisturising Factors
SPF
Cleanse
Hyaluronic Acid
Squalane Oil

The Ordinary Look of Blemishes and Congestion

The Ordinary Regimen for Look of Blemishes & Congestion
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Niacinamide
SPF
Cleanse
Salicylic Acid
Niacinamide

The Ordinary Textural Irregularities

Please note that this is an old routine. Deciem conflicts have changed, and they do not recommend the use of acids and retinoids in the same routine.

Textural Irregularities Regimen
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Azelaic Acid
SPF

AHA 30% solution is a treatment. Use no more than twice a week for 10 minutes. Patch test.
Cleanse
Glycolic Acid
Retinoid 2% or 5% in Squalane

* It is now advised to use Glycolic & Retinoid in alternate routines.

The Ordinary Rosacea Regimen

Read more about Rosacea and the best The Ordinary and Deciem products to help.

Rosacea Regimen
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Hyaluronic Acid
Natural Moisturising Factors
SPF
Cleanse
Azelaic Acid

The Ordinary Oily Skin Regimen

The Ordinary Oily Skin Regimen
MorningEvening
Cleanse
Niacinamide
Natural Moisturising Factors
Silicone Primer (optional)
SPF
Cleanse
Salicylic Acid
Niacinamide

The Ordinary Routine For Sensitive Skin

Read more about sensitive skin and The Ordinary and how to tell if you have sensitive skin, what causes it and products you should look out for and which ones to avoid.

Sensitive Skin Regimen
MorningEvening
Hyaluronic Acid
Natural Moisturising Factors
SPF
Squalane Cleanser
Natural Moisturising Factors

Personalised Deciem Routines

You can find lots more personalized Deciem routines for many skin types and concerns on a new page here as well as NIOD and Hylamide routines too.

Alternatives

If you wish to switch some of the products up between the Deciem brands, you can find all the Deciem Alternatives here.

Find my skin type & skin conditions

You may find how to layer The Ordinary useful and The Ordinary products you can and cannot mix.

It´s really important to introduce one product at a time and always patch test. If you rush in and apply 2 or 3 products and have a reaction, you will have no idea which product caused it.

Always refer to the official website for instructions and ingredients of each product. Patch testing is highly recommended.