Deciem Just Put One of The Ordinary's Serums on Sale — and It's Only $3
Now that messy drama between Deciem and the company's founder Brand Truaxe is over, the internet has gone back to talking about what the skincare company does best — selling crazy affordable products.
The latest Deciem news isn't about the company's latest cryptic Instagram post, but that The Ordinary's Marine Hyaluronics Serum is on sale for 50 percent off. Since Deciem quietly marked down the serum to $3 on its website, the deal might have gone unnoticed. Thankfully one kind Redditor posted a PSA to spread the word.
There's a limit of three serums per person, and there's no word on how long this sale is going to last. Our advice? Since Marine Hyaluronics was already super cheap at $7 per bottle, chances are it's going to quickly sell out at only $3 a pop — so stock up while you can.
Although "hyaluronics" is in its name, there's no actual hyaluronic acid in the serum. Instead, the formula uses marine-derived red and green algae, which have similar effects to HA. The uber-hydrating ingredients moisturize, plump, and firm skin, making it the perfect serum to use now that dry, winter air is coming.
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Since Marine Hyaluronics is the only product on sale right now, some Redditors are speculating it's a sign that the product is going to be discontinued. Either way, there's no denying that $3 serum is too good of a deal to pass up — whether it's one of your favorite The Ordinary products or you're entirely new to the brand.
The caveat: As some Redditors pointed out in the same thread, the serum does have a rather pungent scent, with one even going as far to say that it smelled like "baby vomit." Still, many people would argue that the $3 price tag and effectiveness of the serum still makes it worth it.
Snag a bottle (or three) of The Ordinary's Marine Hyaluronics Serum at Deciem.com — while you still can.