How to Buy The Ordinary Products Before It's Too Late
ICYMI, Deciem, the company behind cult-favorite crazy affordable skincare brand The Ordinary, has shut down. Founder Brand Truaxe announced the news that he's putting a halt on operations for at lease two months on Monday via Instagram.
The bad news is that as of Wednesday afternoon, almost all of Deciem's stores around the world were closed. However, there is some good news: You can still purchase products through The Ordinary's websites, and select products are still in stock at Beautylish. It's unclear how long orders will actually be fulfilled. InStyle reached out to Deciem to find out when they'll stop shipping orders placed on the company's website, and received a bounce-back email.
So, if you can't imagine a living a life without $10 retinol serums and $8 moisturizers, don't sleep on re-stocking your favorite products when you still can.
Here, a few suggestions on what you should add to your Deciem cart before it (possibly) goes away for good.
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The Ordinary 100% Cold-Pressed Virgin Manula Oil
Manula oil is often considered a "luxury oil" and comes with an equally expensive price tag. At $10, The Ordinary's oil hydrates and boosts skin's radiance just as good as the pricer versions on the market.
The Ordinary Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA
With a unique blend of hydrating ingredients like ceramides, amino acids, and hyaluronic acid it's hard to believe that this lightweight moisturizer is under $10.
The Ordinary Granactive Retinoid 2% Emulson
The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1%
This serum keeps oily and acne-prone skin under control. Niacinamide zaps zits, while zinc balances oil levels.