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Check out this hot offer at The Ordinary for a sale that usually only happens once or twice a year!

Through June 23, get 23% off everything at The Ordinary, DECEIM, and NIOD. Known for having uncomplicated products with minimal branding, advertising, and cost, The Ordinary skin and hair care products are what you need when you have specific problems and a desire to fix them (all orders offer carbon neutral shipping, too!). Here is a selection from The Ordinary's best-selling products designed to address the most common concerns:

Skin:

Hair:

Bundles:

  • The Bright Set - $30.80 (regularly $40.00)
    • Squalane Cleanser, 50mL; Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG, 30ml; Ethylated Ascorbic Acid 15% Solution, 30mL; and Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution, 240mL
  • The Balance Set - $23.87 (regularly $31.00)
    • Squalane Cleanser, 50mL; Salicylic Acid 2% Masque, 50mL; Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%, 30mL; and Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA, 30mL
  • The Future Set - $124.74 (regularly $162.00)
    • The Ordinary: Squalane Cleanser, 50mL; The Ordinary: EUK 134 0.1%, 30mL; NIOD: Multi-Molecular Hyaluronic Complex, 30mL; NIOD: Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate, 15mL; NIOD: Hydration Vaccine, 50mL; and NIOD: Stainless Steel Spoon

Offer is live through June 23. Shipping is free on all orders over $25. Quantities are limited so shop now while supplies last.

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    • damn missed this deal by 2 min
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    • Phew got my order in but dang I was too slow to grab Niacinamide before it went out of stock (missed it last sale too). It was even sitting in my cart. Got the rest though.
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    • Is this in-store as well?
      just ordered online

      there's an option for in-store pickup
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    • Is this in-store as well?
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    • I’ve used The Ordinary, Hylamide, and NIOD serums for years. They were fine, but nothing remarkable, really. I’ve tried every cleanser from each line, and they are all too stripping for me. My skin just doesn’t agree with these, I guess.

      The room spray is my favorite product. https://deciem.com/en-ca/shop/home-care/room-fragrance
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    • Not advertised but the SubQ line is also 23% off.

      I compared to prices from my last order in November 2021, there's been a 20% increase in prices (even after factoring discount now and previous anti-black friday discount)
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    • Just bought a whack of stuff about four days ago. I know I can return it and then buy it again at the sale price, but I wonder if they would just price match it instead so I don’t have to go through the whole dog and pony show of sending it back by mail or returning in store. Has anyone ever done anything like this before?
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    • Oh no just bought yesterday.. do they price adjust? Wsnt able to cancel order
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    • i use TO.

      NIOD I don't get.... so much more expensive and its complicated as hell. The words they use to describe each product just reads like technobabble to me. Granted I am but one step removed from a troglodyte. What's up with NIOD?

      Look at this. It's hilarious:
      https://niod.com/en-ca/yesti-sanskrit-s ... 00377.html

      SS is a viscous and intense cleaning balm for the face formulated with highly-concentrated, very-unrefined Ayurvedic plant surfactants unsupported by any modern cleaning technology. SS contains no purified or synthetic surfactants, sulphates, oils, esters or micellar technologies. It is a pH-balanced suspension of the amino acid, Arginine, in saponins from the Ayurvedic plants shikakai and sapindus mukorossi.

      Cleaning started with water. Its evolution brought soap. It was later presented that soap was harsh and soap-free surfactants were introduced. Those surfactants became questionable and newer sulphate-free surfactants were introduced — while, in fact, some sulphate surfactants were far gentler and more effective. It was then suggested that surfactants were bad in general and that oils should be used for cleaning the skin instead. The modern day has gone farther to introduce micellar waters and water-free cleaning systems suggesting that water-cleaning should be less frequent to preserve skin integrity — what has become the beginning of questioning the very thing that started both life and the meaning of being clean: water.

      The truth is that every advance in the journey of cleaning deserves respect. Each step criticized the previous step more so that it praised itself — but the truth is that water is good, soaps are good, surfactants are good and what there is today is good — each in its own way.
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    • Does this sale cover NIOD products too from Deciem?
      Yes. Banner will pop up when you go to the NIOD site
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    • Does this sale cover NIOD products too from Deciem?
      Yes
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    • Does this sale cover NIOD products too from Deciem?

      Edit: Never mind. It did. Could not get to the website earlier. That was why I was asking. Probably just a temporary landrush.
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