We all love The Ordinary – but there's nothing ordinary about this
Whilst living in lockdown make-up free — with an endless amount of time for face masks and detox routines — you may think that it would work wonders for your skin.
But actually, lockdown skin is a thing — stress, lack of exercise and stuffy rooms can lead to dry skin and breakouts, too. So, now is really the best time to look after your skin — and it doesn't hurt that we've got all the time in the world to do so.
We do understand that it's quite hard to find the perfect products for your skin. However, you are certainly in luck during quarantine as Deciem is now offering free skincare consultations online.
The Canadian parent company of cult beauty brand The Ordinary (as well as Niod, Hylamide and Chemistry Brand) is giving us their knowledge to help combat any of our skin concerns. The in-store experience has now turned virtual where you can ask skincare ambassadors all of the skincare questions you have — without leaving the house.
The company has gained an immense following with their buzzy use of ingredients including retinol and hyaluronic acid, so you'll be able to know exactly the correct products and ingredients you need to feed your skin.
All you need to do is head over to the brand's website which features a virtual consultation tab. This will then link customers up with a skin expert via instant message, video chat or a phone call.
And the best part is, it's all free and you are under no obligation to make any purchases.
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