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So i have been doing some heavy duty research as i am dealing with horrible breakouts on my cheek area im guessing due to 8 hours a day in these face masks at work. I was really excited to try the ordinary salicylic acid treatment as well as their aha peel solution but for some reason they dont ship to Canada especially the aha peeling solution can someone please help me find my skin is begging you
May 22, 2020 @ 08:11 am

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Someone I follow on Instagram turned to The Inkey List, I don't remember exactly which product but they said that it was giving them good results. I'd suggest to take a look at that brand and also Paula's Choice. There's a lot of good talk aboit them too. I don't have personal experience that I can direct you to something myself right now, I'm looking into things for hormonal break outs. Best of luck and keep us updated, I was also hoping the salicylic treatment came back so I could try it!
May 24, 2020 @ 10:50 pm


You can buy The Ordinary products at Sephora.ca
May 25, 2020 @ 09:40 am


you can also buy it on well.ca
May 25, 2020 @ 09:50 pm


The salicylic serum has been being reformulated for the last year apparently and is t being sold right now. The Inkey List has a salicylic serum you can buy it at Shopper's Drug Mart. It isn't bad, but Ordinary'sin all honesty G their Glycolic Acid toner or their Lactic Acid serum works just as well, if not better than their salicylic acid did.
The peel isn't sold in Canada due to the acid percentage, it's over the limit that is allowed to be sold in OTC products.
May 28, 2020 @ 01:15 pm


That was kinda confusing, I meant to say in all honesty The Ordinary's Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid serum works just as well or better than the salicylic.

I am a huge fan of The Ordinary, their products are reasonably priced an they work. 90% of my skincare routine is The Ordinary and it's helped my skin a lot.
May 28, 2020 @ 01:19 pm

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