A Harry Potter beauty advent calendar is coming and it's riddikulus-ly good

A Harry Potter beauty advent calendar is coming and it's riddikulus-ly good


EXPELLIARMUS (if you try to take this from me)

Harry Potter Advent Calendar

We love beauty advent calendars here at Marie Claire HQ, but perhaps the only thing we love more than beauty festive treats are Harry Potter treats. (Did you know you can spend Halloween at Hogwarts this year?)

Imagine our joy, then, when Boots announced they were releasing a Harry Potter advent calendar this year. We all practically exploded with excitement.

The HP 2019 calendar is all about beauty treats inspired by the Potter-verse. We’re talking themed bath bombs for all the Hogwarts houses and the ~Golden Snitch~ itself.

Priced at just £35, we’re pretty sure this will sell out not long after it launches on 1st November, so keep your eyes peeled for when it drops in store and online at Boots.

If you don’t mind spoilers, keep scrolling for the full contents list below, and stay tuned for an unboxing of the calendar nearer the time…

Harry Potter advent calendar

Harry Potter advent calendar contents:

Slytherin Mini Bath Fizzer, Mini Hand Cream, Mini Bath Essence, Mini Lipstick and Nail Polish

Hufflepuff Mini Bath Fizzer, Mini Hand Cream, Mini Bath Essence, Mini Lipstick and Nail Polish

Gryffindor Mini Bath Fizzer, Mini Hand Cream, Mini Bath Essence, Mini Lipstick and Nail Polish

Ravenclaw Mini Bath Fizzer, Mini Hand Cream, Mini Bath Essence, Mini Lipstick and Nail Polish

Golden Snitch Mini Bath Fizzer

Harry Potter Eye Mask

Lord Voldemort Eye Shadow Cosmetic Brush

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Feeling peckish? Order cupcakes with a side of Benefit concealer this evening

Feeling peckish? Order cupcakes with a side of Benefit concealer this evening


Benefit x Deliveroo is the Thursday night treat you need in your life

Benefit Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer

Words by Alicia Lansom

Like your desserts with a side of shopping? Well, you’re in luck, because for one day only Benefit is teaming up with Deliveroo to bring beauty lovers a feast for all of the senses. Dubbed the Benefit ‘cake-away’, the brand is putting sweet treats on the menu to highlight the non-cakey finish of their brand new Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer.

For just £12, Benefit will deliver their brand new coverup with a side of three bespoke cupcakes, courtesy of Lily Vanilli cakes. Really, really. The beauty brand has teamed up with delivery service to give beauty addicts the chance to get their hands on their brand new concealer *24 hours before* the official launch.

For one day only (Thursday 22nd August), make-up lovers can order from the Benefit ‘cake-away’ and receive their new cover-up absolutely free. But it won’t just be your delivery driver arriving at your door, with the brand sending along a senior Benefit Cosmetics MUA to help you find your perfect shade.

Benefit Boiing Concealer

Make-up junkies will have had the original Boi-ing Industrial Strength formula, one of the best concealers out there, on their radars for some time, with the cover-up being one of the brands most cult products ever since its launch in 1995. But the little pot of happiness has been given a brand new makeover, and the new formula is set to give the classic cover-up a run for its money.

Featuring a doe-foot applicator, the Boi-ing Cakeless Concealer brings all the power of the original in a creamy, liquid form. Available in 12 shades, the product is a full coverage consistency, making it perfect for covering up stubborn under-eye bags and pesky blemishes. But although it’s a creamy formula, the product is far from cakey, featuring a lightweight finish that won’t sink into the skin or fine lines.

Benefit ‘Boi-ing’ Cakeless Concealer, £18.50, Harvey Nichols

Benefit Boiing Cakeless Concealer

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Once launched, the brand new concealer will retail for £18.50, but Benefit is giving fans the chance to bag the product (along with some delectable cupcakes) for a discounted price for a limited period. Available in an array of flavours including vegan vanilla raspberry with cherry, gluten-free strawberry and mini matcha, the mouthwatering deal is almost too good to miss out on.

The offer is available now nationwide in selected areas of London, Manchester and Glasgow. To place your order, simply head on over to the Deliveroo app and then sit back and relax as your driver bring your sweet treats plus a brand new concealer straight to your door.

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Are neck creams worth it? Not according to these two skin experts

Are neck creams worth it? Not according to these two skin experts


neck creams
Just when you thought you had nailed your skincare routine, suddenly there’s an additional cream meant for a specific part of your body. We present to you: neck creams. In the past, we thought using our normal serum, day cream and SPF on our necks would be fine. But now there’s a whole subcategory of products aimed solely at the neck.
With this in mind, we sat down with two of London’s go-to skin experts, Kate Kerr – Clinical Facialist – and Dr Maryam Zamani – Aesthetic Doctor – to ask them whether neck creams are worth investing in or whether it’s something that you can firmly leave off your list.

Let’s chat about the skin on our neck…

First of all, we wanted to know how the skin on your neck differs from the skin on the rest of your face. ‘The skin on your neck is thinner and has fewer sebaceous glands,’ explains Kate Kerr. ‘It’s often a neglected area, which is prone to more sun damage.’ Both Kerr and Dr Zamani highlighted the newest issue facing women, which is ‘tech-neck’. ‘Recently, there has been an increase in the number of younger patients complaining of premature ageing of the neck,’ Dr Zamani says. ‘This is perhaps because of the tendency to tilt the head downward, looking down at gadgets. The skin on the neck is more extensible and elastic, so is significantly influenced by constant movement, weight and sun exposure.’ She goes on to say that as the skin on the neck is also much thinner than that on the rest of the face, that it is much more likely to get wrinkly.

How do you take care of the skin on your neck?

So what does this mean for maintenance? How should we be caring for our necks? Dr Zamani says a combination of ‘SPF, retinol creams and serums to improve tone and increase collagen production, hyaluronic acid to hydrate, ceramides and peptides to lock in moisture and vitamin c’ is ideal, which Kerr agrees with: ‘growth factors and peptides that will stimulate collagen, vitamin c to help with pigmentation, strengthen the capillaries and then an SPF50 sunscreen.’

neck creams

Can’t we just use our normal skincare?

So are our face creams ok to use on our necks? Or can we use our run-of-mill body moisturiser? Dr Zamani says no to the body cream, ‘but I always recommend using all face skincare on the neck and décolletage.’ Kate Kerr agrees, ‘Continue your face skincare routine down your neck and along your décolletage. Those two areas get a lot of sun and they’re also on show and if you’re using a lot of active ingredients on your face but neglecting your neck and décolletage then you can get a bit of disparity between the two, and the neck and décolletage can look older or in less good condition.’

Neck creams – are they worth it?

So if this is the case, why are there neck creams? As Kerr puts it: ‘I don’t think there’s a lot of difference to be honest, it’s purely marketing and making money for the cosmetic market. Skin is skin and as an anti-ageing product it’s going to have the same ingredients as your face cream. It might be slightly more rich, because the neck has fewer sebaceous glands, so it might be slightly dryer. but they really are unnecessary.’ You basically want to hydrate, protect, stimulate collagen and elastin production, which you can do with your skincare regimen.

So what have we learnt? The skin on your neck is slightly different from the rest of your face, but as long as your are using products that stimulate the collagen, contain antioxidants to protect against environmental aggressors and are using a high SPF, then you’re sorted.

Keep the money you were going to spend on the neck cream and save it for one of these designer handbags worth the investment.

You are most welcome.
Spend your money elsewhere.

 

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The best foundations for acne prone skin

The best foundations for acne prone skin


Don’t aggravate the situation. Use these skin-friendly formulas instead…

best foundation for acne prone skin

Covering up spots can be a bit of a conundrum, but our list of the best foundations for acne prone skin is here to help. We get that you want to cover up your blemishes, so that they’re invisible to everyone. But, on the other hand, you want to let your skin breathe, so you don’t aggravate the situation.

Dr Ross Perry, cosmetic doctor and managing director of Cosmedics Skin Clinics, has words of caution when it comes to pairing oily and acne-prone skin with make-up: ‘The temptation is to cover up oily skin with make-up, especially if there are blemishes as well. However, getting make-up to stay in place can be quite tricky and choosing the wrong regime or products can make your skin worse too.’

Luckily enough, there are some fantastic foundations on the market that help to actively treat acne while covering it, which is definitely multi-tasking at its finest. Look for salicylic acid on the ingredients list – the magic ingredient has spot-busting superpowers, and will help clear excess oil. We’ve already rounded up the best foundations for oily skin, so head over there for formulas to help keep you matte all day long – but there are also some pretty great oil-free foundations on this list that won’t clog your pores and cause breakouts.

As much as you can cover acne with foundation and concealer, it’s crucial to understand what’s causing it in the first place. We’ve already debunked the myth that foundation causes acne, so we can keep our beloved bottles and tubes. You may also need our favourite spot treatments in your arsenal to layer under your makeup, so they can get to work throughout the day.

With the latest formulations on the market, you can have the best of both worlds. Find the best foundation for your skin below…

Best foundation for acne prone skin

Oxygenetix ACNE Control Foundation, £55, Face the Future

best foundation for acne prone skin Oxygenetix

It comes with a bit of a hefty price tag, but this foundation was initially created for doctors to prescribe to their patients. Luckily for us, it’s now a mainstream product and available over the counter. Infused with a supercharged oxygen complex called Ceravitae, this innovative formula optimises skin cell oxygenation, to encourage your cells’ repair and renewal processes, diminish scarring, combat dehydration, reduce redness and create the ultimate environment for healthy cells to thrive. Available in 14 different shades, it’s also water resistant for up to 90 minutes and contains SPF 20 for that all important bit of sun protection.

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Best foundation for acne skin with full coverage

Estée Lauder Double Wear SPF 10, £34, Fabled

best foundation for acne Estee Lauder Double Wear

You can find a bottle of Double Wear inside many a beauty lover’s make-up bag (especially those who like their coverage full), and for good reason. The formula sinks into skin and disguises any dark spots, scarring or active blemishes while still looking skin-like. What’s more, it lasts all day long – no joke. A little goes a long way, and you can even mix it with your moisturiser on a good skin day and still look flawless. It’s now available in a whopping 60+ shades, too.

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Best foundation for acne prone skin with large pores

Surratt Beauty Surreal Real Skin Foundation Wand, £62, Space NK

best foundation for acne prone skin Surratt

Sometimes a super matte formula can dry up and collect around pores, enhancing rather than minimising them, but this handy brush pen delivers a soft matte finish that manages to make pores unnoticeable, and the rest of your face look flawless.

Buy now

Best foundation for acne prone oily skin

Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions Liquid Make-Up, £28.50, Fabled

best foundation for acne prone skin clinique

This oil-free foundation, conceals, neutralises the appearance of redness and does a formidable job of keeping oily shine in check. Although it can’t treat acne by itself (you’ll need other products for this), the amount of salicylic acid can help to prevent future breakouts, by ensuring your pores don’t clog. It’s lightweight, which makes it an absolute dream to glide over bumps and you can build it up to a moderate coverage to hide blemishes without looking like you’re wearing anything at all.

Buy now

Best liquid foundation for acne prone skin

La Roche-Posay Effaclar BB Blur, £16.50, Boots

foundation for acne prone skin La Roche Posay

OK, so this one’s technically not a foundation, but you won’t even care when you try out this guy. It keeps oily skin matte, lasts all day, and fights acne, but the mousse-like formula won’t offer as much coverage as you might hope. We love popping this under a light layer of your normal foundation – especially as it only comes in two shades.

Buy now

Best powder foundation for acne prone skin

BareMinerals Blemish Remedy Mineral Powder Foundation, £27, Fabled

foundation for acne prone skin bareMinerals Blemish Ready

bareMinerals’ formula tackles acne-causing bacteria to keep breakouts at bay, while covering redness and scars to perfection. Your skin will feel like it can actually breathe, although a light layer of one of the best concealers might just be needed on those days where your skin needs a helping hand.

Buy now

See five more of our hero buys for foundation for acne prone skin below. Consider your acne vs make-up dilemma, solved.

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If you'd like to smell completely f***ing glorious this summer, please apply within

If you'd like to smell completely f***ing glorious this summer, please apply within


Make way for the scent of the summer

There was a time, long ago, when I wished to be a one-scented woman. I dreamt of walking along a corridor, leaving a trail of my signature fragrance behind me that would be picked up by someone and they would exclaim, ‘Oh Katie was here not long ago.’

But alas, this never happened. At current count, I am a 27-scented woman. Turns out, I am a perfume whore. Which isn’t exactly what I was going for. The trouble is I just fall in love with fragrances so easily. I let them flirt with me, I allow them to lull me into feeling of determined longing and then whoops, I’ve just added another notch to my metaphorical-fragrance bedpost.

And so I find myself infatuated on a regular basis. This week’s squeeze is Diptyque’s Essences Insensées 2019 scent, Tiaré Flower.

I know what you’re all thinking, ‘come on, it’s ridiculously easy to fall in love with a Diptyque fragrance. Anyone would.’ And you would be right. It is. I already have two in my 27-strong collection. But this one, as so many have in the past, has sucked me in.

Diptyque’s Essences Insensées scents are really quite magical. Each year they closely observe their floral crops and dependent on weather and soil, one in particular will have a stellar year. (Think of this flower as the prefect of the botany world.) Diptyque then bottles this special flower as a limited edition summer fragrance.

Diptyque’s Essences Insensées Tiaré Flower, £170 

Diptyque ESSENCES INSENSÉES Tiaré Flower

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This year’s prefect is the Tiaré Flower – the national flower of Tahiti. It’s a white flower, which I’m afraid to admit is my kryptonite when it comes to fragrances. I get one whiff and I’m weak at the knees.

It’s been brewed alongside frangipani, vanilla and pink peppercorn and the results are magnificent. At first spray, I won’t lie I thought it smelt medicinal, but as soon as it dried down onto the skin I was hooked. The scent is rich and velvety, whilst simultaneously managing to be super fresh and green. It reminds me of the smell of warm bodies at around 8pm on a beach holiday. Does that make sense? No? Well then you’ll just have to buy it yourself.

Also, can we take a moment to appreciate how smart this bottle is?! Even if you hated the juice (which would be an impossibility) you would happily display this beautiful piece of cut glass in your home. Maybe it has something to do with the squeeze bulb? Whenever I use one, I instantly feel like one of those fabulous characters straight out of a Poirot novel.

I urge you to go out and buy it, for it truly is one of the best summer perfumes. I plan on wearing it everyday and smelling divine until the end of the season. (Well until another fragrance comes along and catches me under its spell. Which should be in about four hours.)

Don’t hate me for the price. Hate me for the fact that you’ll want to purchase two.

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The important story behind the new ghd x Breast Cancer Now styler

The important story behind the new ghd x Breast Cancer Now styler


It’s their 15th year working with breast cancer charities

ghd Ink on PInk Breast Cancer Now

By now you’re probably aware that each year ghd teams up with Breast Cancer Now to launch a styler that helps raise vital funds for the charity.

To mark the 15th anniversary of their partnership, they’ve done things a little differently this year. They’ve teamed up with mastectomy tattoo artist David Allen, who helps rebuild the confidence of women affected by cancer through his tattoos.

‘Cancer takes away more than your breasts; it takes your hair, your confidence. But my tattoo is something I decided to have because I wanted to take back control,’ explains Grace Lombardo, one of David’s clients. Like her tattoo, the straighteners are illustrated with the beautiful abstract flowers that David uses in his designs.

This year there are are two ‘Ink On Pink’ charity stylers on offer, both featuring David’s designs: the Gold and the Platinum+. Each sale will donate £10 to Breast Cancer Now – and so far, the partnership has raised over £10 million globally for breast cancer charities.

‘The connection with ghd and this partnership makes sense,’ says David. ‘When I work with my clients, it takes time, we build back their confidence together and these incredible women open up to me. Much like that time you spend with your hairstylist, that intimacy and power of transformation is akin to one another.

ghd Platinum+ Ink On Pink Styler, £175, Lookfantastic

ghd Ink on Pink Styler

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Ghd hopes to raise another £1 million with this new collection, a goal we’ve no doubt they’ll smash.

To donate £5 to Breast Cancer Now, text GHDPINK to 70500

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The important story behind the new ghd x Breast Cancer Now styler

The important story behind the new ghd x Breast Cancer Now styler


It’s their 15th year working with breast cancer charities

ghd Ink on PInk Breast Cancer Now

By now you’re probably aware that each year ghd teams up with Breast Cancer Now to launch a styler that helps raise vital funds for the charity.

To mark the 15th anniversary of their partnership, they’ve done things a little differently this year. They’ve teamed up with mastectomy tattoo artist David Allen, who helps rebuild the confidence of women affected by cancer through his tattoos.

‘Cancer takes away more than your breasts; it takes your hair, your confidence. But my tattoo is something I decided to have because I wanted to take back control,’ explains Grace Lombardo, one of David’s clients. Like her tattoo, the straighteners are illustrated with the beautiful abstract flowers that David uses in his designs.

This year there are are two ‘Ink On Pink’ charity stylers on offer, both featuring David’s designs: the Gold and the Platinum+. Each sale will donate £10 to Breast Cancer Now – and so far, the partnership has raised over £10 million globally for breast cancer charities.

‘The connection with ghd and this partnership makes sense,’ says David. ‘When I work with my clients, it takes time, we build back their confidence together and these incredible women open up to me. Much like that time you spend with your hairstylist, that intimacy and power of transformation is akin to one another.

ghd Platinum+ Ink On Pink Styler, £175, Lookfantastic

ghd Ink on Pink Styler

Buy now

Ghd hopes to raise another £1 million with this new collection, a goal we’ve no doubt they’ll smash.

To donate £5 to Breast Cancer Now, text GHDPINK to 70500

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I am leaving my husband and running off with this complexion product

I am leaving my husband and running off with this complexion product


It is INCREDIBLE

lumene skin tint

Over the many years as my life as a beauty editor, I have written countless lines on the joys of a good complexion product. I have lauded the power of the best foundation, how it can give confidence in times of need. Harped on about how bb creams are the perfect choice for when you want coverage, but not a new face. I have dedicated so much of my finger tapping to a certain concealer that continues (to this day) to be my favourite thing in the whole wide world.

I’ve seen so many pass before me, that it takes something mega to get me excited nowadays.

So imagine my joy when out of the blue the other day, a product landed on my desk that got me so giddy, I quite literally created a new online franchise for it.

Everyone, I present to you said product.

Lumene Invisible Illumination Instant Glow Fresh Skin Tint, £32.90 Look Fantastic

lumene skin tint

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Lumene’s Invisible Illumination Instant Glow Fresh Skin Tint… emphasis on the Skin Tint bit. Because therein lies the joy. This is not a foundation, and it’s not really a tinted moisturiser. To me, it is so much more. It is a perfectly light veil of colour that moisturises the shit out of your skin, all the while perfecting it.

You can build it up if you’re into a fuller coverage, but really this should be worn as I believe God intended, like a second skin, lightly pressed into the face.

It works on all skin types – rich enough for dry bitches like me, but water-based and completely oil-free for those greasy madams out there. It has loads of fancy nordic (Lumene is a Finnish brand) ingredients in it, like red algae, birch sap, wild artic cloudberry and Arctic spring water, which are the things that keep you hydrated all day.

But really it’s the way that it makes my skin look that you should be interested in. I am glowy. I am healthy-looking. (Dare I say, I look Scandinavian healthy?!) And I am flawless (yep, I said it).

SIDE NOTE: I hate to bitch about my new best friend so early on, but it only comes in four shades. FOUR SHADES. Lumene, I implore you to create more shades so that the whole world can rejoice with me.

It is my favourite thing. I will take it on holiday with me, because it with soothe sunkissed skin. I will use it in the lead up to winter (and most likely throughout winter), because by damn it can handle that drop in temperature. Welcome Lumene Skin Tint. Get ready for a life by my side.

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Here's a first look at the (divine) 2019 beauty advent calendars

Here's a first look at the (divine) 2019 beauty advent calendars


Oh hello, Jo Malone!

beauty advent calendars

The weather might be glorious for now but, let’s be honest, British summertime will be over in five minutes and it’ll soon be time to crack open your beauty advent calendars. In the immortal words of Bruce Almighty, the 2019 offerings are already looking B-E-A-Utiful.

In our opinion, getting a make-up, skincare or even scented candle treat every day of December is a far better way to get in the festive spirit than chocolate. (Not that we don’t love chocolate too, obvs.)

But the sad truth about these boujie beauty buys is that they sell out faster than the blink of an eye. That’s why we’ve rounded up your first look at the 2019 beauty advent calendars and their respective waiting list and launch date details, so you can ensure you get your hands on that coveted Liberty or Jo Malone calendar. Ready? Let’s go.

Jo Malone London Advent Calendar

beauty advent calendars 2019 Jo Malone London

Ahh, Jo Malone London. The holy grail of beauty advent calendars, this one sells out every single year without fail. It’s spenny, but you’re getting a serious haul here; if you love the brand, your fragrance addiction will be suitably satisfied with ALL the gorgeous tiny moisturiser, shower oil, candle and colognes. And if you’re newer to the brand, it gives you a chance to try some of the hero products in miniature form before splurging on the full-sized versions. Sign. Us. Up.

How much is it?

£320

When is it available?

1st October online-only, 1st November at JML boutiques nationwide

ELEMIS Beauty Advent Calendar

beauty advent calendars Elemis

Elemis has so many staple skincare offerings – Pro Collagen Marine Cream and Cleansing Balm, we’re looking at you – that their annual advent calendar is a guaranteed hit. We’re still waiting on a first look for this one (the above is a reminder of last year’s dreamy offering), but you can bet your bottom dollar it’ll be a great one.

How much is it?

£165

When is it available?

16th September

NUXE Beauty Advent Calendar

Luxury French brand NUXE is pretty high on our skincare radar, as is their 2019 calendar. A celebration of their delicious masks, creams and of course, the iconic Huile Prodigieuse make up this super cute advent offering.

How much is it?

£59

When is it available?

1st October

Soap & Glory Miracle on 24th Sweet

beauty advent calendars 2019 soap and glory

Soap & Glory never fails to serve up fun advent calendar offerings, and their 2019 release looks to be no different. You’ll get your hands on all of your favourite classic S&G products as well as some limited edition goodies. Dreamy!

How much is it?

£42

When is it available?

End of September

Molton Brown Advent Calendar

beauty advent calendars 2019 Molton Brown

Who doesn’t love Molton Brown, really? Nobody we know. As well as their core collection of delicious bath and body products, their annual seasonal scents are always a joy – we love the look of this 24-door treasure trove.

How much is it?

£175 (TBC)

When is it available?

18th September (TBC)

One thing’s for sure, December will be a beauty-packed month with these incredible beauty advent calendars on the scene. We can’t wait.

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The Ordinary is launching into Boots and fans couldn’t be more excited

The Ordinary is launching into Boots and fans couldn’t be more excited


Can we get a hell yeah?

Words by Millie Willetts

Yes, the rumours are true – cult classic brand The Ordinary will be launching in selected Boots stores at the end of July. Hallelujah!

The store recently shared a picture of the brand on their Instagram, writing: ‘The secret’s out 👀 @deciem The Ordinary is coming to Boots very soon!’

Naturally, this left fans in a frenzy at the thought of physically getting their hands on the brand’s hottest products, dubbing Boots ‘the gift that keeps on giving’.

The brand become a phenomenon when it first launched in Canada in 2017, rapidly curating a massive following. It soon became available on two of the biggest online beauty retailers, Lookfantastic and Cult Beauty.

Known for its clinical technologies and developments of some of the best, effective products at very reasonable prices, a 30 ml bottle of The Ordinary Cold Pressed Virgin Marula Oil costs just £8, while their Salicylic Acid 2% is just £4.20.

Mic drop.

The Ordinary has managed to get even the most oblivious to skincare ingredients knowing what retinol is and, being a completely paraben, sulphate and 100% cruelty-free brand, their target following is well, everyone.

Could this move be The Ordinary’s ticket to become an even biggest player in the skincare game? We think so.

The Ordinary launches online and into select Boots stores in Derby, Milton Keynes, Plymouth, Bromely, Chelmsford, Dudley, Hull and Glasgow Fort on 31st of July

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