The Ordinary sale has started and these are the top buys to look out for

Go, go, go! Make the most of The Ordinary discount

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With the sales in full swing, it's The Ordinary discount that is making our hearts (and our skin) sing. That is, with just one teeny caveat.

If you were bracing yourself for a massive haul of The Ordinary products at the Black Friday sales on 27th November, we're sorry to disappoint you. 

Like every other year, Deciem, owners of The Ordinary and Niod, is opting out of the madness. All stores will be closed, as will the website, in protest over potential waste from mass shopping sprees. But we think the alternative is even better: 23% off all The Ordinary products on the Deciem site until the 1st December. 

So you can shop responsibly and have better skin to boot with this brilliant The Ordinary discount. 

From the niacinamide serum that coddles sensitive skin, to the non-irritating at-home peel and the multi-tasking The Buffet, which dull and ageing skin dines out on,  these are our pick of the products we think are worth buying...

The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser, now £4.24

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Squalane is one of the best moisturising ingredients for dry skin but its non-comedogenic, skin-identical properties also mean it is well-tolerated by oily skin, too. When massaged into the skin The Ordinary Squalane Cleanserchanges from a balm to an oil-like consistency, allowing the emulsifying sucrose esters in the formula to trap and blend the dissolved make-up and facial impurities with water for rinsing. Pretty clever, no?

The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser, now £4.24

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The Ordinary sale

The Ordinary discount
(Image credit: Cult Beauty)

Squalane is one of the best moisturising ingredients for dry skin but its non-comedogenic, skin-identical properties also mean it is well-tolerated by oily skin, too. When massaged into the skin The Ordinary Squalane Cleanserchanges from a balm to an oil-like consistency, allowing the emulsifying sucrose esters in the formula to trap and blend the dissolved make-up and facial impurities with water for rinsing. Pretty clever, no?