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Ready to revamp your skincare routine for summer? (Picture: The Ordinary)

With affordable skincare products that are packed with beneficial ingredients, The Ordinary has changed our bathroom cabinets (and our skin) for the better.

After the brand’s popularity skyrocketed, it was hard to get hold of many of The Ordinary’s hero items.

To make it up to customers, parent company Deciem is offering 23% off everything on site until June 23.

The Ordinary is already a purse-friendly choice, with serums, cleansers, oils, and makeup items available on a budget. But with this added discount, you can revamp your whole skincare routine without breaking the bank.

If you’re a newbie to the brand, the scientific names can be a bit daunting.

So to help you tell your peptides from your squalane, we’ve rounded up our top picks from The Ordinary’s sale.

From cold-pressed oils to active peeling acids, these are the budget skincare stars to try now.

Buffet serum

The Ordinary Buffet serum

Put this on in the morning with your moisturizer or sunscreen (Picture: The Ordinary)

One of The Ordinary’s most sought-after products, this multi-technology peptide serum combats signs of aging.

Add a couple of drops to your moisturizer (when you’re not using acids) and you should start to see a reduction in fine lines and plumper looking skin.

Buy for £19.87 (reduced from £25.80) now.

Squalane Cleanser

The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser

The balm-like formula turns into an oil consistency that melts away makeup (Picture: The Ordinary)

If you’re in the market for a gentle cleanser that dissolves makeup, you can’t go wrong with this.

It’s non-comedogenic, soap-free, and designed to be gentle enough for daily use for all skin types.

Buy for £10.70 (reduced from £13.90) now.

AHA 30% + BHA 2% Exfoliating Solution

AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution The Ordinary

This looks a bit hardcore when you put it on, but will leave you skin feeling soft and smooth (Picture: The Ordinary)

This ten-minute facial chemically exfoliated skin with a mixture of brightening acids.

It’s one of The Ordinary’s cult products, and our very own Lifestyle Editor said of it’s instant effects: ‘The moment I wash the product off my face, my skin feels baby soft and super smooth.’

Buy for £4.85 (reduced from £6.30) now.

The Bright Set

The Ordinary The Bright Set

Everything you need for a glowing complexion (Picture: The Ordinary)

As the name suggests, this contains four products that’ll slough away dead skin to reveal a brighter, more even complexion.

In the set you’ll get a 50ml Squalane Cleanser, a 30ml Caffeine Solution 5% + EGCG, a 30ml Ethylated Ascorbic Acid 15% Solution, and a 240ml Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution.

Buy for £25.41 (reduced from £33) now.

100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil

The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil

If it’s good enough for the Duchess of Cambridge… (Picture: The Ordinary)

Apparently, rose hip oil is the secret to Kate Middleton’s glow – and this affordable option from The Ordinary is the perfect way to give it a go.

Use at night after a water-based moisturizer to wake up with hydrated and nourished skin.

Buy for £6.93 (reduced from £9) now.

Remember, you’ll only get these prices until July 23.

View the rest of Deciem’s ​​products here.

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