It's thicker and took longer to dry than I expected. I have oily skin and don't like heavy feeling on my skin. I find that if i use this product then I can't put any other serums on top, just finish off with moisturiser to lock it in. It didn't break me out like some people experience, but I couldn't get over the thickness and how it spread on my face to keep using it. So i don't see much different with my acne or my sebum level.
had never heard of Ordinary but they are the best products! I am 63 and still have issues with my skin it hasn't been this clear in Months maybe years!
I’ve been using this product and salicylic acid from the same brand. Both amazing and the only things that have worked on my skin. I was recommended them by a friend and will continue purchasing!!
I've had acne since I was 12 and I'm now in my mid 40s. I can see a lot of people are using TO Salicylic Acid along side Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%. I haven't tried TO Salicylic Acid yet. Because every product with Salicylic Acid in that I've tried in the past, has made my acne a 100 times worse and left me with terrible scaring. That being said, I have managed to use TO AHA 30% + BHA 2% a couple of times with no break outs.
But TO Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% is a little miracle in a bottle. It calms down any spots I do have. And if I feel a spot just coming up under the skin, I rub in a bit extra, and the next day it's gone. Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% is the first thing I put on my face every time I wash it. I'm using one bottle. And have two bottles backed up.
Couldn't Be Without It!
Note: I also find TO Azelaic Acid Suspention 10% very good as well.
I’ve been using this product for a few weeks now. My face seems more evenly toned and pores seems to be visibly reduced! I’m using along side the salicylic acid which seem to working well as a double act. I’ve even recommended this to my hair dresser who asked me what products I’ve been using on my face. I’ll just have to see whether this works in the long term incase this is just a coincidence with hormones etc! But so far so good!