The Ordinary

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The Ordinary

Indlægaf Junika » 27. nov 2016, 19:47

Skal vi ikke bare have en samlet tråd med erfaringer? Der er jo mange af os der kommer til at eksperimentere kunne jeg forestille mig. :fløjt:

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Overblik over de virksomme ingredienser(Tyvstjålet fra Paula):


Retinol

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Skin-Restoring , Antioxidants , Vitamins
Name for the entire vitamin A molecule. Retinol is a powerhouse ingredient that has value for skin on several fronts: It’s a skin-restoring, wrinkle-smoothing, firming ingredient and an antioxidant, allowing it to improve a variety of skin concerns, most related to visible signs of aging.

Packaging is a key issue, so any container that lets in air (like jar packaging) or sunlight (clear containers) just won’t cut it. Lots of retinol products come in unacceptable packaging; these should be avoided because the retinol will most likely be (or quickly become) ineffective. Look for opaque, airless, or air-restrictive packaging.

Many consumers are concerned about the percentage of retinol in anti-aging products such as serums or moisturizers. Although the percentage can make a difference (especially if it’s too low), it’s not helpful in understanding how a retinol product will benefit your skin. Far more important is the delivery system, packaging, and the other ingredients present with the retinol.

Using a product with a range of anti-aging ingredients plus retinol is far more valuable for skin than using a product with only a supposedly high percentage of retinol. Skin needs far more than any one ingredient can provide, however great that one ingredient may be. See our article on this topic for detailed information.

There are several myths about using retinol with other anti-aging ingredients or products, such as those with vitamin C or exfoliants like glycolic acid. See our article on this topic to learn what the research has shown to be true.

Niacinamide

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Antioxidants , Vitamins , Skin-Soothing , Skin-Restoring
Also known as vitamin B3 and nicotinic acid, niacinamide is a very effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for aging skin. Among these benefits is the ability to visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface. Niacinamide can also reduce the damage environmental attack can cause, and is stable in the presence of heat and light.

Vitamin C

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Antioxidants , Vitamins
Vitamin C is one of the most well-researched and beneficial vitamins you can apply topically. Ongoing use has been shown to improve the look of multiple signs of aging, brighten an uneven skin tone, as well as provide skin-restoring and soothing benefits.

Vitamin C comes in many forms, with ascorbic acid being the most well-researched for its efficacy. Learn more about ascorbic acid’s benefits here.

Other forms of vitamin C you will see included in skincare products include magnesium ascorbyl phosphate, L-ascorbic acid, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, ascorbyl palmitate, ascorbyl glucosamine, and ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate. In any form, vitamin C provides potent antioxidant protection, shielding skin from damaging environmental stressors.

Note: All antioxidants, including vitamin C, are vulnerable to destabilizing when exposed to air and light. That means if you want to reap the reward of your antioxidant-enriched treatments, only choose those that are packaged in opaque tubes, air-restrictive bottles, or pumps that help keep their ingredients stable.

Lactic acid

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Exfoliant
Alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) extracted from milk, although most forms used in cosmetics are synthetic because that form is easier to formulate with and stabilize. In a pH-correct formula, lactic acid exfoliates cells on the surface of skin by breaking down the material that holds dead skin together. It may cause sensitivity, although this isn’t common. Lactic acid also has water-binding properties and, like glycolic acid (another AHA), may help brighten an uneven skin tone.

Azelaic acid

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Component of grains such as wheat, rye, and barley, azelaic acid is effective for a number of sensitive skin concerns when applied topically, including skin brightening.

Azelaic acid is also an antioxidant, and has pronounced skin-soothing effects.

Hyaluronic acid

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Skin-Replenishing , Skin-Restoring
Component of skin tissue. Synthetic variations are used in skincare products to function as a superior skin-replenishing ingredient. Hyaluronic acid has restorative abilities and can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.

Rose hip oil

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GOOD
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Emollients , Antioxidants , Plant Extracts
Non-fragrant emollient plant oil that has antioxidant properties and is a rich source of skin-beneficial fatty acids.

Argan oil

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Emollients , Plant Extracts , Antioxidants
Non-fragrant plant oil expressed from the kernels of argan trees. Argan oil contains several beneficial lipids and fatty acids for skin, including oleic acid, palmitic acid, and, especially, linoleic acid. It is also a good source of antioxidant vitamin E (tocopherol) and, like several other plant oils, a source of other antioxidant compounds.

Despite the hype, argan oil isn’t a miraculous ingredient by any stretch of the imagination. It’s merely a good, emollient, non-fragrant plant oil. It’s a consideration if skin or hair is dry to very dry, but is not necessarily any better than many other non-fragrant plant oils used in cosmetics. As with any plant oil, those with oily skin should think twice before applying it full strength as doing so will make skin look and feel greasy.

Sclerocarya birrea (Marula oil)

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Skin-Replenishing , Emollients
More commonly known as marula oil, Sclerocarya birrea oil is a non-fragrant plant oil that's a rich source of fatty acids for skin, including palmitic and stearic acids.

Matrixyl 3000

Matrixyl er ikke så gennemforsket som de andre, og nogen mener ikke det er særlig virksomt, mens andre mener det kan sammenlignes med retinol. Generelt kan siges at:
Matrixyl uses a specific peptide called palmitoyl-pentapeptide 3. That peptide purportedly stimulates collagen synthesis and skin repair, making it a powerful long-term aging treatment.
Matrixyl 3000 claims to work using two new peptides that are not related to palmitoyl-pentapeptide 3 in any way.

The two new peptides are palmitoyl-tripeptide and palmitoyl-oligopeptide. The creators of the Matrixyl 3000 formula claim these ingredients work synergistically to mimic the appearance of broken down collagen.

When your body notices that there’s broken down collagen in the skin, it responds by making more collagen along with elastin.

Arbutin

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Plant Extracts
Arbutin may be made synthetically or derived from bearberry (uva-ursi) plant or other plants and exhibits antioxidant activity. Most notably, arbutin has an increasing amount of research attesting to its effectiveness for brightening an uneven skin tone. Research has shown the synthetic version, chemically known as deoxyarbutin, is more effective for brightening than the natural derivative.

Because arbutin works by breaking down into hydroquinone, it also has merit for improving the appearance of dark spots due to unprotected sun exposure or bodily changes such as can occur during pregnancy or due to other factors. It can be considered an alternative to hydroquinone for those whose skin may be unable to tolerate this lightening ingredient in much the same way that some people’s skin can tolerate cosmetic retinol but not retinoids from the pharmacy.

Caffeine

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Antioxidants , Plant Extracts
Caffeine is the chief stimulant in beverages such as coffee and tea. It’s often included in skincare products with claims that it will improve the look of cellulite or puffy eyes. Unfortunately, research into caffeine’s effects in this regard are mixed. Caffeine’s popularity in products related to cellulite is due to its distant relationship to aminophylline (an ingredient once thought to improve the look of cellulite), which is a modified form of theophylline, and caffeine contains theophylline.

Applied to skin, caffeine may have soothing and antioxidant properties, especially when skin is exposed to UV light. It can penetrate skin and has a constricting effect, which can help improve the look of redness but also may be sensitizing.

When it comes to puffy eyes, there is no research indicating caffeine can have any benefit; in fact, research has shown caffeine has an inhibitory action on a key protein in skin that helps it look younger. Truly, it’s a mix of pros and cons for skin, though lower amounts (less than 1%) in skincare products probably don’t present much, if any, risk.
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Vira » 27. nov 2016, 19:59

Verdens bedste idé :gogo: sad selv og overvejede at lave sådan en tråd
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Buffy » 27. nov 2016, 20:27

A'hvafornoget? Links tak :)
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Akehurst2 » 28. nov 2016, 11:21

Buffy skrev:A'hvafornoget? Links tak :)


Det hersens: http://ordinaries.com/

Det er åbenbart det sidste nye hype (så nu skal jeg også have kigget nærmere).
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Junika » 28. nov 2016, 20:25

Min hud er kombineret/fedtet og meget sart, men har altid været sindssygt dehydreret og med tendens til voldsom hormonel acne, så det er meget svært at finde produkter. Jeg bruger generelt Paulas choice, men det har ikke givet nok fugt og har været fristet til at prøve hendes niacinamid booster og hyaluronic booster, men følte ikke for den heftige pris..

Indtil videre har jeg prøvet følgende fra The ordinary:

Niacinamid 10+ zink: Den er lidt svær i konsistensen. Lidt sticky og ball'er let op når andre produkter kommer ovenpå. Man skal kun bruge et par dråber, og gerne blande med noget andet, så virker den fin. Har ikke brugt den så længe, men ingen irritation herfra. Og synes min hud allerede har lidt mere glød.

Hyaluronsyre 2%: Lidt samme konsistens som Niacinamiden, og synes hurtigt den får ben at gå på - har allerede brugt meget af flasken på en uges tid. Kan desværre ikke se at min hud er mere "plump" end vanligt, men den virker ikke helt så tør som før jeg begyndte at bruge den.

Vitamin C 23%: Denne her er så potent, at de ikke har kunne fjerne den grynede tekstur, så det skal man være forberedt på. Den er ikke særlig lux at påføre, men det generer ikke mig. Har kun brugt den et par dage, håber den kan fjerne lidt gamle acne mærker o.l.

Intet har irriteret min hud eller fået den til at slå ud - endnu.

Venter på 2 af de pakker Deciem havde på tilbud til black friday samt en Matrixyl 3000 og Azelaic acid. :)
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf tickle-me-elmo » 28. nov 2016, 21:30

Super med beskrivelserne i startindlægget!

Jeg har indtil videre prøvet Vitamin C 23% og Buffet - kun et par dage, men indtil videre har jeg ikke haft noget irritation, og jeg har ellers temmelig sart hud.
Men ja, konsistensen på Vitamin C er lidt spøjs - som en meget finkornet scrub, og på mig svider den et par sekunder efter påføring. Det må betyde, at den virker :D
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Chachacha » 28. nov 2016, 21:35

Jeg tror jeg vil gå efter en af de mindre potente c-vitaminer. Jeg er virkelig sart med ting, der svider på min hud.
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Lykke » 29. nov 2016, 05:58

Hvor køber I det henne?
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Vira » 29. nov 2016, 12:07

Jeg har lige siddet og kigget på det, gud hvor jeg synes det er en jungle :lol2: Jeg aner virkelig ikke hvad jeg skal købe
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf tickle-me-elmo » 29. nov 2016, 20:33

Lykke skrev:Hvor køber I det henne?


ordinaries.com

De sender fra England, så ingen told, og der er gratis fragt, hvis man køber for over 25 euro (vistnok)
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Junika » 29. nov 2016, 20:35

Lykke skrev:Hvor køber I det henne?


Her https://www.victoriahealth.com/brand/The-Ordinary/1053 som har mega hurtig levering og lidt dyrere porto, eller her http://ordinaries.com/?lang=en som har gratis levering over 25£.
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Indlægaf Junika » 29. nov 2016, 20:37

Vira skrev:Jeg har lige siddet og kigget på det, gud hvor jeg synes det er en jungle :lol2: Jeg aner virkelig ikke hvad jeg skal købe


Det er nok et spørgsmål om at vælge hvad man ønsker skal forbedres ved huden. Rynker, fugt, pigmentfejl eller andet. :)
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Santopia » 29. nov 2016, 21:16

Hvad ligger fragten egentlig på? Synes ikke jeg kan finde det derinde
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Chachacha » 29. nov 2016, 21:22

Det ER rigtig svært at finde ud af, hvor man skal starte. Jeg har valgt at følge deres guide til dehydreret hud temmelig meget dog plus niacinamide og morrocan oil i stedet for rosehip.


Example regimen for general signs of age:
AM: Buffet, Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5; PM: Buffet, Advanced Retinoid 2%, 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil

Example regimen for pigmentation issues:
AM: Alpha Arbutin 2% + HA, Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate Solution 10%; PM: Alpha Arbutin 2% + HA, Azelaic Acid Suspension 10%, Advanced Retinoid 2%

Example regimen for dehydration:
AM: Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate Solution 10%; PM: Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, Advanced Retinoid 2%; 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil
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Re: The Ordinary

Indlægaf Chachacha » 29. nov 2016, 21:24

Glæder mig til at modtage :banan:

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