The Ordinary Buffet Review

The Serum for ordinary buffets is a water-based serum that can be used alone or as a moisturizer. The Ordinary Buffet is a skin-aging serum that moisturizes and hydrates the skin. It consists of a combination of hyaluronic acid, peptide complex, anti-aging peptides and a moisturizer. The serum is loaded with peptide complexes that have anti-aging and hydration effects, as well as hyaluronic acid, which has a very hydrating effect. It offers a good balance of anti-aging properties with a high degree of moisture.

According to Ordinary, the serum is helpful in combating several signs of aging, but it can benefit everyone. It is undoubtedly aimed particularly at those who deal with fine lines and wrinkles. After a 30-day review, we will see if the usual buffet is effective in finding lines or wrinkles and whether it works. Cleverly called “buffet,” it wraps a lot in a small package and is available in a wide range of colors and shapes.

As the name suggests, the serum contains all the ingredients you would find in a normal buffet, such as sunscreen, moisturizers and anti-aging products. It works by treating the skin and reducing signs of aging, according to Ordinary’s website. I had a bit of a skin-care mishap in the summer, but I wasn’t particularly a serum user as my routine pretty much consists of cleansing and moisturizing creams. Earlier this year, I wanted to change my simple skincare routine and had selected several of their products from the DECIEM and Ordinary’s line.

Buffets Serum is advertised as a multi peptide complex loaded with hyaluronic acid, a powerful anti-inflammatory, aging and antioxidant. The buffet is available in two sizes, with copper peptides 1 only available in a size of 30 ml and the other in a size of 20 ml. Both are beautiful serums in a skin bottle. If you want to add the ordinary buffet serum to your own skincare, you will certainly be able to do so. It really brightened my dark spots and made my skin and other parts of my face look very good.

Here are a few things I noticed while using the ordinary buffet to help you decide which peptide is right for you. Note: The name of the formula is inspired by the fact that the brand refers to the combination of technology that offers its expensive products as a buffet, and compares these products to a “buffet” that offers different types of food in one sitting. The Ordinary contains many peptides, some of which are anti-aging serums and others have a high concentration of other peptide compounds, such as Argireline Solution 10, which is interspersed with a large amount of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, as well as some vitamins. I would suggest using the buffet, followed by retinol (PM only) And then a bit of moisturizer.

Skin care routine

Any basic skin care routine consists of 4 steps,which will be mentioned followed by suggested products for oily and dry skin and following these steps is crucial to get radiant and glowing skin:

FIRST STEP: CLEANSER 

Cleansers for oily skin :
                                              NeoCutis Exfoliating Skin Cleanser, $30
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Facial Cleanser, $7
                      La Roche-Posay Micellar Water Ultra No-Rinse Cleansing Water, $20
                                  Drunk Elephant Beste No. 9 Jelly Cleanser, $34
Cleansers for dry to normal skin:
                                        Carapex Botanical Facial Cleanser, $17.77
             La Roche-Posay Toleriane Hydrating Gentle Face Wash Cleanser for Normal to Dry Sensitive Skin, $14.99
                                                       Clinique Liquid Facial Mild 6F37 Soap, $25.13
                                  Vichy Normaderm Daily Deep Cleansing Gel Cleanser with Salicylic Acid, $18.00

SECOND STEP: TONER

Toners for oily to normal skin:

Pappermint toner, Instructions for a DIY: 1 Cup of Fresh Mint Leaves + 1 Cup of hot Water, Steep for 5-10 mins, Pour your tea, Allow remainder to cool, Soak cotton ball and gently apply to face.
Or if you prefer buying your organic pappermint toner just visit rootpretty.com and buy their organic pappermint toner, $ 18.00

Toners for sensitive skin:

Rose water toner which you can get from burt’s bees for $11.00 www.burtsbees.com

THIRD STEP: SERUM

Serums for oily skin:

                                                                      Kypris Clearing Serum, $67
                                                      Mizon Original Skin Energy Hyaluronic Acid,  $11

Serums for dry skin:

                                                             Mario Badescu Vitamin C Serum, $45
                                                 Boot No7 Protect & Perfect Intense Advanced Serum, $17

FOURTH AND FINAL STEP: NIGHT CREAM 
Night creams for oily skin:
                                                 Andalou Naturals Argan Stem Cell Recovery Cream, $18

                               Herbivore Botanicals – Organic Moon Fruit Superfruit Night Treatment, $58

Night creams for dry skin :
                                               Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Cream, $30
                                           First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream Intense Hydration, $37

Please share with us any experiences you had with skin care products whether it’s positive or negative.