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The Ordinary’s Hydrating New Cleanser Is Now at Ulta Beauty — For Less Than $13

The Ordinary promises this is a gentle cleanser that removes dirt, oil and impurities while keeping your moisture barrier healthy.
The Ordinary.

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It’s always a good day when there’s a new product from The Ordinary. The affordable skincare brand doesn’t launch products all the time. It’s much more thoughtful about what is needed in your skincare routine. The newest drop, The Ordinary Glucoside Foaming Cleanser, just launched at Ulta Beauty. Previously, you got first access if you signed up for The Ordinary’s The O. Lab mailing list. But now it’s out for us all.

When you sign up for The O. Lab, you get an access link to shop products early. There are a whopping six new launches coming in the first half of 2023 so it’s a good time to get in the know. And who doesn’t love getting first access?!

Now, here’s everything you need to know about the new hydrating cleanser.

the ordinary cleanser
The Ordinary.

The Ordinary promises this is a gentle cleanser that removes dirt, oil and impurities while keeping your moisture barrier healthy. It’s all about the moisture barrier these days! Because it’s non-comedogenic (meaning it won’t clog the pores), it’s good for all skin types. The gel-to-foam formula also promises to be clarifying, making it especially good for those with oily skin. It contains decyl glucoside, a mild surfactant that won’t dry out your skin, as well as coco-glucoside, an ultra-mild cleansing agent derived from coconuts.

Prudvi, Chief Scientific Officer for Deciem and The Ordinary, recommends double cleansing with Squalane Cleanser ($19.90 at The Ordinary) and the new Glucoside Foaming Cleanser. The former removes makeup, dirt, and other impurities, while the latter clarifies and strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier. Strong, healthy skin looks more plump and glowy.

“The first step usually consists of an oil-like or oil-based cleanser to gently remove makeup, sunscreen, and dirt,” Kaka said in a statement. “With the second cleanse, using a water-based cleanser, acting to remove any residual oil and leaving the face feeling clean and refreshed.”

Head over to  Ulta Beauty to grab your faves now.

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