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The Ordinary Alpha Lipoic Acid 5%

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The Ordinary Alpha Lipoic Acid 5% is packed with Anti-Oxidant power to reduce the signs of photo-damage and premature ageing, including pigmentation, lines and wrinkles. 

Why you need it:
The Ordinary Alpha Lipoic Acid 5% is an enzyme that has powerful Anti-Oxidant properties, and is up to 400 times stronger than Vitamins C and E. It boosts the impact of other anti-oxidants including Vitamins C and E, while working to improve skin's texture and tone for a renewed and refreshed complexion. It combats free radical activity that can cause premature ageing, lessening the signs of photo-damage including pigmenation and fine lines.  It helps to exfoliate skin, exposing brighter skin cells underneath, and regulate skin's production of oil for fewer clogged pores and breakouts.

Important:
Alpha Lipoic Acid is sensitive to sunlight, so keep away from direct sunlight, and use at night-time only for maximum effectiveness.
Do not use on irritated or sensitive skin.

Free from:
Water-free, Oil-free, Silicone-free, Nut-free,  Gluten-free, Vegan , Cruelty-free

How to use:
Apply 2-3 drops over the entire face, no more than 2-3 times per week. Do not use every day as this could cause sensitivity. This product can be diluted with most oils to reduce its strength if desired.

Volume:
30ml

Propanediol, Thioctic Acid.
The Ordinary is a range of truly effective skincare solutions - Clinical Formulations With Integrity - that lets you design your own regimen with exactly the solutions you need. No frills and no fuss mean The Ordinary skincare gives you top quality ingredients at affordable prices. Part of the DECIEM group of beauty companies, all The Ordinary products are made by the in-house team of chemists. The Ordinary skincare formulas are vegan and cruelty-free, plus free of parabens, sulphates and mineral oil. Available now at Cloud10Beauty.com, official The Ordinary skincare stockist.