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Canadian Skincare Brand The Ordinary Finally Returns To Sephora

 

 

After a tumultuous year, Canadian skincare brand The Ordinary is finally back in Sephora stores. Last year, The Ordinary CEO Brandon Truaxe had abruptly pulled the brand from stores.

According to beauty insider @TrendMood1, the company is developing 50 new products for 2019 including a baby line.

 

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It’s Official! #TheOrdinary is NOW! BACK 🚨 online #Sephora LINK ➡️ BIO 🖤 you can now shop the Super affordable #skincare brand @deciem Which has been taken over by a new ceo #NicolaKilner There are more than 50 new products in development planned for 2019Also a new baby line #Hippooh with products that will each contain five or fewer ingredients + #Loopha a body-care line. In 2019 they are planning to open new stores like in LA & Europe . . . What are your thoughts? 🖤 #TRENDMOOD THANK U for this beautiful update: @officialmaureen @rayday0330 @kissy82 😘 . . .#healthy #makeup #beauty #bbloggers #beautyblogger makeupoftheday #motd #makeupoftheday #mua #ilovemakeup #makeup #makeupaddict #makeuplover #makeupblogger #makeuponpoint #onpoint #makeuplook #makeuplove #makeuptalk #makeuptutorial #makeuplover #makeupaddict #makeupaddiction#makeupdolls

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The Ordinary has been a massive success for its parent company Deciem with celebrity fans and a rapidly growing customer base. If you’re in the market for affordable yet quality skincare, The Ordinary products (most under $20) are definitely worth a look.  

 

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