No B.S.

No B.S.


Overall rating
3.7
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67%
would repurchase
3.7
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Overall rating
67%
would repurchase

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Retinol Night Cream
5.0
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3 months ago

WOWOWOW. After just two uses, my skin is remarkably clearer and smoother. Truly amazing. I have oily skin that is prone to break outs, and lately I've been having these weird dry patches (maybe from my new allergy pills? IDK), so I've got issues. A friend gave me this, and I can't thank her enough. A little goes a long way, and that little dollop packs a mean punch! Can't wait to see what happens after a week or two. So far, so amazing!

Retinol Night Cream
5.0
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3 months ago

WOWOWOW. After just two uses, my skin is remarkably clearer and smoother. Truly amazing. I have oily skin that is prone to break outs, and lately I've been having these weird dry patches (maybe from my new allergy pills? IDK), so I've got issues. A friend gave me this, and I can't thank her enough. A little goes a long way, and that little dollop packs a mean punch! Can't wait to see what happens after a week or two. So far, so amazing!


Retinol Night Cream
5.0
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7 months ago

I have no idea what AnneMarine (below) is talking about. "Retinyl Palmitate" is clearly listed in the ingredients. This is retinol. Learn your ingredients -- all the various terms for your ingredients, because everything has another name -- and be informed. Or, if the diea of learning makes your head hurt, use the internet. Here, let me help you. "Retinyl palmitate, or vitamin A palmitate, is the ester of retinol and palmitic acid, with formula C₃₆H₆₀O₂. An alternate spelling, retinol palmitate, which violates the -yl organic chemical naming convention for esters, is also frequently seen." Wikipedia. Yo. This has a great list of ingredients. Some may object to isopropyl alcohol, but it is at the end, so the amount is miniscule and most likely evaporates before it even hits your skin. I am so impressed at the lack of propylene and butylene glycol or carbonate -- which is ubiquitous in skin care -- I was happy to give the trial box a try. So far, no complaints. And a GREAT mission statement and excellent buzz. The Ordinary and No B.S. -- YAY! appealing to women's minds instead of insecurities! What a concept!

Retinol Night Cream
5.0
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7 months ago

I have no idea what AnneMarine (below) is talking about. "Retinyl Palmitate" is clearly listed in the ingredients. This is retinol. Learn your ingredients -- all the various terms for your ingredients, because everything has another name -- and be informed. Or, if the diea of learning makes your head hurt, use the internet. Here, let me help you. "Retinyl palmitate, or vitamin A palmitate, is the ester of retinol and palmitic acid, with formula C₃₆H₆₀O₂. An alternate spelling, retinol palmitate, which violates the -yl organic chemical naming convention for esters, is also frequently seen." Wikipedia. Yo. This has a great list of ingredients. Some may object to isopropyl alcohol, but it is at the end, so the amount is miniscule and most likely evaporates before it even hits your skin. I am so impressed at the lack of propylene and butylene glycol or carbonate -- which is ubiquitous in skin care -- I was happy to give the trial box a try. So far, no complaints. And a GREAT mission statement and excellent buzz. The Ordinary and No B.S. -- YAY! appealing to women's minds instead of insecurities! What a concept!

Retinol Night Cream
1.0
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a year ago

No BS? Ha, there's no retinol to be found in this retinol night cream! At $50 a bottle, it was nothing more than an overpriced moisturizer and my skin knew it. The texture and packaging was nice, but prefer to pay for skincare. So FULL of bs.

Retinol Night Cream
1.0
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a year ago

No BS? Ha, there's no retinol to be found in this retinol night cream! At $50 a bottle, it was nothing more than an overpriced moisturizer and my skin knew it. The texture and packaging was nice, but prefer to pay for skincare. So FULL of bs.