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    The OrdinaryEUK 134 0.1%<p>Starring an exceptionally rare self-regenerating antioxidant, The Ordinary&#8217;s EUK 134 0.1% provides age-defying power offered by very few other products on the market. The pleasingly low price tag does not reflect its extremely high potency &#8211; while EUK 134 itself is very costly, the most common concentration for any formulation is below 0.05%, so The Ordinary&#8217;s 0.1% is impressively high, unmatched by any other product on the market.* Free from water, silicones, oils and alcohol (all of which can impair the stability of antioxidants) EUK 134 0.1% consists of an exceptionally rare self-generating molecule that neutralises free radicals, therefore preventing the production of collagen and elastin from being inhibited (which will keep skin plumper and more youthful). This potent product can also be mixed with others, such as The Ordinary&#8217;s <a href="https://www.cultbeauty.co.uk/the-ordinary-natural-moisturizing-factors-ha.html" target="_blank">{Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA}</a>, for a strong antioxidant boost; however, it should not be used immediately with strong acids, as they will compromise its beneficial effects.&nbsp;</p><p>*According to The Ordinary&#8217;s research</p> ORD0267699151940745 stars, based on5 reviews 6.95Cult BeautyNew

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    EUK 134 0.1%
    ( 30ml )

    £6.95
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    • Why it's Cult

      The pocket money price tag of this formula belies its incredible potency – in fact, EUK 134 is one of the strongest antioxidants available, which can regenerate itself to offer round-the-clock defence from free radical damage. Neglected by the mass market, The Ordinary is bringing this innovative ingredient straight to your radiance regime – at an ultra-high (0.1%) concentration to maximise the age-defying effects.

    • Description

      Starring an exceptionally rare self-regenerating antioxidant, The Ordinary’s EUK 134 0.1% provides age-defying power offered by very few other products on the market. The pleasingly low price tag does not reflect its extremely high potency – while EUK 134 itself is very costly, the most common concentration for any formulation is below 0.05%, so The Ordinary’s 0.1% is impressively high, unmatched by any other product on the market.* Free from water, silicones, oils and alcohol (all of which can impair the stability of antioxidants) EUK 134 0.1% consists of an exceptionally rare self-generating molecule that neutralises free radicals, therefore preventing the production of collagen and elastin from being inhibited (which will keep skin plumper and more youthful). This potent product can also be mixed with others, such as The Ordinary’s {Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA}, for a strong antioxidant boost; however, it should not be used immediately with strong acids, as they will compromise its beneficial effects. 

      *According to The Ordinary’s research

    • How to use

      Apply alone or after water-based serums, before oils or heavier creams. Alternatively, mix with other treatments to enhance their antioxidant capacity significantly. Do not use with highly acidic formulations such as suspensions of ascorbic acid.

    • Full ingredients list

      Propanediol, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride

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    The Ordinary - EUK 134 0.1%

    The Ordinary EUK 134 0.1% Reviews

    Yes yes yes
    Out of the many The Ordinary products I’ve purchased, this is by far my favourite. Coupled with Biologique Recherche’s P50 and placenta serum, these 3 are my HG.
    Very nice but a little heavy
    Has a warming effect when applied to the skin. Very nice but a little heavy.
    Do feel I'm seeing results here...
    Writing this after having used this product for about 2 weeks, so impressions are still early on. I have been using Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate Solution 20% in Vitamin F for some months now as part of my overall regimen - it's a product I really like, that sits well under my foundation and is pleasant to use. However, I was curious about EUK being a manganese-based antioxidant and it's self-regenerative properties. Thought it would be nice to compare. My initial thoughts are that the texture for me, is more suited to nighttime use - it's a bit thicker than the ATS20%, takes a bit longer to really sink in. I also noted an obvious (but pleasant) warming sensation when applying it. I use it at night over NIOD CAIS, then Hylamide. What I am noticing in the morning is that my skin looks a bit brighter, calmer and smoother than with what I was using before. I try to not let the "placebo effect" guide me on products, but I genuinely think this may be, for me, superior to the 20% at least in terms of how my skin seems to be more visibly responding to it. I will still use the other product during the day, though, because it just is a bit easier to work within those circumstances. But I will repurchase this! At least so far, I'm seeing some results.
    Noticeable difference
    I’ve been using Ordinary for a few months now & started incorporating this into my morning routine. I am 39 with oily T zone & fine lines. I used this after the Ordinary ‘buffet’ but mix the Euk with the ordinary moisturizer. It’s smoothed my skin, almost like a very light dermabrasion. Probably one of my favourite Ordinary products. Defo recommend but mix it or it will be too heavy/ oily.
    Subtle, but effective
    I use this in the mornings, every other day, alternating it with my Drunk Elephant C- Firma, which I have been using for about six months. I find this to be a lovely accompaniment to my skincare routine, it's brightening but does not sting or irritate the skin. I have dry skin, and so really like the thick, almost oily texture, and works well for me in the morning but can see how this may not be best for some people with oily or combination skin.

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