Watch This Before You Use The Ordinary Skincare #fdarecall
Watch This Before You Use The Ordinary Skincare #fdarecall
Well, hi they my skincare besties, it's your favorite skincare entrepreneur Tonia Ryan. And today I'm going to be talking about hashtag skincare news. The FDA is warning the public about ordinary, the ordinary skincare products. I'm going to tell you all about it coming up, and if you can please make sure you like and subscribe to my channel so we can always stay connected. And this way you can get all my money saving coupon codes on skincare. Now, the ordinary, okay, this is a lot. This is a big brand and it's a big brand on YouTube, right? It's a really inexpensive brand out there. I have never used it. I never had any plans to use it because I only use high-end medical grade skincare, but a lot of people do use it. You could be one of those people that's using it. And if you are using it, you need to know this.


Um, news info dot inquire is reporting that the FDA warns the public, that the use of three ordinary skin care products. There's some sort of issue. Now, this is what confused me. Okay. This is coming. This is a press release. It's coming from the Philippines. So I don't know if this is manufactured in the Philippines or it's not, but the FDA caution the public against buying three of these because they are unauthorized cosmetic products. Now being a skincare expert, there are some skincare products that the FDA regulates. Some of them they don't are in it. Skincare is manufactured in an FDA regulated facility is made in the USA and clinically tested, which is so important because you have to be very careful where you get your skincare products from and what you're putting on your face. Now they're saying it's the nice in my 10% plus zinc 1%, um, the ordinary aha, 30% plus BHA 2% and the ordinary hyaluronic acid, 2% plus B five.


They said the products were verified through post-marketing surveillance and show no valid certificate, a product notification as of this June in 2021. So what that means is that they must have been saying that they were verified FDA products. This is just my assumption for what I'm reading. And they marketed that, but they didn't have a valid certificate showing that they were FDA approved products. And there's OTC in my world. OTC means over the counter. And then there's RX products, which need a prescription. So these were over the counter products. So that's pretty scary when you start really thinking about it, because if they're marketing things a certain way and it's not true, I don't understand why so many of these big companies keep doing the same blunders. Um, you know, at some point it's going to come back to haunt you at that point. Maybe they don't care because they've already made so much money, but they just pay fines or settle a lawsuit or whatever it is.


But those are things you should not be. I am so into quality control from the beginning. I want to know almost everything that has to do about my different batches that are coming out. I want, I want all the information at the end. So saying that potential hazards may come from ingredients that are not allowed to be part of a cosmetic product. We're from the contamination of heavy metals. That's really bad. That's not good at all. It says use of it can possibly result in adverse reactions, including, but not limited to skin irritation, itchiness analeptic shock and organ failure. Okay. So it's super duper serious. So that's why friends. I'm always trying to educate you as much as I can. I've had some people say to me before, oh, you know, you think, you know, everything or this or that. And that's not the case at all.


I don't know everything. I don't know anyone who does know everything, but what I do know is the research behind whatever products that you're selling. It is your responsibility, whoever you are, company influencer, celebrity, whoever it is to make sure that what you're selling is safe to the public. That's why I love it. And it's skincare is made in the United States. It's in an FDA regulated facility. And that is what is important to me that there's clinical trials, all of that. And then it gets tested, you know, several batches, you know, several different times throughout the month to make sure that everything is where it needs to be. And the FDA comes in and actually checks that as well. So if you are using any of these products, my recommendation will be to discard them and perhaps, and or perhaps contact the ordinary to see if you can get reimbursed or take them back to the store that you purchased them from.


So on a much lighter note, um, if you would like to get medical grade skincare that you do know comes from a regulated FDA facility, you can go to inanceskin.com. I'm going to give you a coupon code and a link down here below, and I can help save you money on medical grade, skincare and hope you choose the right products for your skin, because there's nothing more important than making sure you're picking the right products. And you're getting products that are safe for you as well. So thank you so much for watching my friends have a wonderful day, my skincare besties, and I'll see you soon. Thanks so much for watching bye-bye. 
 
Skincare news source:  Inquirer.net

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