About Us

About Ordinary Skincare Co

Ordinary Skincare Co are the suppliers of the Plainordinary© and Extraordinary© skincare ranges. Created, and made in Cape Town, South Africa. To moisturise and protect.

We offer honest skincare products - especially for those with dry or sensitive skins, and those who have \"hardworking\" skin - when the years of sun, sand, sea or stress make finding the right product hard. Our skin is our largest organ - and deserves care and attention. We believe in offering products that work, are safe, and that marry the finest that nature offers with the best of modern science. Our products are made to pharmaceutical industry GMP standards in new facilities in Cape Town. So whether you have problems with dry or troublesome skin on your face, your hands, or your heels - contact us!

We use ethically sourced ingredients carefully chosen for their efficacy - and tested only on humans.

We aim to help you simply choose and we won\'t confuse. So contact us if you need to discuss anything about skincare!

Meet the team


Dr Claire Jamieson is a well-known South African doctor, who pioneered the Well Woman Care programme in South Africa. Her popular weekly appearances on \"Woman\'s Hour\" addressing a broad range of health issues, and her more recent involvement in aesthetic medicine, give Claire unique insight into what we all need to care for our skin - and this is what Ordinary Skincare Co provide. 


Robert Rae brings 30 years\' experience of manufacturing industry to the business. Having worked in the international chemical industry supplying materials to many cosmetic houses, he understands the importance of considerate service, consistent, effective, quality products, and honesty in all business dealings.

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