Review: La Roche Posay Serozinc...

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La Roche Posay's Serozinc is another one of those beauty products that everyone talks about and wants to try. For a long time, it was only available overseas but thankfully, the skincare gods heard beauty blogger pleas and you can now readily purchase Serozinc in Boots and online. 
Serozinc review
Serozin Review
So what is it? Serozinc is essentially a toner containing 3 simple ingredients: water, zinc sulphate and sodium chloride and is targeted towards oily and blemish-prone skin. 

I have been using this toner every night after applying my Pixi Glow Tonic (review here) and I've definitely noticed a difference in my skin; although I don't use it in the morning, my skin is much less oily throughout the day and my make up stays much more in place, especially on my t-zone where it usually goes a bit patchy. As well as having less oil, I've also had a huge reduction in the number of large, painful blemishes (you know, those ones which feel like you're growing another head!)

To use this, I simply close my eyes and spray a fine mist over my face and leave it to soak in, but if you prefer, you can apply it to a cotton pad and simply sweep over your face.

For £8.50 a bottle this is without a doubt a product I'll now always have in my skincare stash and I'd definitely recommend this to those of you with oily or blemish-prone skin.

Have you tried Serozinc? Let me know what you thought below!
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2 comments

  1. This sounds perfect for me as i have oily blemish prone skin x
    Emma | Emmys Beauty Cave

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  2. I love this stuff! Really feel like it helps calm my spots down especially on my chin and jawline!

    Danielle's Beauty Blog

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