La roche posay serozinc

"Purify your blemish-prone, troublesome skin with La Roche-Posay Serozinc, a toning mist enriched with zinc sulphate"

Here I am again with another hyped up product - La Roche-Posay Serozinc, created with just three ingredients: healing zinc sulphate (0.10%) and astringent sodium chloride (0.75%)  which claim to target blemishes, marks and excess oiliness. 

When I see something popping up all over the blogs with positive reviews here there and everywhere I get sucked in. Until recently this product wasn't easy to get hold of in the UK, I ordered mine off eBay for around £13-£15 ouch but I expected good things from this product especially when your skins playing up I'm willing to pay anything. 

As with any toning step I use after cleansing and sprayed onto cotton wool and applied to my face particularly focusing on my problem area..the chin! Although I much prefer to spray directly on the face as the product doesn't get soaked up by the cotton pad.

I've been using this product since last year, I can't remember the exact month but what I do know is I've gave it enough time to figure out it does absolutely nothing for my skin, doesn't calm or keep breakouts at bay, doesn't help with excess oiliness and certainly doesn't help to heal marks. 

Again I was suckered into buying an over hyped product and was left disappointed as usual. The good thing is that it's currently on offer on Escentual for £5.66 so you can try it for yourself. 

Anyone else noticed a difference using this toner?


  1. Thank you for sharing! Amazing post!
    Like the way you write your posts and your blog!

    Diana Cloudlet


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