Serozinc – Worth the hype?

I received this product in a goody bag when I attended the Serozinc launch in London back in December. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to post about it but I’m finally writing a review on it despite that everyone and their mum already has!


I use this toner after my cleanser by simply just spraying it on my face although if you prefer you can spray it onto a cotton pad and apply it that way. I then apply the Effaclar Duo [+] to blemishes which works so well in conjunction with Serozinc. I saw noticeable results after a week or so of using it, my skin was so much clearer and I didn’t really feel the need to use spot treatments as often. Now I tend not to use this everyday but in times of need I always reach for this. It’s soothing on the skin which means it doesn’t irritate your face when you’re in the middle of a breakout and it’s nice and refreshing as well.

So how does it work? Serozinc is made up from just three ingredients: water, sodium chloride and zinc sulphate. This makes it perfect for both oily and blemish prone skin as well as sensitive skin.

My only issue with this is that I feel like it comes out more like a heavy spray than a fine mist so my face can feel quite wet but luckily the solution sinks in quickly so I can crack on with the rest of my skincare routine.

It’s so affordable as well, £8.50 (150ml) is such a reasonable price and most of the time it’s reduced on the Escentual website. If I were you I’d try and get my hands on this quickly, it’s definitely worth the hype!



    • Katy Stephenson
      17/04/2015 / 16:51

      you have to check it out! x

    • Katy Stephenson
      18/04/2015 / 11:54

      i know it's magic! x

    • Katy Stephenson
      18/04/2015 / 11:55

      it works really well in conjunction with the effaclar duo 🙂 x

    • Katy Stephenson
      18/04/2015 / 11:55

      yeah it's so refreshing! x

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