If you mention La Roche-Posay to most bloggers they'd tell you how much of a cult following their Effaclar Duo has. It's the perfect moisturiser for blemish prone skin.

Their Serozinc toner was always spoken highly of by the likes of Caroline Hirons but it wasn't available in the UK. Until last year when every blogger rushed out to try it. Again, speaking highly of it.

I picked it up a little while ago but it wasn't until I recently switched up my skincare routine, becoming more rigorous, that it really became a daily staple.


So what is Serozinc? Serozinc is a mist toner containing zinc sulphate. It's perfect for oily and blemish-prone skin, both of which I have. But can be used on more sensitive skin also. It helps skin to look mattified and less oily.

 I tend to use Pixi Glow Tonic of an evening and this as part of my morning routine. It comes in a spray aerosol so after cleansing I just spritz it all over and let it sink in. The directions suggest wiping off any excess but I find my skin just drinks it up. It feels cooling and refreshing on the skin and doesn't give your pores that tight feeling. Once soaked in I apply moisturiser as normal.

I've noticed a real difference in my skin since using this, though I think that's down to being stricter with making sure I do my routine twice a day, every day. In the past I've used toners which have left my skin feeling dry and tight. This leaves my skin feeling fresh, shine free and any outbreaks I do have seem to look a little calmer. It's definetly a keeper for me.
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Price:
£8.50 / 150ml

Where to buy:
www.boots.com
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