La Roche Posay Serozinc Review
Oh Serozinc, so simple yet so effective and until now, so annoying to obtain. I’m ecstatic that I can now get Serozinc on Amazon, previously it was only available in the states via the La Roche Posay website. I was first turned on to Serozinc by Lady Hirons, and ever since then, I have been ordering them three at a time directly from LRP as to get free shipping and never run out of this soothing gem of a product. This soothing salt water and zinc sulfate spray is the epitome of “less is more.”
La Roche Posay Serozinc Spray can help purify your blemish-prone, troublesome skin. Serozinc; a toning mist enriched with zinc sulphate.
Serozinc is created with just three ingredients: water, healing zinc sulphate (0.10%) and astringent sodium chloride (0.75%). Together, these three ingredients target blemishes, marks, redness and excess oiliness, ensuring your complexion feels fresh and comfortable at any time of day.
The versatile formula is perfect for use as a toner between cleansing and moisturizing, or it can be utilized at any time of day to refresh and treat your skin. It’s a straightforward and efficient solution to help mattify oily skin, prevent excess shine and tighten the appearance of pores.
I use Serozinc for so many things. I use it as described by La Roche Posay as well as on patches of eczema that I get on my hands and arms, cuts, burns, redness and even on my nephew’s butt during diaper changes. I often apply this while I’m working if I get shiny, after an application of an acid toner to neutralize the acid and before using a retinoid. The uses for this soothing spray are limitless. So in short, if anything on your bod is irritated and needs to be soothed, spray Serozinc on it. I use it the way Windex was used in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.”
Final thoughts, this is a product that should be in every home!
2 thoughts on “Love Letter to La Roche Posay Serozinc”
Awesome review! Just went and purchased. And best of all it’s not expensive!
That’s hilarious about how you use it as it’s your version of Windex! Loved that!