Serozinc Review | Overhyped, Yet Underrated

Serozinc is the magic, gentle French toner that's taken over the beauty blogging world. But if you're just using this as a toner then you're really missing out.

Let's take a quick look at the ingredients: Water, Sodium Chloride (Salt), Zinc Sulfate.

That's it. This is simple a zinc solution. It doesn't get more complicated than that.

Everyone keeps going on and on about how this clears up light acne and "tones" the skin, which is all true. But I can't believe how many of the bloggers/vloggers reviewing it didn't read the instructions on the back of the bottle. This stuff is good for so much more!

3 Main Uses of Serozinc

Diaper Rash Solution
Prevents and heals minor diaper rash.

Toner for Acne Prone Skin
This is the toner to try if your skin is both sensitive and a little zitty. It's actually gentle enough to be used on a baby's bottom. Plus, it's simply effective.

You might not feel that it's effective at first, because it feels like you're just spraying water on your face. But if you let it sink into the skin before applying moisturiser, it dries though little blemishes right up.

Razor Burn
Serozinc also calms and soothes razor burn, so your significant other might want to try this out as well. This is effective no matter where you razor burn is and gentle enough to use on a baby's bottom. Hint, hint. It might be something you want to try out during swimsuit season. Just sayin'!


This is one that you'll absolutely want to pick up if you ever find yourself in a French pharmacy.

Happy Thursday Everyone!


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