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Sell-Out Spanish Anti-Aging And Anti-Acne Serum Is Back In Stock

Sell-Out Spanish Anti-Aging And Anti-Acne Serum Is Back In Stock

A Spanish serum which sold out within hours of it launching in the UK is finally back in stock - but if the original response is anything to go buy, you'll have to be quick if you want to get some hands on some.

Sesderma's Azelac Ru Liposomal Serum TRX promises to pack a formula with a punch that can improve the appearance of both blemishes as well as wrinkles.

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At £44.99 a bottle, it might not be the cheapest of serums on the market (just call it self care) - you also only need four drops of the stuff a day to leave your skin silky smooth and rehydrated.

Credit: Amazon
Credit: Amazon

The multi-tasking serum is designed for all skin types, including those prone to rosacea and acne, combining a number of different active plant-based ingredients to reduce the signs of ageing and pigmentation.

It also increases cellular turnover to even out skin tone, reduce redness, irritation and sun damage.

Customers have left glowing reviews across social media for Sesderma's Azelac Ru Liposomal Serum TRX on Amazon, with some even branding it 'magic'.

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"Magic on face... this is part of my daily night time routine. Really [does] wonders to the skin," gushed one happy shopper leaving a five star review.

And another chipped in: "If you [also have] hyper pigmentation, or dark spot then I will say you should buy this serum. I love the results."

This isn't the only beloved European beauty product launching in the UK this month, as French-pharmacy skincare brand Collosol is finally selling its celeb and Parisian-loved Eau De Lait here too.

Credit: Collosol
Credit: Collosol

It's a face and body cleanser, makeup remover and skin-softening bath soak, making it a multitasking godsend. Even better, it's just £9.50 per bottle.

The cream was originally created by a French pharmacist in the 1950's for actresses who wanted something to gently cleanse their skin and it's been a firm favourite ever since.

Featured Image Credit: Sesderma

Topics: Stylish, acne, Hair and Beauty, Health

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - rachel.andrews@pretty52.com

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