A hugely popular facial serum that had 6,000 people on its wait list is finally back in stock.
The Azelac Ru Liposomal Serum TRX, by Spanish brand Sesderma, was in such demand that is sold out within 24 hours of its UK release last month.
But thankfully, the hugely popular serum, it sells one bottle every 30 seconds, is finally available for purchase again.
The £40.80 bottle serum is clinically proven to deliver “brighter, more luminous skin while helping to control hyperpigmentation for a more even skin tone”.
Each 30ml bottle contains key ingredients Niacinamide, an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that adds luminosity to skin; Retinol, a powerful anti-wrinkle agent and Vitamin C; an antioxidant that protects cells from the damaging effects of free radicals.
It also includes the active ingredient Tranexamic Acid TRX Booster System that’s used to reduce the appearance of UV induced melasma safely and effectively.
Plenty of customers agree with its claims, with many giving it 5* reviews on Amazon.
One happy shopper said, “Really helped my red patches on my face. I leave it on overnight and in the morning, my red skin fades.
“After a few uses, my redness was totally gone. This bottle will last you soooo long as you don’t need much.”
Another added, “Magic on face..this is part of my daily night time routine. Really do wonders to the skin. If any bump occur on face apply this after toner in night, next morning plain skin. I will highly recommend it.”
And a third said it really was a miracle worker for sufferers of hyper pigmentation.
They wrote, “If You are also facing hyper pigmentation, or dark spot then I will say You should buy this serum. I love the results.”
Sesderma recommend applying four drops in your hand and massaging on the areas to be treated before bed time (and prior to your regular treatment).
Buy Azelac Ru Liposomal Serum TRX atsesderma.co.uk.
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Jenni McKnight is a beauty, lifestyle and entertainment journalist and a regular contributor to woman&home, having previously worked as Acting Senior Content Editor of our former sister site, CelebsNow. She has also written for HELLO! Magazine, GoodToKnow, the Daily Mirror and Yahoo!
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