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! * LolaStar Hearts | UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog * !: Review: Salcura Antiac Acne Treatment

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Review: Salcura Antiac Acne Treatment

salcura antiac spot treatment acne review swatch photo
salcura antiac spot treatment acne review swatch photo

Any product that claims to help spots immediately has my attention. As I’ve mentioned previously, my spots are hormonal so no matter what products I use those pesky pimples will still pop up and camp out. I’d never heard of Salcura Antiac* before so when I first got it I had no idea what to expect.

I can’t even begin to describe how amazing this makes my skin feel. It’s almost like my skin is breathing. It’s so cooling and refreshing and feels like it’s really working. Obviously it couldn’t do much to stop new breakouts on my hormonal skin, but it did a very good job drying out spots when they did appear – especially if I’d picked them (I just can’t help myself…).

salcura antiac spot treatment acne review swatch photo

Pros

The spray is great as it’s obviously more hygienic than dipping your fingers into a germy pot. And the product is very nutrient rich and free from chemicals and steroids, so it’s nice to know that you’re treating spots without harsh chemicals that may have an adverse reaction on your skin. It’s also good to know that it’s suitable for even the most sensitive skin.

salcura antiac spot treatment acne review swatch photo
salcura antiac spot treatment acne review swatch photo 

Cons

This stuff stings like a mother trucker if you get it in your eyes. It also doesn’t feel so great if you get it in/around your mouth and lips (I obviously don’t have a good aim). The directions are a bit too lengthy for my liking too. Spray face, massage face, spray on cotton pad, wipe, spray face again, massage again, follow with moisturiser. I don’t have the time to do this twice a day. However if acne is a big issue for you then I suppose an extra few minutes in front of the mirror wouldn’t hurt.

Bottom line

The ‘cons’ are mainly to do with user issues and laziness so I can fault the product itself. It definitely does what it says on the tin and is gentle and effective at the same time. Win, win. I would probably buy it again, but I have a few things I want to try first.


Salcura Antiac Spray can be purchased from the Salcura Skincare website and in selected Boots, available in three sizes prices start at £9.99 for 50ml.







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4 Comments:

At December 30, 2012 at 8:19 PM , Blogger LolaStar said...

Your skin looks so clear and glowing in that photo on the right that I have a hard time believing that you need to use acne treatments! But I'm glad you found something good :) I'm having a giveaway if you'd like to enter :) http://improvisedintentions.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/christmas-giveaway.html Hope you have a good NYE! xx

 
At January 1, 2013 at 5:41 PM , Blogger LolaStar said...

Haha I wish! But thank you lovely. Happy New Year!x

 
At January 7, 2013 at 12:43 PM , Blogger LolaStar said...

You should try Salcura conditioners! I've started using it a month ago and it made my hair less greasy. I myself have cystic acne that's hormonal related. I made a new year resolution to clear up my skin so on the 31st I bought a whole line from Yon-Ka, did a skin analysis at a spa, and am using Dr. Murad's 'The Water Secret'. Fingers crossed! Follow my progress here :) http://mezzoandmezzo.blogspot.co.uk/

 
At August 23, 2013 at 7:40 PM , Blogger Lola Omokorede said...

Hello! nice review :)
could I ask you if the INCI list on the spray packing matches to the ingredients list on the site? (Water (Aqua), Vitamin and Mineral Solution, Dead Sea Minerals (Maris Sal), Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia), Australian Sandalwood Oil (Santalum Spicatum), Sea Buckthorn Oil (Hippophaes Rhamnoides), Manuka Oil (Leptospermum Scoparium), Nerolina Oil (Melaleuca Piliga), Vegetable Glycerine, Aloe Vera Oil (Aloe Barbadensis), Eucalyptus Oil (Eucalyptus Globulus))

 

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