SEQuaderma Acne Prone Skin Serum

We were introduced to SEQuaderma a while back. SEQuaderma are a range of dermatological products that offer quality treatment to alleviate the symptoms of a range of skin conditions. Their products make use of the Sequessome Technology  which uses tiny nano-sized vesicles that are able to penetrate the epidermis and aid in the recovery of skin.

The SEQuaderma range includes 5 different solutions, each targeting a specific skin condition:
- Rosacea
- Atopic Eczema
- Acne Prone Skin
- Ageing and Thinning Skin
- Seborrhoeic Dermatitis



Mr.H has acne prone skin and put the SEQuaderma Acne Prone Skin Serum to test. The serum aims to restore the sebum levels to normal. According to SEQuaderma, the serum has also been shown to reduce blackheads and improve the general skin condition of acne-prone areas.

How SEQuaderma Acne Prone Skin Serum Works?


The serum reduces the excess sebum on the skin. As most of you would know, sebum is the primary cause of acne. So, by improving lymph clearance and flushing, sebum levels are reduced thereby reducing acne symptoms like infection and spots.

The key ingredients in the serum are:
Aqua, Phosphatidylcholine, Alcohol, Glycerin, Chlorhexidine digluconate, Polysorbate 80, Disodium phosphate, Benzyl alcohol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Citric acid, Methyl cellulose, Butylhydroxyanisol, Linalool and Zinc stearate.

How to use and experience


The serum has a semi-opaque, gel kind of texture and is easy to apply. You can use it on the face and body by spreading a thin layer over the affected area. Once it is dry to touch, wipe off the residue if any. You can the follow up with your regular moisturising cream or lotion.



Mr.H has been using the serum for around 4 weeks now and the number of acne spots have reduced. The frequency of appearance of spots also seems to have gone down and his skin is looking a little clearer than usual. He is not very pleased with the fragrance but it is not a deal breaker either. Some of the older, darker acne spots are still there but they do seem to have lightened a little. Overall, he likes the positive aspects he has noticed since using the serum and will be continuing to use it.

SEQuaderma Acne Prone Skin Serum is priced at £19.99 (30ml) and can be picked up from Lloyds pharmacies, Superdrug - both in-store and online.


*Item sent to us for the purpose of review.

1 comment

  1. This sounds like a great product and something my brother would benefit from! Thanks for the thorough review :)


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