This is one of Australia’s best-selling serums

This Bargain Serum Is A Bestseller In Australia

And it costs less than $10!

Beauty Crew Junior Beauty Writer / June 05 2019

There’s just one thing we love more than being let in on a top-selling beauty product, and that’s finding out said bestseller comes in at a bargain price point. 

And we’ve just discovered a total doozy, guys.

This unassuming little white dropper bottle of The Ordinary’s Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% serum has sold more units than any other The Ordinary product on Adore Beauty’s website. And it has a whopping 877 (glowing) reviews to boot.

One user said, “This looks absolutely stunning on the skin under makeup and just moisturiser. Gives an incredible glow, doesn’t dry skin but leaves pores looking minimised without feeling tight!”

While another sung the praises of the serum’s congestion-clearing qualities: “I had read so many great reviews and it lived up to my expectations. For the last couple of months I have had a breakout of pimples and cystic acne on my chin. Within a few days of using this, my chin was less red and had started to clear. A week later and my chin area looks great and no new pimples.”

And that’s not even the best news. This super serum costs just $9.90.

Yep, you better believe it!

We’re also thinking that with the arrival of winter, this could just be the perfect product to introduce into our skin care regimen…

Niacinamide (otherwise known as vitamin B3) has a slew of skin care benefits. It clears blemishes and congestion, improves the skin’s barrier function (so that less moisture is lost), and it brightens, smooths and evens out the complexion - it’s kind of a skin care superhero! 

You can thank us later.

If you’re looking for more bargain beauty buys, you need to stock up on Priceline’s top-selling face masks.

Have you tried this bestselling serum from The Ordinary? Let us know in the comments. 

Main image credit: Getty

Isobel is BEAUTYcrew’s Junior Beauty Writer. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously an intern in the beauty department at ELLE Australia.