The Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% from The Ordinary has legions of fans, who have called it ‘unbeatable’ and ‘necessary’.

Costing just £5.50 for 30ml, they’ve also praised the price and begged the makers to bring out a bigger size.

The wonder product is a ‘multifunctional brightening formula’, which is also vegan and gluten-free.

The website described the product as: “Azelaic Acid is produced naturally by yeast that lives on normal skin.

“It brightens the skin tone while visibly improving the evenness of skin texture and reducing the look of blemishes.

The product has been hailed as a miracle by some

  • Azelaic Acid Suspension 10%, The Ordinary, £5.50 – buy now

“It is a multi-functional support ingredient for all skin types and also acts as an effective antioxidant.

“This formula offers a very high 10% concentration of high-purity Azelaic Acid in a lightweight cream-gel system.”

The product has racked up more than 200 reviews online, with an overall rating of 8.4 out of 10.

And beauty fans left scores of comments singing its praises.

One person wrote: “This stuff is amazing! I bought this in the hopes that it would help with my rosacea.

“Within a few days my flare-ups and bumps I was getting at night stopped, and my overall skin texture was looking great.

“After a couple of weeks of use, my redness is cut down by probably 2/3 and my skin is looking much more smooth, with diminished appearance of pores.”

Another said: “This is the single most impactive, effective, and necessary skin care product that I have ever used and that is saying a lot.

“Within three days my skin was so smooth, even toned, and less breakouts.

“I have acne prone combination skin and this is a miracle for acne and acne scars. It makes skin texture gorgeous and light reflecting.

“The price point is absolutely unbeatable.”

A third fan commented: “Very nice product for my sensitive, acne-prone skin with mild rosacea. Please make a larger size.”

And this person said: “I got this for my chronic redness/flushed skin on my nose and cheeks (pretty sure it’s the start of rosacea but I’ve never been officially diagnosed).

“Literally after using it ONE TIME I woke up the next morning with super even-toned skin without a trace of redness, something I haven’t seen in YEARS.

“Even after washing my face, which always makes my face red, no redness.”

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