Bioderma is a dermo-cosmetics company, founded in 1977 in France. In 2001, the company opened its first lab for skincare research and development in Lyon. The brand specializes in dermatology products for sensitive skin, irritated and damaged skin. Their products are widely available for online purchase. *Source: Wikipedia

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Sunscreen -Bioderma -Photoderm Mineral SPF50/PPD22

on 6/8/2018 1:25:00 PM


I wanted to like this sunscreen - but it is truly the worst I’ve tried. I made the mistake of switching from Lancome’s sunscreen to this one. I use sunscreen daily (I’m very fair skinned and burn easily) and so I’ve tried many brands. This one is greasy and leaves an awful white cast to my skin. It seriously looks and feels terrible. Even the packaging leaks and doesn’t spray properly.

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Skincare - Face -Bioderma -Cicabio cream

on 6/8/2018 8:23:00 AM


A disclaimer: I did NOT use this product on my face regularly enough to be able to tell something about it. However, I did use it on my heel after a surgery and I would still like to share my experience because it might be helpful for someone.

Anyway, I had two corns on my heel and had to have them removed. The surgery went well, but the scar remained. The surgeon recommended that I use this cream and it was so helpful. After 2 months of using it, my scar has become almost invisible. I applied it every evening and it was so hydrating and made my skin almost as smooth as before the surgery!

The only potential issue is that it contains mineral oils, so it might not be great for sensitive skin (or if you simply want to avoid them).

I would purchase this product if I had a similar scar again.

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Treatments (Eye) -Bioderma -Sensibio Eye Contour Gel

on 6/8/2018 8:18:00 AM


I've been really struggling to find a good eye cream. I am 24, have a bit dry eye area, dark circles, and my skin (especially the upper lid) is a bit swollen in the morning. I do have some fine lines, particularly under my right eye, but they are still not too visible :)

So, I didn't want an eye cream which would erase my wrinkles, because they are not too prominent yet (I know prevention is important, but I am just so afraid of experiments because my skin is sensitive). I therefore decided to try to find and eye cream which provides good hydration, brightens my eye area, and helps me get rid of swollen eyelids.

I tried to go with Bioderma's gel because I think gels seem to be more effective because they penetrate the skin better. Here's a short summary of my experience:

Hydration: the gel really is hydrating. It has amazing texture and the skin soaks it up in seconds, without a greasy residue. However, I feel I need something that's even more hydrating. So this might work if your skin isn't very dry. Nevertheless, it sits well under my make up for a whole day!

Brightening: not really, or maybe just a little. I did notice that my dark circles got a bit brighter, but after using it for four months now, I would expect way better results. Therefore, if you have very dark circles, maybe this isn't the ideal option.

Swelling: the gel really helps to get rid of swollen eyelids. It has caffeine as one of its main ingredients, and that one seems to work. In general, I do like its ingredients because they are minimal and it contains no harsh chemicals. So it creates a sort of a tingling sensation, but it really does reduce puffiness.

What I also miss in this product is of course the SPF. I know how difficult is to find a good eye cream with an SPF, but I would still love to see it here.

Overall, it's an okay product, and I might even buy it again because its price is also ok, unless I find something better.

Cleansers -Bioderma -Sensibio H2O Micellar Water

on 6/8/2018 8:01:00 AM


This is an amazing product! I have very sensitive eyes and skin and I feel it's really safe to use. Of course, like every micellar water, I don't think it's sufficient for make-up removal, so I use it after Dermalogica's Precleanse. However, it really does its job, and my skin has been very calm since I've been using it.

Packaging is 4/5 just because it's plastic, but I don't know of a micellar water which comes in a glass bottle, so I guess that's expected.

Sunscreen -Bioderma -Photoderm max 50+ Aquafluid

on 6/4/2018 3:18:00 AM


The texture is very liquidy and doesn't absorb well on my skin. I have combination skin and this just never dries down.
I usually just apply full amount (1.25ml) on the face and wait for 30 mins. Tap/blot with tissue for those excess (unabsorbed) leftover liquid and pat loose powder over my face; it will get oily in 1 hour still tho. But it protects well, only not cosmetically elegant for daily basis.
Tried it during my stay in a very humid Singapore and dry climate in Indonesia (seaside). The sunscreen protects well, I get no tan. Again, it stays oily and greasy regardless of the humidity level.

Never try it on water activity yet but my sister said it protected her during her water activity without reapplying.

This doesn't have any smell. Maybe if I try to sniff it then there is a ever so slightly sunscreen smell. But really, it doesn't smell anything.

I can't use chemical sunscreen on the eyes as it stings. I usually just apply BurnOut face & body (physical ZnO based) to the eyes area

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