Biotherm is a French luxury skin care company whose first products originated from a thermal spring in the Pyrenees. The healing properties of this mineral water were observed by Dr. Jos Jullien in the 1950's. Together with Jeanine Marissal, a Monaco-based cosmetician, they started Biotherm. The company was acquired by L'Oréal in 1970.

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418 products

3,573 reviews

61% would repurchase

Recent Biotherm Reviews

BB Cream -Biotherm -Aquasource BB Cream Fair-Medium

on 12/8/2018 12:34:00 PM


I'm kind of person who doesn't like to use make up (Honestly I don't need it) But when Im going on some nice dinner or gallery opening I will go with this one <3

Fragrances -Biotherm -Eau D Energie

on 11/22/2018 10:14:00 AM


The scent is nice but it doesnt last on the skin. I used it as a body mist but still didnt last a long time. I wouldnt repurchase

Toners -Biotherm -Skin Oxygen Oxygenating Lotion

on 10/14/2018 9:55:00 AM


I got a sample of this. Wait, are they kidding? First of all, "oxygenating"... even if that were good for the skin (highly doubtful), there is nothing in this product that would "oxygenate" the skin. To claim that this somehow "helps de-pollute the skin", whatever that means, is laughable. You may think I'm being rude, but it really irritates me when people blithely recycle marketing blurbs in their reviews without even stopping to think, Is this total bulls**t?
The product in any case is so full of harmful and irritating ingredients that I did not even dare put any on my face - I wiped the back of my neck with it to refresh myself given its high alcohol content and strong fragrance.
Peppermint water, peppermint oil and menthol for example are well-known irritants, as are rosemary, thyme and oregano, clove and eugeniol, and geraniol, limonene and linalool (fragrance oils). Denatured alcohol is the third ingredient.... c'mon Biotherm, this product is a joke.

Here is the inci: Aqua, mentha piperita (=peppermint) leaf water, alcohol denat., caprylyl/capryl glucoside, arginine, propanediol, salicylic acid, cymbopogon schoenanthus (=lemongrass) oil, citral, citric acid, rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil, menthol, mentha piperita oil, geraniol, glycerin, limonene, eugenol, cymbopogon nardus (=citronella) oil, eugenia caryophyllus (clove) flower oil, origanum heracleoticum (oregano) flower oil, thymus vulgaris (thyme) flower/leaf oil, linalool, citronellol, chlorella vulgaris (algae) extract, vitreoscilla ferment, colour.

p.s. arginine, thyme oil and chlorella are considered antioxidants... in a product that is supposedly oxygenating.

3 of 4 people found this helpful.

Lip Treatments -Biotherm -Beurre de Levres

on 10/2/2018 8:34:00 AM


It is really moisturizing and it feels good, bur the smell is strong, I still can smell it after half an hour and I don't find the smell to be pleasant at all. I would not buy this again.

Moisturizers -Biotherm -blue therapy oil-in-cream

on 9/25/2018 3:06:00 PM


I love this cream. I find it's more of a jellyish balm than a cream, thought. I use it in the winter, when the cold weather, dry air and central heating can turn a person's skin to jerky. I use this as the final step for layering over my serums at night, and it does a fabulous job of locking in moisture. When it's really cold and starts to hit the -30°C/-22°F outside, I use it in the daytime too and it's been a real skin-saver. This is quite fragranced, so sensitive folks beware. I've repurchased several times and will continue to do so for as long as Biotherm continues to make it.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

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