Biossance

Biossance

https://biossance.com/
Overall rating
4.3
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82%
would repurchase
4.3
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Overall rating
82%
would repurchase

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Squalane + Tea Tree Balancing Oil
5.0
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2 months ago

I've written a review on Biossance Squalane + Probiotic Gel Moisturizer and Biossance Tea Tree Cleanser. The use of these three has absolutely transformed my fifty year old skin that still thinks it is in my hormonal teens. I like feeling young, but not when it comes to acne. This oil has a mild tea tree scent that I find refreshing. It is light enough that, when applied over the moisturizer, creates the perfect base for makeup. No joke! It soaks into the skin and doesn't leave an oily residue. It soothes my skin and just feels good to apply. It has helped clear up my acne and has made my skin smooth, softer and brighter. Even the bumps under my skin that I just grew to accept, have disappeared. It has reduced my redness and leaves my skin feeling moisturized. I have tried so many products and so many different lines. Yes, I've even gone as extreme as trying La Mer. La Mer made my skin feel great, but I did. It notice it clearing up my acne like Biossance. I can see a difference in my skin overnight when I use this line. I find that I forget to use foundation and don't even consider concealer with this line.

Squalane + Tea Tree Balancing Oil
5.0
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2 months ago

I've written a review on Biossance Squalane + Probiotic Gel Moisturizer and Biossance Tea Tree Cleanser. The use of these three has absolutely transformed my fifty year old skin that still thinks it is in my hormonal teens. I like feeling young, but not when it comes to acne. This oil has a mild tea tree scent that I find refreshing. It is light enough that, when applied over the moisturizer, creates the perfect base for makeup. No joke! It soaks into the skin and doesn't leave an oily residue. It soothes my skin and just feels good to apply. It has helped clear up my acne and has made my skin smooth, softer and brighter. Even the bumps under my skin that I just grew to accept, have disappeared. It has reduced my redness and leaves my skin feeling moisturized. I have tried so many products and so many different lines. Yes, I've even gone as extreme as trying La Mer. La Mer made my skin feel great, but I did. It notice it clearing up my acne like Biossance. I can see a difference in my skin overnight when I use this line. I find that I forget to use foundation and don't even consider concealer with this line.


Squalane + Tea Tree Cleansing Gel
5.0
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2 months ago

I am fifty years old but still struggle with acne!! If I use the wrong product (most recently Caudalie Vinopure line), I break out horribly in cystic acne and whiteheads! I was so excited about trying Caudlaie's line, and I still believe it is an exceptional line. Just not for me. Biossance Squalane &a Probiotic Gel Moisturizer has been a god send. I can't go without it now as it actually clears up my skin. So, I decided to try the Tea Tree Cleanser and Tea Tree Oil. OMG!! I was covered in small white heads from trying Caudalie - gross, I know. I would wake up in the middle of the night to at least ten new breakouts. And then in the morning another ten. An embarrassing mess. I would go out during the day and find I had been walking around with another couple of obvious whiteheads on my nose, chin, cheeks. Ok. You get the yucky picture. I have been back to using Biossance moisturizer and added the tea tree cleanser and oil. Three days later, and my skin is COMPLETELY clear. Not even a red spot where I had all these breakouts. There is a scent of tea tree, but I find it a clean and refreshing smell, and it doesn't last long after use. There is a very slight tingle, but I like the tingle. It goes away almost immediately. If you have sensitive, oily, acne prone skin, this combination may be your secret weapon too! I had to share my thoughts because I have been fighting acne for at least 35 years now. I've tried everything and nothing has been this effective. I LOVE looking in the mirror and seeing clear skin without any new breakouts!! As I said, I'm fifty - isn't that about time to have found my miracle line?!?

Squalane + Tea Tree Cleansing Gel
5.0
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2 months ago

I am fifty years old but still struggle with acne!! If I use the wrong product (most recently Caudalie Vinopure line), I break out horribly in cystic acne and whiteheads! I was so excited about trying Caudlaie's line, and I still believe it is an exceptional line. Just not for me. Biossance Squalane &a Probiotic Gel Moisturizer has been a god send. I can't go without it now as it actually clears up my skin. So, I decided to try the Tea Tree Cleanser and Tea Tree Oil. OMG!! I was covered in small white heads from trying Caudalie - gross, I know. I would wake up in the middle of the night to at least ten new breakouts. And then in the morning another ten. An embarrassing mess. I would go out during the day and find I had been walking around with another couple of obvious whiteheads on my nose, chin, cheeks. Ok. You get the yucky picture. I have been back to using Biossance moisturizer and added the tea tree cleanser and oil. Three days later, and my skin is COMPLETELY clear. Not even a red spot where I had all these breakouts. There is a scent of tea tree, but I find it a clean and refreshing smell, and it doesn't last long after use. There is a very slight tingle, but I like the tingle. It goes away almost immediately. If you have sensitive, oily, acne prone skin, this combination may be your secret weapon too! I had to share my thoughts because I have been fighting acne for at least 35 years now. I've tried everything and nothing has been this effective. I LOVE looking in the mirror and seeing clear skin without any new breakouts!! As I said, I'm fifty - isn't that about time to have found my miracle line?!?

Squalane + Marine Algae Eye Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

I discovered this eye cream by accident after being given a generous sample I didn't even want by a sales rep at Sephora with whom I bonded one rainy night last month. She raved about how it was one of their best "clean" and simple eye products & insisted I absolutely must try it. I’ll admit I was not expecting much; however, in dire need of moisture around my eyes generally (I suffer from dry eye syndrome) and lacking a better option from which to choose, I began smearing it around my eyes every time they felt the slightest bit dehydrated. I was surprised to like it from the start. Unlike other eye creams I’ve tried, which were either light & did nothing or *felt* extremely hydrating & also did nothing, this one is both non-greasy/weightless and also shockingly moisturising. Additionally, I noticed that my eyes seemed to not only appear more hydrated, but also more refreshed and the fine lines that have begun to last a bit longer than I'm comfortable with even after I've finished smiling disappeared along with my happy expression. Then came the true test and impetus for this review. After accidentally putting in my eye some concentrated & highly acidic mineral drops I was unwisely storing in the fridge next to my beloved eye drops from the health food store (the two bottles are identical in size and it was just before bed so I was tired & I am stupid when tired), I learned that this cream is not just good but AMAZING after it soothed and healed my eye completely within a record amount of time. I do not exaggerate when I report that this was a true miracle. Not only did my eye feel as though I'd drizzled battery acid into it, but it looked even worse. Okay, perhaps that is a bit of an overstatement, but it was truly a fiasco. I screamed and ran blindly to the sink (missing it because I could not open my eyes), yet even after getting there & rinsing them out, my eye was so badly burned that I could barely open it that night or for most of the next day. The white of my eye was not only so bright red & inflamed that I looked as though I required an ER visit, but my lid and under-eye had swollen up to the point that it appeared as though I'd been punched by a 250-pound weight-lifter wearing steel knuckles. All of the following morning I remained terribly swollen and in pain, but the cream was so soothing that I began compulsively applying it. Though it felt good, I never dreamed it would do anything to actually help heal my eye, let alone so thoroughly reverse the inflammation that it was completely back to normal by that very same night (without leaving even the tiniest hint of that lined & dehydrated look one’s eyes are always left with just after recovering from an injury). It was simply healed...COMPLETELY. A true miracle. So, as I sent silent & grateful prayers to the girl who recommended it, I (being the OCD cosmeceutical fanatic I am), had to immediately look up the ingredients in order to determine how it could possibly have worked so well. Just as the sales associate had promised, I discovered a surprisingly short and simple list of clean ingredients. This explained why it didn't further irritate my eye in any way but also, ironically, why I originally believed it wouldn't have any impact at all. However, it seems that the real magic came from a flower extract, called paracress, that I had until this point never heard of & that's now being researched for its Botox-like effects along with the anti-inflammatory & regenerative powers I'd already discovered for myself. Perhaps even more interestingly and (considering the extent of my injury) applicable, paracress was originally known for its ”detoxifying, antiseptic, restorative and cleansing properties," and was traditionally used in the tropics to heal and disinfect wounds (among other things). In any event, whether or not it is due to this particular ingredient, I can now personally attest to the fact that this cream truly does work magic. I would recommend it to absolutely anyone of any age and with any problem, no matter how severe, but it is (imho) an absolute must-have if you are sensitive or suffer from any sort of chronic irritation and inflammation and are in need of an eye cream that not only won't aggravate these issues, but may actually help alleviate them. I'd imagine that it would be especially great for those suffering from allergies and/or, like me, chronically dry eyes.

Squalane + Marine Algae Eye Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

I discovered this eye cream by accident after being given a generous sample I didn't even want by a sales rep at Sephora with whom I bonded one rainy night last month. She raved about how it was one of their best "clean" and simple eye products & insisted I absolutely must try it. I’ll admit I was not expecting much; however, in dire need of moisture around my eyes generally (I suffer from dry eye syndrome) and lacking a better option from which to choose, I began smearing it around my eyes every time they felt the slightest bit dehydrated. I was surprised to like it from the start. Unlike other eye creams I’ve tried, which were either light & did nothing or *felt* extremely hydrating & also did nothing, this one is both non-greasy/weightless and also shockingly moisturising. Additionally, I noticed that my eyes seemed to not only appear more hydrated, but also more refreshed and the fine lines that have begun to last a bit longer than I'm comfortable with even after I've finished smiling disappeared along with my happy expression. Then came the true test and impetus for this review. After accidentally putting in my eye some concentrated & highly acidic mineral drops I was unwisely storing in the fridge next to my beloved eye drops from the health food store (the two bottles are identical in size and it was just before bed so I was tired & I am stupid when tired), I learned that this cream is not just good but AMAZING after it soothed and healed my eye completely within a record amount of time. I do not exaggerate when I report that this was a true miracle. Not only did my eye feel as though I'd drizzled battery acid into it, but it looked even worse. Okay, perhaps that is a bit of an overstatement, but it was truly a fiasco. I screamed and ran blindly to the sink (missing it because I could not open my eyes), yet even after getting there & rinsing them out, my eye was so badly burned that I could barely open it that night or for most of the next day. The white of my eye was not only so bright red & inflamed that I looked as though I required an ER visit, but my lid and under-eye had swollen up to the point that it appeared as though I'd been punched by a 250-pound weight-lifter wearing steel knuckles. All of the following morning I remained terribly swollen and in pain, but the cream was so soothing that I began compulsively applying it. Though it felt good, I never dreamed it would do anything to actually help heal my eye, let alone so thoroughly reverse the inflammation that it was completely back to normal by that very same night (without leaving even the tiniest hint of that lined & dehydrated look one’s eyes are always left with just after recovering from an injury). It was simply healed...COMPLETELY. A true miracle. So, as I sent silent & grateful prayers to the girl who recommended it, I (being the OCD cosmeceutical fanatic I am), had to immediately look up the ingredients in order to determine how it could possibly have worked so well. Just as the sales associate had promised, I discovered a surprisingly short and simple list of clean ingredients. This explained why it didn't further irritate my eye in any way but also, ironically, why I originally believed it wouldn't have any impact at all. However, it seems that the real magic came from a flower extract, called paracress, that I had until this point never heard of & that's now being researched for its Botox-like effects along with the anti-inflammatory & regenerative powers I'd already discovered for myself. Perhaps even more interestingly and (considering the extent of my injury) applicable, paracress was originally known for its ”detoxifying, antiseptic, restorative and cleansing properties," and was traditionally used in the tropics to heal and disinfect wounds (among other things). In any event, whether or not it is due to this particular ingredient, I can now personally attest to the fact that this cream truly does work magic. I would recommend it to absolutely anyone of any age and with any problem, no matter how severe, but it is (imho) an absolute must-have if you are sensitive or suffer from any sort of chronic irritation and inflammation and are in need of an eye cream that not only won't aggravate these issues, but may actually help alleviate them. I'd imagine that it would be especially great for those suffering from allergies and/or, like me, chronically dry eyes.