I am a huge fan of Bioderma skincare and virtually every product I've tried and tested was simply perfect. After buying fair share amount of pink micellar water bottles designed for sensitive skin, I decided to try out something from the blue range for dehydrated and sensitive skin.
Bioderma Hydrabio Sérum - Moisturising Concentrate
I've picked it up last time I was in Poland (they have Bioderma in every single pharmacy!) and really like it so far. I've been using it as a part of my evening skincare routine (although you can use it in the morning as well), sometimes followed up by my NIVEA Daily Essentials Rich Regenerating Night Cream For Dry & Sensitive Skin (review) when I feel my skin is particularly dry. It gives my skin an immediate hydration boost and has a gel like texture with a fresh smell and is absorbed quickly - a true pleasure to use. After doing a little bit of research, it is quite often compared to Clarins Double Serum, Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair or Caudalíe Vinosource S.O.S Thirst-Quenching Serum, but for a fraction of a price.
Bioderma Hydrabio H2O - Micelle Solution
I could not live without this stuff! It removes every last trace of make-up, including waterproof mascara and is gentle and hydrating at the same time. True, it is a little bit more hydrating than other make up removers I have used, but I didn't see much of the difference between blue or pink bottles to be honest. Also, if you have a very sensitive skin, I would recommend Sensibio (pink bottle), because it doesn't have fragrance, unlike Hydrabio one.
Bioderma Hydrabio Gentle Exfoliating Cream*
The newest addition to my Bioderma family. It is a gentle moisturising scrub which I use once or twice a week. It works wonderfully on a dry and sensitive skin with no irritation. It comes out thick and rich and only when you start rubbing it on the skin you feel the exfoliating effect. I will definitely use it during the winter, when my skin get very dehydrated and I am planning to follow it up with Bioderma Hydrabio Moisturising Mask, which I am yet to try.
Have you tried anything from the Hydrabio range?