What better way to start Tuesday than with a look at a fab new product from Bioderma for dehydrated skin types? I always come back to the original Bioderma Sensibio H20 for quick, easy and effective pre-cleansing as there really is nothing quite like it. I’m sure pretty much all of you have used it now as it’s sooooo raved about, so when the new Hydrabio H20 arrived I was looking forward to trying it, but I expected to still favour the Sensibio version. I could not have been more wrong as the Hydrabio H20 is absolutely amazing!
I have issues with dehydration and my skin benefits from extra moisture boosts wherever they can be added. I’m in the habit of whipping my make-up almost as soon as I get home (unless I’m expecting an Ocado delivery as I wouldn’t want to do that to the delivery man) and I’ve been using Sensibio for this purpose, especially as it’s so amazing at mascara removal. After a while my skin feels a little tight, but I don’t bother too much with it as I know I’m at most a couple of hours away from the full cleanse that will correct this issue. However, having tried the Hydrabio version which is specifically designed for dehydrated skin, I’m a total convert and this will be the one I stock up on from now on. It leaves skin feeling extremely balanced and just the right side of moisturised. I’m so impressed and having tried the mask from the same range (more on that soon) I’m thinking Bioderma’s Hydrabio is the range for me. The full Hydrabio range is available now and Escentual have a third of the entire Bioderma collection, meaning that 250ml of the Bioderma Hydrabio H20 Micelle Solution is at the rather alarmingly priced £6.99 from here – link.