Friday, 5 July 2013

Bioderma Hydrabio Lait

I've been trying out a new product from Bioderma, their Hydrabio Lait Moisturizing Cleansing Milk*. I'm a huge fan of Bioderma Sensibio H2O (reviewed here) and Bioderma Sébium H2O (reviewed here), which are both cleansing waters. I was really excited to try out this variation on the cult favourite makeup remover!

 A BIODERMA innovation, the patented Aquagenium® biological complex stimulates the skin’s cellular capabilities, re-training it to generate in depth, and to lock in on the surface, the moisture essential for its balance.

 Gently cleansed, rebalanced and durably hydrated*, the skin regains comfort, suppleness and radiance.

 An innovative galenic form, Hydrabio Lait is the first cleanser and make-up remover that combines the gentleness of milk and the freshness of water.

 Non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic, Hydrabio Lait guarantees excellent skin and eye tolerance.

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I've been using Bioderma's Hydrabio Lait nightly to remove my makeup before cleansing my face. I put a small amount of the white cream onto a round cotton pad and start with removing my eye makeup. This formula is very gentle and the scent is almost undetectable. This removes makeup very well, but I don't think that it's as effective as the original Sensibio H2O. It takes an extra couple of seconds to get my mascara and eye liner completely off, but that's okay with me. 

This formula is very hydrating, and my skin is left feeling supple and moisturized. Some cleansers and makeup removers can leave your skin feeling stripped and quite dry, but Bioderma's Hydrabio Lait helps to lock in moisture and is geared towards sensitive dehydrated skin. Bioderma states that you don't have to rinse off this formula, but I personally always do. Since it is a cream formulation, I find that if I don't rinse it off there is a bit of residue left on my skin. 

Overall, I've really been enjoying this new product! I think that this will be perfect to use in the colder Winter months to help restore moisture and hydration. If you haven't tried the Bioderma range yet, I highly recommend their cleansing waters and makeup removers. They're very gentle, and I don't think they would irritate even the most sensitive skin types. What are your favourite makeup removers? :)

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