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16-04-2008
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Bioderma Products
I noticed there wasn't a thread on Bioderma products so i decided to start one


Bioderma is apparently a really popular skincare brand with models, so if any of you guys use their products, post here and tell us what you think of them.

Lets find out if they really are as good as they sound..

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i believe its a french line, thats really all i know

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In the rare occasion I stay outdoors for long, I use their SPF100 sunscreen. I bought it at my dermatologist's place because they said it's hard to find a sunscreen that's got such a high SPF and not be sticky. And after using sample tubes for awhile, I definitely agree -I'm not sure if it's completely oil-free, but it's seriously non-sticky and feels non-oily. Just went back to buy a full tube last month for summer. I love it and would recommend it to anyone looking for a high SPF sunscreen!

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17-04-2008
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Some of the best make up artists I've worked with keep telling me I must use their 'CREALINE H20 CLEANSING SOLUTION'.... comes highly recommended as a gentle, purfume free makeup remover and cleanser - will have to pick some up next time I'm in Paris I guess, although I heard a rumour you can buy it online too?

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I used their Sebum-regulating daily care range for a while. It was very good.

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I can't live without the Crealine H20 Cleansing Solution. It gets all my makeup off, and I also use it to clean some of my brushes (particularly gel eyeliner brush).

I definitely want to try more products, especially sunscreen

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I use the crealine H20 too in the perfume-free version. Its really gentle and removes my make up great.
I understand why models use it now

I think i'm going to try the Hydrabio Cleansing milk next.


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Some of the best make up artists I've worked with keep telling me I must use their 'CREALINE H20 CLEANSING SOLUTION'.... comes highly recommended as a gentle, purfume free makeup remover and cleanser - will have to pick some up next time I'm in Paris I guess, although I heard a rumour you can buy it online too?
Yes you can buy it online at LEGUIDESANTE. Thats where i get mine from. They have a UK and a US website. Here are the links:

UK website: http://www.leguidesante.co.uk/279/pu...-perfume-free/

US website: http://www.leguidesante.com/crealine...ducts_622.html


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I also use the Crealine H2O and I love it. I've been using it for a few years now. It's very gentle, removes makeup effectively, and I especially like to use it as an eye-makeup remover, since other brands usually gross me out.

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They have some descent stuff! I really want to like them, but my skin is allergic to them. As soon as their product reaches my face, my skin turns red, if I leave them on for the day, I get rashes.

Their makeup are awesome! I love their foundation and lipgloss.

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Yes you can buy it online at LEGUIDESANTE. Thats where i get mine from. They have a UK and a US website. Here are the links:

UK website: http://www.leguidesante.co.uk/279/pu...-perfume-free/

US website: http://www.leguidesante.com/crealine...ducts_622.html
Do they ship worldwide? I used their cleansing solution (blue one) and it was greaaaaat!!!! Only too pricey here

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Yeah i think so. If you go to the checkout with the item(s) it'll give you the shipping options to choose from, or just check their shipping policy and see what it says. They most likely will do worldwide.

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I've also just started using their facial sunscreen SPF 50 (I have very sensitive, rosacea prone skin )
I like it!

Another thing: since I'm writing my thesis about corporate social responsibility, I found out that Bioderma (along with other brands like Dr. Hauschka and Weleda of course) do not use dangerous chemicals in their products. They are on Greenpeace's "green list" of "good" brands. If that matters to anyone
(You can check brands on www.business-humanrights.org - sorry for being a total geek)

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I know I can get some in Canada, but I am not sure about Hong Kong.
I am thinking of Hydrabio and Sebium because my skin is on the combo side and the climate is really dry in where I live (Edmonton, to be exactly) so I thought their discription both suit my skin's need pretty well >.<

Now the only thing is where I can get it at a reasonable (or cheap, if possible) price?

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well it looks like it is a regular and delicate makeup remover. i dont get all the hype, can someone explain why it is so "famous" ? only because models use it?

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I bought and used about 3 bottles of Bioderma sebium micellar water and I love it
Cleanser and moisturizer (Sebium line) are nothing special for me though

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