When you hear the name 'Bioderma', you think of one thing - the hyped Sensibio Micellaire Water that everyone knows and loves. However, the brand goes a lot deeper than that and I have uncovered some great products that haven't been receiving the attention they deserve. Enter Hydrabio - the amazing range that focuses on rehydrating and repairing dry, sensitive and dehydrated skin - exactly what the doctor ordered. First we have the Hydrabio H2O Solution Micellaire, which is very similar to the Sensibio Micellaire Water, but caters specifically for sensitive, dehydrated skin. Having been a huge fan of the original micellaire water from Bioderma, you can imagine I was excited to try the Hydrabio version. I wouldn't say I notice a huge difference between the two, but every little bit helps when it comes to keeping your skin hydrated. 

So you've cleansed - what's next? No matter how many steps you may have in your skincare regime, moisturising should be one of the most important. The Hydrabio line includes three moisturising products - a light moisturiser, a richer moisturiser and a hydrating serum - so you can take your pick. The lighter cream is nice for the day, but I tend to stick to the Hydrabio Riche as I can use it for both day and night. If you've tried the La Roche Posay Hydreane Riche Cream, then you will be familiar with this type of product. It's amazingly hydrating and I would definitely recommend giving it a go if you're struggling to find a moisturiser rich enough for you. 

However, sometimes your regular routine just isn't enough and you need that extra surge of hydration. This is where one of my favourite new face masks come into action, the Hydrabio Masque Hydratant. This works similarly to the Origins Drink Up Mask, but I find that it provides my skin with a tiny bit more moisture than its Origins counterpart. A good exfoliate plus this mask can rehydrate even the driest of skin (it even worked for me when I was living in -19 degrees!) Basically, if your skin is desperate for a good drink, then this will certainly help to quench it's thirst. 

Now, I know not everyone out there has the same skin type as me, so I thought I'd tell you guys what other ranges Bioderma has to offer. Firstly, we have the most well-known, Sensibio, which is aimed at sensitive skin, then there's Atoderm, which is designed for very dry skin, Sébium, for oilier skin, and Cicabio, which helps to treat irritated, damaged skin. If you're in the market for new skincare then I would definitely take a look at Bioderma's full range and give it a go - it's worked a treat for me. 

If you're in the UK, then finding Bioderma in a shop nearby can be a tad tricky, so I've found that the easiest place to get the full range of Bioderma is from Escentual.com - I've ordered from them before and they have great customer service, while also providing delivery not only to the UK but all over Europe. So what are you waiting for? Go and take a peek - you won't regret it!

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  1. i've never understood the bioderma hype but you've sold me here! if theres two things my skin is, it's sensetive and dehydrated. will be picking these up for sure!