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Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution

Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution 2I’m a huge fan of the Bioderma Sensibo H20 Micellar Water, which does a great and gentle job removing my makeup and leaves my skin feeling refreshed. So, I was pretty excited to learn about Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution*, which is now available in Canadian drugstores and promises the same benefits as the sensitive skin original, but with moisturize for dehydrated skin as well.

Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution 3I actually didn’t find the original Bioderma drying, although I always follow up with a moisturizer, so I was curious how this compared. Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution has a similar feeling to water, and I apply some to a cotton pad before pressing it to my face to remove makeup. However, in comparison I do think it is slightly less dry on the skin and a little more gentle that way. The only issue is, while this product is also described as being for sensitive skin and good for Face & Eyes, it also (unlike Sensibo) contains Fragrance as the very last ingredient. It is a very subtle scent, but it is probably why I don’t find it quite as gentle on my eyes.

Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle SolutionWhether you want to go for the Bioderma Hydrabio Micelle Solution or the original Sensibo really does depend on you, and I think both are really nice to use as a part of my cleansing routine. However, unless you have especially dry skin, I can’t see why the original Bioderma Sensibo H20 Micellar Water wouldn’t be effective, since it is going to be followed by a moisturizer anyway, so that is the one I will stick with going forward. There’s actually also a brand new Bioderma Sensibio Cleansing Milk available that I’ve only tried once so far, but I suspect that will be a great option for dry skin as well!

Are you a Micelle Solution convert yet?

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