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Winter Skin Saviours with Bioderma Atoderm

Protect Dry, Sensitive Skin with Bioderma Atoderm

When you’ve been blogging for a billion years like I have–or at least, it feels that way sometimes–sometimes you end up with products you’ve already reviewed in your mailbox. That happened recently when the really lovely folks over at Bioderma sent me the Bioderma Atoderm Shower Gel*, Bioderma Atoderm PP Balm*, and Bioderma Atoderm Lips*. However, this Atoderm range is really great for dry, sensitive skin and it’s been almost a year since I last shared it so I thought I’d do a quick little refresher post on these products since they are some great winter skin saviours!

Bioderma Atoderm Shower Gel

I thought the Bioderma Atoderm Shower Gel I reviewed last year (here) was giant, but this shower gel is now available in 1 L size. That is probably enough shower gel to last me the rest of my life. I really love the bright blue colour as well as the pump packaging. You can check out my full review here but while this isn’t an intensely moisturizing shower gel, it is soap-free and very gentle on the skin. I do still follow up with a lotion afterwards, especially in the winter months.

Bioderma Atoderm PP Balm

The 500 mL bottle of Bioderma Atoderm PP Balm, which I first reviewed here, almost looks tiny in comparison to that giant shower gel, but it is definitely still loads of products. This thick, but quick-absorbing cream is perfect for dry weather and the fact that it’s fragrance-free helps make it sensitive-skin friendly as well.

Bioderma Atoderm Lips

The final product I have to share in this post is actually one I haven’t tried before, the Bioderma Atoderm Lips. This moisturizing lip balm has a slanted applicator that I really like and a slick, almost glossy consistency on the lips. It has a subtle, raspberry scent and no flavour. It works great as a daily lip balm but I definitely use something more intense for overnight treatments.

Protect Dry, Sensitive Skin with Bioderma Atoderm 2

We’ve had a spell of a few nice warm days in Nova Scotia, but I know those aren’t going to last and when the weather gets cold and dry, Bioderma Atoderm is a great line to reach for. The fact that the products are sensitive-skin friendly is a nice perk because I do find my skin is more sensitive during the winter. Have you tried any of these products before? Let me know what you think!

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