Bioderma Hydrabio Crème

Bioderma Hydrabio Crème | Essential Twenty

My skincare routine is shot. Honestly, I have no desire to do anything other than remove my makeup most nights and slap on a face mask once a fortnight (which is a real shame as I have so many masks to use up, especially sheet masks). I could lie and say that it’s because I’m out of routine with Christmas throwing everything off, but if I’m going to tell the truth, it’s because I simply can’t be bothered. But not being bothered has not left me with happy skin. It’s dry yet spotty, and it’s dehydrated. To help with a few of my skin issues, I raided my skincare stash and found the Bioderma Hydrabio Crème* and it’s left me with much happier skin.

The Bioderma Hydrabio Crème is suitable for dehydrated sensitive sky to very dry skin with lack of radiance. Hello? That’s my skin all over! This cream deeply hydrates and nourishes the skin as well as smoothing the skin texture and revealing radiance.

Bioderma Hydrabio Crème | Essential Twenty

The patented biological complex Aquagenium™ generates intense hydration from application, and throughout the day (or night if that’s when you’re using it). Vitamin PP strengthens the skin’s resistance and the apple seed extract stimulates water channels within the skin. There’s even added salicylic acid to smooth the skin, but nothing too harsh to irritate sensitive skin, and Vitamin E to protect the skin against premature aging.

I have been using this as a night cream as it’s a little too thick for me through the day, but if you’re a real dry skin sufferer then this could be the answer to your skincare prayers. All I know is that I wake up with my skin feeling super soft, and I’m almost reluctant to wash my face in the morning as this cream is ridiculously long lasting! Honestly, I don’t know anything like it. Although not washing my face may not be the best idea if I’m trying to revamp my skincare routine!

The Bioderma Hydrabio Crème is available here in a 50ml pot. Have you tried anything from Bioderma? I personally love the micellar water, and it’s worth a try if you’re looking for something a little more higher end than my favourite from Garnier.

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