BIODERMA Micellar waters | What’s the best for your skin type?

Hello beauties,

I have been thinking about writing this post for some time. I first thought about writing about my daily cleaning routine but I think Bioderma’s Micellar Waters deserves a post just for them!
Why? Because these micellar waters are really good!

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There are three different micellar waters, the hydrabio (blue packaging) for normal/dry skin types, the Sébium (green packaging) for combo/oily skin (green packaging) and for sensitive skin there’s the Sensibio (pink packaging).
I’ve tried all three but I admit I have a favorite: the Sensibio!

The Sébium range is great to use if you like to fresh up your skin or when you feel your skin oilier. I use it once in a while, is in the morning after washing the skin and I admit that I even use it more in summer, because I feel it helps me control the oils in the skin. I really feel my skin cleanner after using it. I also like to use it sometimes as my last step in the cleansing routine because even after thinking that I took all the makeup, if I use this, the cotton always brings something, it’s incredible!

Take into consideration that this is the only one that can’t be used on the eyes!

The Hydrabio range is great if you have normal or dry skin type, it will help you feel the skin cleaner and although I don’t use it normally (I have combo skin), I can say that I don’t dislike it in winter when my skin is drier. I like the fact that it doesn’t leave that tight/pushing feeling on the skin.

The Sensibio (my favorite) is the best micellar water that I have ever tried. In addition to being suitable for all skin types (including sensitive, which is a very difficult type of skin), it can also be used on the eyes and believe me when I tell you that with just one pass, it takes off all the makeup!

This is not a makeup remover per se, but sometimes I use it as a first step in my cleansing routine. I normally like to use it on the eyes, because it’s very gentle and it doesn’t hurt my sensitive eyes (a common problem with a lot of eye makeup removers), then I use an oily to take the makeup and in the end, I use a cleansing gel with Foreo.

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These waters are great to use in cotton to clean the makeup in the hairline. If you don’t want/like to wet that area every day, then try this tip.

It is noteworthy that these micellar waters contain a percentage of detergent (if you shake the package you’ll see the formation of bubbles) so you should always rinse the skin after using these products, even if the packaging says that you don’t need.

 

Let me know in the comments which one is your favorite Bioderma water.

 

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