I have had this micellar water for a while now and it has been waiting patiently for me to take it out from the stash and use it. Now it’s its time to shine, so here it is Bioderma Sébium H2O ! I have almost finished it so here is my review :
H2O is the 1st specific make-up removing micellar water for combination
or oily skin that mimics the natural composition of the skin for
perfect make-up removal and total respect for even the most sensitive
- Thanks to the Fluidactiv patented sebo-correcting complex, it biologically regulates sebum
quality to keep the pores from becoming clogged and clear up the skin.
- Enriched with purifying agents, zinc gluconate and copper sulphate, Sébium H2O purifies the skin and limits sebaceous secretion.
- Gently cleanses and removes make-up without drying out the skin
- Purifies the skin and regulates sebum quality
- Offers an immediate sensation of freshness
- Scented formula
- No colouring agents
Ingredients :AQUA/WATER/EAU, PEG-6 CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC GLYCERIDES, SODIUM CITRATE, ZINC GLUCONATE, COPPER SULFATE, GINKGO BILOBA LEAF EXTRACT, MANNITOL, XYLITOL, RHAMNOSE, FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDES, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, CITRIC ACID, DISODIUM EDTA,
CETRIMONIUM BROMIDE, FRAGRANCE (PARFUM).
Instructions for use : Morning and/or evening – 7 days a week
- Soak a cotton pad with Sébium H2O.
- Gently cleanse and/or remove make-up from your face.
- Re-apply until the cotton pad becomes clean.
- Lightly dab your face with a clean cotton towel.
It comes in a 100 ml, 200 ml and 500ml bottle and has a valability of 12 months. It has the same water consistency as the Sensibio H2O but it does have a scent, a fresh one.
It cleans well the skin but it has a slight stickiness to it and I feel for a few moments that I have a residue onto the skin. Afterwards the sensation disappears. I feel it is slightly astringent to my skin but I haven’t noticed a reduction in my sebum excess. I couldn’t use it onto my eyes as with Sensibio, I was sure it could irritate my eyes so I didn’t try.
I felt the need to rinse it afterwards with water or to cleanse it with a cleanser (this never happened with the Sensibio; I could use it safely onto my eyes and my skin felt clean and refreshed). It did dry out my skin a little ; I felt the need to moisturize afterwards.
You can find it in pharmacies at the price of aprox. 19 ron (100ml.) ; 59 ron (250 ml.) and 69 ron (500ml.).
All in all, Bioderma Sébium H2O is a good cleanser but it is not the right one for me : it didn’t reduce my excess sebum, I cannot use it onto my eyes, it has perfume and it is slightly drying ; also the price is not very cheap (therefore I give it the C grade).
Although I have combination skin I still prefer to use the Sensibio H2O (it is not sticky; it is eye-friendly; it leaves the skin cleansed and refreshed; I didn’t feel the need to rinse it off – I adore it!). I will be back with a full review for the Bioderma Sensibio H2O when I finish this one. Tell me Have you tried this micellar water ? What are your impressions on it ? Until next time , Love, M
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