BIODERMA Sensibio H2O
 


Bioderma is one of those cult brands that has been around forever. The incredibly popular Sensibio H2O is a cleansing water/makeup remover and was really one of the first of its kind. Extremely popular with professional make up artist and the French alike. Unfortunately for those of us residing in the United States the only way to get our hands on this product was through eBay or amazon with an inflated price. Now thanks to the website BeautyLish.com Bioderma is available in the US! It sold out pretty fast when they first debuted but I placed an order as soon as they restocked.

So if you have been living in a closet and don't know a thing about Bioderma Ill give a little info. Sensibio is the sensitive skin micellar cleanser and makeup remover. This is a no-rinse product, just soak a cotton pad and cleanse/remove all your makeup. This product works wonderfully at removing my waterproof mascara with out having to rub at my eyes. It makes taking my makeup off at night so much easier! According to Bioderma's website they sell a bottle of  Sensibio H2O around the world every 5 seconds.

Beautylish has just added the combination/oily skin version called Sebium H2O, when I run out of this bottle I will definitely test out this version since its suited for my skin type. I picked up the 500ml bottle that came with a bonus travel size bottle all for $19. This is a big bottle and should last me a while. They also sell them in smaller and larger size bundles.

 Now a days you can find cleansing waters from brands like Simple and even Loreal at your local drugstore but nothing beats the original.
 
A special note about beautylish.com - They are amazing to order from, they put everything in the cutest packaging and write you a handwritten welcome note! You can get $10 off your first purchase over 50 dollars as well just click the link on the website to join the mailing list and they automatically add it to your cart. You also get 2 day shipping for free on purchases over 35 dollars!
BIODERMA Sensibio H2O
 


Bioderma is one of those cult brands that has been around forever. The incredibly popular Sensibio H2O is a cleansing water/makeup remover and was really one of the first of its kind. Extremely popular with professional make up artist and the French alike. Unfortunately for those of us residing in the United States the only way to get our hands on this product was through eBay or amazon with an inflated price. Now thanks to the website BeautyLish.com Bioderma is available in the US! It sold out pretty fast when they first debuted but I placed an order as soon as they restocked.

So if you have been living in a closet and don't know a thing about Bioderma Ill give a little info. Sensibio is the sensitive skin micellar cleanser and makeup remover. This is a no-rinse product, just soak a cotton pad and cleanse/remove all your makeup. This product works wonderfully at removing my waterproof mascara with out having to rub at my eyes. It makes taking my makeup off at night so much easier! According to Bioderma's website they sell a bottle of  Sensibio H2O around the world every 5 seconds.

Beautylish has just added the combination/oily skin version called Sebium H2O, when I run out of this bottle I will definitely test out this version since its suited for my skin type. I picked up the 500ml bottle that came with a bonus travel size bottle all for $19. This is a big bottle and should last me a while. They also sell them in smaller and larger size bundles.

 Now a days you can find cleansing waters from brands like Simple and even Loreal at your local drugstore but nothing beats the original.
 
A special note about beautylish.com - They are amazing to order from, they put everything in the cutest packaging and write you a handwritten welcome note! You can get $10 off your first purchase over 50 dollars as well just click the link on the website to join the mailing list and they automatically add it to your cart. You also get 2 day shipping for free on purchases over 35 dollars!

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