Thursday 5 April 2012

Bioderma Crealine H2O

Okay so I jumped on that bandwagon but I DON'T CARE IF I'M LATE & COPYING. I'm in my hometown of Paris right now and saw this in a pharmacy & figured I might as well try it out so I got a couple of the mini Bioderma Crealine H2O bottles.

If somehow you are not aware of what this is, it's basically a make-up remover for sensitive skin that is supposed to help clean and appease your skin. 
I have wanted it for a while because I have super sensitive eyes and thought it would be good to use something gentle on them. This also exists for people with oily skin.

So you just use this like a normal make-up remover, I have only used it a few times but I love how easily it removes my make-up & I am using one cotton pad each time instead of 3/4 so that's pretty great. It feels really refreshing, doesn't irritate my eyes and feels like I'm putting on a toner. I don't know how excited one can get about a make-up remover but as it stands I am pretty chuffed with this. 

I want a bigger bottle but obviously you can't take liquids over 100ml on flights so I will have to either get my mama to send me one or get a couple more little bottles to take back to England with me. (PS: these are 50ml bottles and I got them for €4 each)

Have you tried this? Do you get the hype?

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  1. I have the one for oily skin, and i love it !
    It's written "do not rince" on the bottle, but actually, as it is a make up remover, you'd better wash your face before using it.

    (sorry for my english, I'm french :D )

    I really love your blog :)

  2. I LOVE THIS! Haha - I got the tiny bottle too for the flight home from Paris and really want the bigger ones.
    S xx

    1. I know, I think I'm going to force my mum to send me some :)

  3. I still haven't tried it but will defiantly be ordering it off ebay/ picking it up when I'm next in France next. xx

    1. I feel like I won't be going back to normal make-up remover after trying it :)

  4. Nice post! I find it so funny how there just always seems to be that one product that everyone obsesses over! Glad to hear the hype is worth it though.

    I wish I lived in France so I could try out all their amazing pharmaceutical skincare products! Skincare you buy in a drugstore here in the US just does NOT compare :(

    1. Oh I know, I used to live in California and the drugstores are completely different to french ones. The ones in the US are more like the english ones. In France they're a lot smaller and more specialised :)


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