Fashion/Beauty

Celebrate « skinimalism » with Bioderma

This is why Bioderma, inventor of the famous micellar water, also created Sensibio H2O, an all-in-one cleansing and make-up removing water designed for sensitive skin. Sensibio H2O helps strengthen the biological barrier of your skin to make it healthier and stronger every day. And if there's one thing we've learned over the past year, it's the importance of barrier gestures and skin care!

The trend of "skinimalism"

With working from home and the decrease in our outings in general, a new beauty trend has emerged in recent months. “Skinimalism”, the contraction of the words “skin” and “minimalism” (minimalism), brings together three main principles: exploring the benefits of facial yoga (stimulating and firming massages and exercises), opting for light makeup and focusing on more natural skin care. The goal is not to showcase perfect skin (yes, everyone has pores, freckles and the occasional acne!), but perfect health.

Thanks to a formula without alcohol, parabens or perfume with pH, Sensibio H2O micellar respects the fragility of your skin by cleansing deeply in one single gesture. By using it morning and night, you will be able to allow your skin to shine as it deserves.

The importance of a good face cleanse 

Even by limiting our outings, our skin remains affected by impurities and pollution, which compromise its balance. This is why it is important to clean it well morning and evening in order to protect it as much as possible.

Sensibio H2O can be used twice a day every day, and does not require rinsing. Simply soak a cotton ball (preferably reusable, to protect the environment as well) with micellar water, then gently cleanse your face without rubbing or pressing vigorously on your skin. Repeat until your cotton ball is clean, then gently blot your face. And There you go! Your skin will be purified and ready for the next step in your routine!

So, are you ready to embark on the wave of "skinimalism" and reveal your true skin?


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