I am always hunting for the next best thing to treat dry skin. I’ve slowly begun to change my life to help cater towards improving the condition of my skin. So I naturally was keen to see how Bioderma’s Hydrabio would perform after they kindly provided me a few bottles from their latest range.
Out of all the products they provided, I knew I had to share with you two of my favourite products from their Hydrabio range, which would be their serum ($43.94AUD) and rich cream ($38.95AUD). These two are a dynamite duo and I can’t stop singing their praise. In fact you know you love something when you’re terrified of running out so yes, I’ve already purchased backups of each for when these two finally run out.
As you may know I suffer from eczema and constantly need to use prescription creams to help subdue any inflammations I get. Unfortunately I’ve yet to find a non-prescription cream that does the same (no surprises), however I can’t use my prescription cream constantly due to the strength of the drugs within it so that’s where I find the Hydrabio range comes in.
Battling my skin in between inflammations is a little like walking on egg shells. If you trip up on anything (weather, diet, itching, creams), then you’re back to using the medicated creams again. Hydrabio is one of the steps in between that helps a tremendous amount in prolonging the need for my medicated cream. I use them both at night (two pumps each), first the serum then the rich cream and I will wake up the next day with soft hydrated smooth skin that isn’t craving more moisture. Not to mention, I am loving that these both come in plastic pump bottles! Hygienic and easy to travel with, love it!
If you suffer from eczema skin and are looking for something to help keep your inflammations at bay, I highly recommend you take a look at Bioderma’s Hydrabio line. I have no idea why French skincare seems to be the best I’ve tried so far for these sorts of skin issues, but it’s just amazing and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.