As I promissed, here is my review or better comparison between Loreal Skin Perfection and Bioderma Sensibio H2O.
There have been quite a few blogs written about these two products and they seem to be very similar. They both look similar, they smell similar and they both remove make up, take away the dirt from the skin, tone the skin and both are suitable for sensitive skin. Loreal Skin Perfection is often reffered as an alternative for Bioderma. But is it really so similar and equally efficient?
The last three years a bottle of Bioderma is always in my bathroom. It is the only product in my skin care routine that I do not want to run out of.
I have very oily skin that is prone to acne, therefore I have to take very good care of it. Before I have tried Bioderma I tried qiute a few product and none were as good as it. It removes all make up and the dirt from the skin and leave it very nice and cozy. It does not cause unplasant feeling anywhere on the face, or around the eye area. I especially like that is very light on skin, like water and does not fell greasy or sticky at all.
The price is around 11 or 12€ for 250ml, which is not very expensive, but it certanly costs a lot more than Loreal Skin Perfection, whitch is around 5 € for 250ml.
Because many people claimed that these two are very similar, I went to my nearest drugstore and bought it. I used it for 3 weeks.
Let me start with the packaging of the product. To be honest, I strongly dislike the container. In fact, I hate it (and I know that hatred is bad for me and my skin, so I try to ignore it hahaJ). A Clumsy container with a »nozzle«, that is too big, and because of that, the product spills out in huge amounts and gets everywhere.
My skins was looking good after using it, though. I did get the feeling that I have to use more product for the same results, compared to Bioderma. But after all it is much cheaper. Maybe it would be interesting to compare the cost of use of both products in a month. (note to self: do it sometime;))
It claims to be suitable for sensitive skin and for eye area but I always got itchy eyes after using it. I thought it was just me, so I asked my friend to try it, too. She reported the same. Because of this I would not receomend using it around the eyes, especially if you have sensitive eyes or you are using contact lenses. On the other hand, I naver had problems with Bioderma.
The bottom line is, Loreal Skin Perfection is still a great product, I think one of the best for remoiving make up in this price range (it is definetly worth paying the money), but I will stick with Bioderma. Is it such an amazing product and my skin loves it. Definetley worth paying some extra money.
Bioderma Sensibio H20
+ very good in removing make up
+ suitable for sesnitive, oily and dry skin
+ suitable fot the eye are
- tastes like shit (thanky good it's not for drinking):P
- costs a fortune
L'Oreal Paris Skin Perfection 3 in 1 Purifying Micellar Solution
+ good in removing make up
+ suitable for oily and dry skin
+ budget friendly
- not very good around the eye area
- bad packaging
Here are the ingredients list for both products:
Bioderma: Water, Peg-6 Caprylic/Capric Glycerides, Propylene Glycol, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Mannitol, Xylitol, Rhamnose, Fructooligosaccharides, Disodium Edta, Cetrimonium Bromide
Loreal Skin Perfection: aqua, hexylene glycol, glycerin, poloxamer 184, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, disodium EDTA, polyaminopropyl biguanide.