The range is designed to combact the signs of fatigue and contains extracts of fruit, vegetable and soy to keep skin looking smoother, more plumped and radiant.
The serum actually comes in 2 parts, a mustard yellow powder and a white fluid, which you mix together just before your first application so that it's as fresh as possible.
Admittedly, the powder wasn't very attractive, but once mixed in, it competely dissolves and you're left with a light fruity serum which was a joy to use.
The light fluid seemed to sink into my skin straight away and it is lightly hydrating, but because I use it at night, I like to apply some forest secrets over the top for extra nourishment.
The moisturiser on the other hand is rich and creamy without being greasy and just seems to melt into the skin. Like the serum, it has a lovely fruity scent and it keeps my skin nicely hydrated throughout the day.
Because it's so creamy, a little bit goes a long way and despite nearly 2 months of daily use, I've still got over 2 thirds left.
My skin has always been in a good condition, but since using these products, it looks healthy and rested everyday, even without foundation. Most impressively, even when I was suffering from a cold and a major lack of sleep my skin still looked radiant. So overall, a big thumbs up for me!
Have you tried any Biotherm skincare? Do you use a serum as part of your skincare?