2 August 2011

Bioderma crealine H20 review

Possibly one of the most talked about products in recent months, and thanks to the lovely Louise from GetLippie, I was lucky enough to win a bottle to try out:

As the name suggests, it looks and feels exactly like water, but it somehow manages to do a great job of removing make up without irritating the skin. I've always favoured oil based eye make up removers, but nowadays I find myself reaching for this more often than not.

I simply tip some of the liquid onto a cotton pad, dab it over my eyes a few times, and all my make up gets removed without any need for rubbing. Compared to oil based removers, it has the advantage of not leaving a film on the skin, so its great for cleaning up any eye make up mistakes.

Bioderma used to be difficult and expensive to get hold of in the UK, however you can now buy it from Zuneta for £14 plus £3.95 p+p. Although reasonable, this is still more than what you'd pay in France, so if you are travelling this summer, then I'd highly recommend getting a bottle to try out.

Have you tried any of the Bioderma skincare products? What's your favourite eye make up remover?

14 comments:

  1. ooooh this sounds fab xxxxx

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  2. You have a good idea as a blog - my sister would be interested so will subscribe her!

    With love Anita
    Bath Bomb Creations

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  3. Thanks for the review, I did actually see this was available through another blogger and ordered one off Zuneta myself! However, I've been told it's been delayed due to the massive orders! But glad to know it was worth it :p

    http://bowtiedbeauty.blogspot.com/

    xx

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  4. kirstyb- It's definitely worth the hype x

    Anita Bonney - Thank you x

    Bow Tied Beauty- I guess they were flooded with orders, rather annoying for you though. Hope you'll like it x

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  5. i also have been wanting this for a long time, heard so many good things about this

    http://welldressed25.blogspot.com/

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  6. Evelyn- If you can get hold of a bottle then it's definitely worth a try x

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  7. i want to try this too! shall look for this brand here. :)

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  8. sugar sugar- P&P can be quite high if you're in the UK, but take a look at the Zuneta website. It's the cheapest one I've found so far x

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  9. I'm going to France in November so I will definitely look out for this! :D

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  10. Skin Scrubs- Very exciting! Are you going as part of your honeymoon? x

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  11. I tend to stick with neutrogena oil-free makeup remover, but it's kinda expensive. I'm interested in this product, but I've never seen it in my area. Pure avocado oil also works great as a makeup remover even with my combination skin it doesn't make my skin greasy once I've washed with my foaming cleanser.

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  12. The Corner Girl- It's not widely available in the UK, but if you get hold of some then it's definitely worth a try. I've not heard of using avocado oil before but I can imagine it would be very moisturising on the skin x

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  13. This is the only Bioderma product I've tried and I love it, it's perfect for removing eye make-up.

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  14. Becky - It's great isn't it. If only it was more widely available in the UK x

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