BIODERMA arrives into UK.



If you’re already a fan of BIODERMA you’ll be chuffed to know it’s now available in the UK.

Never heard of it? Let me enlighten you!

BIODERMA is an extremely popular pharmacy cosmetic brand on the continent and has also a lot of fans in the UK.

BIODERMA believes that temporary relief alone is not sufficient in treating most skin problems, therefore it offers corrective and holistic solutions for each skin type. With this belief, over the years the brand developed some amazing products that were never seen before, which later became cult beauty products.


BIODERMA was the first brand to introduce such innovations as:

  • The 1st Micellar water – Sensibio H2O
  • The 1st biologically active sunscreen
  • The 1st skincare product that corrects the quality of sebum
  • The 1st skincare that acts directly on the main cause of skin redness.


How did BIODERMA achieve this?

At the core of the company mission sits innovation and science! Bioderma has a research and development unit in Aix-en-Provence and in the Centre of Skin Investigation and Research in Lyon where all the hard work is taking place.

Lets get to the business then!

Initially 5 ranges will be introduced into the UK. I think that we will see this brand expanding here quite quickly judging how popular it is in other countries.

Atoderm for dry and atopic skin.

Sensibio for Sensitive skin.

Sebium for Oily and acne prone skin.

Hydrabio is a range for dehydrated skin.

And to my joy a full range of the PHOTODERM line, which is a suncare line.

You can now buy BIODERMA from:

Leading pharmacies and dermatologists nationwide and from John Bell & Croyden as well as

I’m going to be testing the most known product Micellar water SENSIBIO H2O. I’m the kind of girl that really likes to scrub all the dirt off at the end of the day, so using just a bit of ‘magic’ water on a cotton pad is for me quite a scary vision. My skin need to feel clean and be clean. I’ll be changing my skin cleaning routine to see if this micellar water is going to impress me as much as others.

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