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Biorderma (pink lid sensitive version)

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Indecisivejo Thu 03-Nov-16 19:33:42

I have been using this on my eyes only and wow this is the only stuff that I have tried (and trust me I've tried most) that doesn't irritate my eyes at all!! Plus it removes most of it in one quick gentle swipe! I just hold the pad over eye for couple of seconds then swipe down with hardly any pressure and u can see the shape of my lashes on the pad!! Very impressed smile got a small 100ml bottle for £5 so perfect for an eye make up remover!

Chickpearocker Thu 03-Nov-16 21:24:42

Yes! I also use this heard about it from Lisa Eldridge videos, I have eczema patches on my eyelids but this works really well 👍

drspouse Thu 03-Nov-16 21:28:11

Oh gosh, one to try for me, I also get eczema on my lids.
Is there an eye cream or moisturiser that's similar?

Cakescakescakes Thu 03-Nov-16 21:31:15

I love this too! Would never use anything else.

Drspouse I've used the La Roche Posay Toleriane range when my eye eczema flares up. They do a regular moisturiser and also a specific eye cream. Really non irritating and is designed to help your skin become more resilient apparently. It worked well for me.

Chickpearocker Thu 03-Nov-16 21:35:08

Thanks cakescakescakes will give that a try. I tend to stay away from the eye area, some eyeshadows really set me off, the only brand I can use is bobbi brown.

FrustratedFrugal Fri 04-Nov-16 17:08:16

It's one of my favorite products, a staple. I clean my entire face with it, it's really good for finicky sensitive skin types.

Indecisivejo Fri 04-Nov-16 17:20:17

I haven't tried it on my whole face I'm too scared as have reacted to every other micellar water I've tried! sad

Softkitty2 Fri 04-Nov-16 19:57:31

Bioderma is amazing. In fact im obsessed with french pharmacy products thanks to lisa eldridge

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