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Bioderma Sebium Gel Moussant
Bioderma has some impressive products which I have tried in the past. Recently, I was on the hunt for a new face wash, and I came across yet another product from this brand. It had amazing reviews online, so I figured it should work for me too. The product claims to eliminate the excess sebum and purify the epidermis. With that being said, I went ahead and tested it out for you guys.
How to Use The Product
Take a small amount of product on your palm and apply it on wet skin. Work the facewash on the skin and rinse well. You can dry with a towel.
Pros of Bioderma Sebium Gel Moussant:
- The face wash cleanses well.
- It is non-comedogenic and works well on a combination and oily skin types.
- The cleanser is very gentle in nature.
- The packaging is travel-friendly.
Cons of Bioderma Sebium Gel Moussant:
- The fragrance is overwhelming. Even after using it for about a month, I did not get accustomed to it.
- I did not think it was very effective to control the oil secretion on my skin.
- It is a little expensive for its size.
Price of the Product and Packaging
The product is priced at INR 840 (approx. USD 11) for 100 ml. It comes in a clear tube. The product comes in multiple sizes. I purchased the 45 ml tube for trying purposes, which is extremely travel friendly as it is compact in size.
The facewash has a thin gel consistency and has a blue color to it. I think copper sulfate might have something to do with it. You need just a little bit, about a pea size amount, and that covers your entire face. The facewash does not really lather once you put it on, but it applies easily to the skin. The product itself is lightweight and has a strong fragrance to it.
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Personal Opinion of Bioderma Sebium Gel Moussant
The cleanser is very gentle on the skin and also cleans well, but I doubt its efficacy and longevity. I have read great reviews about the product and have seen this work for a lot of people. The fragrance of the product is really overwhelming, and I really wish this product was fragrance-free.
Overall, I would like to give it a 3 out of 5.
About the Ingredients
The product is designed to act as a daily cleanser for combination and oily skin types. The product contains zinc sulfate and copper sulfate, which cleanses and purifies the skin without drying it. The ingredients also help cleanse the epidermis, reduces the number of blemishes, and limits sebum secretion. The product is soap-free, and it also ensures that the skin’s pH is maintained. It is also non-comedogenic, which ensures it will not block your skin pores.
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These ingredients help to lift off dead skin cells to make the skin more fresh and smooth.
These ingredients help control the growth of micro-organisms on the skin.
Lactic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide
This helps in keeping the formula stable.
These ingredients help keep the formula stable.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Laureth-2
These ingredients help in binding the mixture of oil and water, which tend to separate.
Mannitol, Xylitol, Rhamnose, Fructooligosaccharides, Lactic Acid, Propylene Glycol
Ingredients that help the skin to stay hydrated so that it feels moisturized.
Add fragrance to the product.
These help maintain the longevity of the product.
Aqua/Water/Eau, Methylpropanediol, Propylene Glycol
These ingredients help dissolve other ingredients in the formula.
Sodium Cocoamphoacetate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, PEG-90 Glyceryl Isostearate, Laureth-2
These ingredients help the product to distribute evenly and with ease on the skin.
Sodium Chloride, Propylene Glycol
These ingredients give texture to the product, by thickening them to give a moisturizer like consistency.
In 1977, pharmacist Jean-Noel Thorel started the Bioderma brand, and Bioderma has come a long way since then. Throel came up with a skincare line in collaboration with renowned biology and dermatology specialists.
The idea behind the skincare range was that the product should not treat the skin; rather, the range should work with the skin's biology to repair and improve the skin's function. Today, Bioderma has over 50 patents.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
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