bioderma

December 1, 2015

Go to popular beauty website IntoTheGloss.com, and key in “Bioderma” into the search bar. Scroll through the results that come out, and you’ll see a whole bunch of links to the site’s “The Top Shelf” feature, which documents the beauty products that populate the actual bathroom shelves of personalities. It’s a section of the site popular for featuring the beauty regimes of celebrities, models, Instagram stars, plus other personalities-of-the-moment.

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We mentioned this Into The Gloss feature simply because running a “Bioderma” search on their site brings up a good number of posts, showing plainly how this French pharmacy brand is very much part of all these cool girls’ beauty regimes, since they all seem to use various versions of the cult micellar water for cleansing. We highly recommend it too, in particular the Sensibio H2O; the brand doesn’t claim to be “the 1st and only dermatological micellar water perfectly compatible with the skin” for no good reason, since it’s formulated with fatty acid esters that closely mimic the skin cells’ membrane, so there is no danger of skin irritation – and it really feels like it’s water that’s quickly removing your makeup (even the stubbornly waterproof kind). The Sensibio H2O is made for sensitive skin anyway, so give it a try in the November edition of the NYLON Singapore x Vanity Trove Beauty Box; we’re quite certain you’ll be getting yourself a full-sized bottle soon after.

 

Main image: Alexander Wang SS’16, courtesy NARS. Try out the Bioderma Sensibio H2O in the November edition of our NYLON Singapore x Vanity Trove Beauty Box. $38, available here.