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This video was sponsored by Bioderma.
Bioderma are one of my favourite “sciencey” brands. Not only do they use science-backed ingredients, but they also conduct their own skin research in association with research institutes and dermatologists, and it’s been published in some pretty prestigious peer-reviewed journals (Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, European Journal of Dermatology,).
This extensive devotion to research is reflected in their products, which I’ve talked about before – they invented micellar water, their Atoderm range is recommended by eczema organisations and dermatologists, and their sunscreens (unfortunately not available in Australia) have some of the highest UVAPFs available.
Related post: What Is Micellar Water and How Does It Work?
As you’d expect, they have a lot of skincare products to cater for different skin types and conditions, so in this video I’m taking you through some of the Sebium products.
I talk about:
- What causes acne?
- How does Sebium help with acne?
- How Sebium’s patented ingredient blends work
- Product overview: what they’re designed to do, and what I thought of them
- Sebium H2O Micelle Solution (micellar water)
- Sebium Cleansing Foaming Gel
- Sebium Sensitive
- Sebium Hydra
- Sebium Mat Control
Here’s a video from Bioderma about SeboRestore and squalene: SeboRestore
Here are some of the patents – be warned, they’re quite technical!
Here’s my previous post on Bioderma’s product development and testing process: Behind the Scenes at Bioderma
What other brands would you like to see me cover in detail?
This video is sponsored by Bioderma; however, the content is all based on my independent research and my honest experience. For more information, see Disclosure Policy.