Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream Overview
Now this is exciting! A wrinkle cream that can actually train my skin to create more moisture on its own? Don’t tell the skincare companies. They could stand to lose a fortune in lost sales. Come to think of it, why is a skincare company selling a product that could make itself and all its other products obselete? Well, that’s my first red flag. Let’s dive right in and see if there are more.
Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream is made for dry to very dry skin. They also have a version for normal, less dry skin as well. What is claims to do is teach your skin how to generate deep down hydration and to lock it in at the surface. This way, you’ll achieve long lasting hydration, along with soft, supple, radiant, dewy skin.
Aquagenium is the primary proprietary complex the forms the basis of the Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream Formula. It’s what teaches the skin to balance its own hydration. Added to the mix is:
- Glycerin for moisture without sensitivity.
- Mineral Oil for deep moisture.
- Niacinamide to reinforce the moisture barrier.
- Several botanical antioxidants to provide protection against environmental hazards and free radicals.
- Titanium Dioxide to provide ever so slight coverage to even skin tone.
Instructions are to apply Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream after cleansing in the morning.
Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream Pros and Cons
Looking at both the good and bad sides of a product is a good way to know whether or not it’s something you should buy.
Advantages of Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream
- Most Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream reviews are favorable, with frequent comments about how it absorbs nicely and is very hydrating.
- It’s reasonably affordable.
- The pump dispenser is sanitary and keeps the ingredients fresh.
Disadvantages of Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream
- Several reviewers talk about having a pretty severe reaction to it, including redness and bumps.
Where to Buy
You can purchase Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream online. The 40 ml pump sells for $27.95.
I don’t think I’ll recommend Bioderma Hydrabio Rich Cream. There’s nothing really special or revolutionary about it (unless you believe it can train your skin, which I don’t), and with so many people having bad reactions, I would just stay away.