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This is one monster of a cleanser! At first, I found the sheer size of it actually rather frightening but I have to admit, I have ended up liking the Bioderma Atoderm Nutri-Protective Cleansing Cream much, much more than I thought I would.
So obviously the industrial size looking 500ml put me off, but as I got on so well with the Bioderma Hydrabio range, I decided to pop the Atoderm cleanser in the shower and give it a go for morning cleansing. It is super creamy and actually lathers up really nicely with water, enabling a really good cleanse.
It isn’t at all drying and leaves my skin feeling clean and soft and looking fresh and bright. I really like it! And because I got on so well with it for light cleansing, I decided to see what it could do on makeup. Again I was really impressed. Because it is soap-free, hypoallergenic, paraben-free, Bioderma Atoderm Cleansing Cream can be used on the eyes without stinging. So I even challenged it with removing my new Bourjois 1 Seconde Volume Waterproof Mascara.
I lightly smoothed it over my eyes and lashes (with my eyes closed obvz) and then gently removed it with a wet flannel. It took all the mascara with it. Job done! Apparently you can use it for face and body (another thing that put me off) and it’s suitable for the whole family.
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