Difference between Bioderma Sensibio H20 & Sébium H20

Hello Everyone I hope you are doing great.

Here’s a little Difference post between Bioderma Sensibio H20 and Bioderma Sébium H2O.

🎆 Bioderma Sensibio H20

Starting with the original and much raved, Bioderma Sensibio H2O. It removes both makeup and dirt, impurities quickly and easily.
My skin never feels dry or tight afterwards.Plus, it’s fragrance-free, so suitable for everyone, even the most sensitive of skin that tends to react badly to anything. I have Combination to oily skin, and it works great for that, I found it hassle free to remove my waterproof mascara.

🎆 Bioderma Sébium H20

Next up is Sebium H20, as the name indicates it is created for oily skin to control sebum production and to cleanse skin. It behaves pretty much the same, as the sensibio it does removes makeup but not as good as Sensubio, I tend to use it for the cleansing, because this is what it does the best.There is no such thing that can eradicate sebum production (as far as I know) but, there are two ingredients, in its formula that can help oily skin. One is Zinc gluconate, which has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe breakout-prone skin.The other is the Copper sulfate, which could help with wound healing. And guys! Copper sulfate is giving it a bluish-green color (omg! those lab experiments you may have done if you are/were a science student), it does have a scent but that is very subtle, its more of cucumbery and fresh scent.

So which one should you choose?

Sensibio is great for removing makeup and dirt while Sebium, on the other hand Sebium is a better option for acne-prone skin. Sensibio H20 is the gentlest, and suitable for all skin types. You can’t go wrong with it. And it is my personal favourite 💜

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