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Bioderma Atoderm Ultra-Nourishing Anti-Irritation Shower Oil is rated out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by BEOK from Shower oil This seems to be quite good in helping my skin not to be quite so dry. It is a little odd to use because there is very little lather but it does seem to cleanse and freshen effectively. The big plus is that is NON SLIP.
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anne52 from A dream cleaner for 'fussy' skin. I love this cleanser - my fussy skin has really settled down. My skin never feels dry after a shower, but it does remove oily body lotions! I've even used it on my face when I have a lot of make up on, followed by Hydrabio micellar water. I now have shower oil in all my soap dispensers, including the kitchen, where I find it easily removes the smell of garlic, onion etc. Perfect!
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by RosieD from Lifesaver Buy this. I have the flakiest, most irritable eczema prone skin on my body ever. I can’t keep myself in body lotions and butters. They don’t do any good anyway. I’ve tried every shower gel, cream and oil, every post shower lotion, potion and butter, every scrub, every mitt. This is amazing. Once a week I do a quick body brush and scrub with an exfoliating mitt, use this in the shower every day, and follow with a basic light lotion. It’s like having new skin. Does form an effective barrier and provides lasting hydration. Smells fresh and clean. Bought a smaller one as well to use as hand soap! I won’t be without this product now, really happy I purchased.
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Suni73 from Great for this eczema sufferer I bought this a few weeks ago after a severe bout of eczema on my legs. It has made a huge difference! It's gentle, cleans well and leaves skin soft and moisturised. It is fragranced but doesn't irritate my skin - in fact I love the subtle scent so much that I'm going to continue using it after the eczema has cleared. It doesn't make the bath slippery and is easy to apply by hand, it's not greasy at all. For fellow eczema sufferers, I would also recommend Bioderma Cicabio repair cream for sore spots (the tube is small but you only need a very thin layer) followed by Bioderma Atoderm ultra-soothing balm all over dry patches - these products are the best thing I've found for eczema, and I've tried a lot of stuff, including 'natural' as well as prescription creams.
Date published: 2017-10-16