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Just a quick question for Bioderma SS users please
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Emma2006
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Sat Feb 03, 2007 2:32 am      Reply with quote
I am currently using Bioderma AKN Spray. I like it bit it is watery and I'm not sure that it gives me fabulous protection. I wear a hat so I don't get to test it out on my face.

I am looking at one of the creamier Bioderma SS but am a bit concerned as the Vichy Capital Soleil SS I used was a creamy one and it broke me out badly.

Is it possible to know if the Bioderma creamier one will do the same as the Vichy one?
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Sat Feb 03, 2007 4:26 am      Reply with quote
Hi Emma,

I have no idea what would make you break out, but maybe you should see if you can obtain samples of several different sunscreens and see if they cause you any adverse reactions...

another, more bizarre suggestion, is to invest in some flax gel, or a gel-type moisturizer such as Osea's advanced protection cream, which basically nurtures your skin and forms a slight protective film... Living nature makes a very nice flax gel. I've found that I can wear really intense sunscreens this way and I do not break out from them... I tried Estee Lauder's sunscreen over flax gel and without it, and without it, I developed clogged pores, and with it--nada!

--avalange

p.s. I am sure that Seakelp Bioferment would work really well for this!

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Sat Feb 03, 2007 6:05 am      Reply with quote
Its never caused me any problems Emma. Ive only tried the tinted one( which isnt a great shade by the way) but im assuming their untinted one has the same texture.
I dont find it too greasy or shiny.

I havent tried vichy so cant compare the two.

HTH Im not sure where you can get samples from besides Tubotica.

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Sat Feb 03, 2007 6:21 am      Reply with quote
You can pay for samples of Vichy and Bioderma SS from www.skincarecentral.biz
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Sat Feb 03, 2007 7:46 am      Reply with quote
Hi Emma

I've been using the Max Fluide for a few wks. I have combo skin and it has NOT clogged my pores at all. It sinks right in as it's pretty "liquidy". It does not feel greasey and leaves a nice dewey finish on my skin. HTH:)
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Sat Feb 03, 2007 10:22 am      Reply with quote
avalange wrote:
p.s. I am sure that Seakelp Bioferment would work really well for this!

don't you worry -- i've got a jar set aside of this for you to try your self Very Happy
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Sat Feb 03, 2007 1:02 pm      Reply with quote
Thank you all for your replies.


la vie en rose wrote:
avalange wrote:
p.s. I am sure that Seakelp Bioferment would work really well for this!

don't you worry -- i've got a jar set aside of this for you to try your self Very Happy


Is that for me or Ava?
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I click on the link for SKB and everytine I do I think what an amazing product it sounds.

Thanks everyone.
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