In fact, Bioderma offer a wide range of skincare, with ranges for dehydrated, oily and dry skin to name a few.
Hydrabio promises to hydrate skin, offering a 'flash' hydration effect, restoring the skin's ability to moisturise itself effectively.
Containing glycerine and hyaluronic acid (good for plumping), the serum is lightweight, almost gel like in consistency and pretty much scent less.
I apply two pumps post cleanser and toner, gently patting across my face, avoiding the eye area. It absorbs quickly, leaving skin feeling really soft, and moisturised. I apply my usual moisturiser over the top.
Since using the serum for about a month, I've noticed that my skin has started looking a little plumper, and I've also needed less moisturiser to hydrate my skin.
I've been really pleased with the results, especially as the Bioderma serum is half the price of my usual serum. If you're already a fan of the micellar water, I urge you to try some of their other products - I'm loving them!
The Hydrabio serum costs £17.50, and can be found online from Escentuals (also at 1/3 off until end of June!), or in store at John Bell & Croyden London.
*This post contains PR samples. My views are honest as always.