Bioderma Atoderm Cream
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But if your question is whether or not it's effective at softening and healing skin, leaving it in great condition, in my experience the answer is a big YES!
It's two major flaws and what might put people off are as follows:
- It does have a faint smell of white glue. It's not strong, but this might bother somebody. I'm happy because it doesn't have a bunch of super sweet perfume added to it, but it depends on the person.
- It is NOT fast absorbing and does feel sticky for around 10-20 minutes while it absorbs.
For the reason above, my recommendation would be use this as a night cream. I use it only on super dry areas, like the dry parts of my face, hands and feet. If you use this on your hands and then expect it to absorb easily, you're going to be disappointed. It's a heavy-duty, not particularly pleasant feeling cream, use it at a sensible time. If you have moderately ok skin and want a fast absorbing lotion, there are others out there.
But, it'll leave your skin fantastic. I saw a huge improvement in my dry skin areas over just a week's use, so I would recommend it, unless you'll be bothered by its smell or slow, sticky absorption rates.
Moisturizing cream for face and body for all ages also is a wonderful cream to moisturize the skin and restore the freshness and vitality of the skin thanks to its components glycerol and mineral oil and stearic acid and vitamin PP - Use once or twice a day
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