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  • Blotchy, Pigment-Challenged Skin

    The colour of a person’s skin is usually determined by their phototype and how much sun exposure they get; areas frequently exposed to the sun are darker than those that are covered. Melanin is the natural pigment that controls skin colour, which the body secretes to protect skin from UV rays,...

  • Combination to Oily Blemished Skin

    People with combination or oily skin have problems with sebum quantity and quality, which means their skin is more likely to have pimples and other blemishes. But blemishes can also be linked to other diseases like eczema, for example, which make them more difficult to treat. Finally, acne is...

  • Damaged Skin — Bruises, Knocks and Bumps

    Knocks and falls often leave a mark! A goose egg that appears in a few minutes or a large bruise that changes colours are signs that can help you evaluate how a contusion has impacted your skin and know the right thing to do. A lesion can look different depending on how rough the knock and...
  • Damaged Skin — Scars

    Different wounds need different treatments to promote proper healing. As soon as skin is damaged by things like scratches, burns, minor procedures, peels, laser treatments and more, the resulting lesion can cause discomfort, pain or the desire to itch. In all these cases, how well skin is...

  • Dehydrated Skin

    Any skin type — whether it’s dry, oily, or combination — can have problems with dehydration. The effects may be more or less visible, but this water deficiency causes skin on your face and some or all of your body to feel uncomfortable, especially after bathing or showering. Although symptoms...

  • Dry to Very Dry Skin

    The first sign of dry to very dry skin is discomfort on the face and body, especially after a bath or shower. Discomfort can include tightness, stiffness, scales, “snake skin” and more. This poorly-nourished skin no longer fulfils its barrier role. While dryness is a characteristic of a certain...

  • Irritated, Itchy, Atopic Skin

    A more severe form of very dry skin, irritated skin with itching is considered atopic skin. This skin disease starts at a very young age and has all the characteristics of a genuine epidemic. It is even one of the main causes of visits to the dermatologist! In the past 30 years, the number of...
  • Red, Scaly Skin

    Redness and scales on the face, body and scalp can be linked to two specific chronic diseases that affect sensitive and reactive skin: seborrhoeic dermatitis and psoriasis.

  • Sensitive to Intolerant Skin

    People with sensitive skin feel unpleasant symptoms on their face, with or without erythema (redness). These symptoms can include tingling, tightness, heating sensations or even burning and occasionally pruritus (itching). They frequently cannot tolerate many cosmetic products on their face.

  • Skin with Redness and Visible Vessels

    Some people with sensitive and reactive skin types have redness and small, visible vessels on their face. These signs often appear temporarily, but they can become progressively worse and eventually permanent. 

Babies & Children

  • Paediatric Dermatology

    The skin of babies and children has specific characteristics that make it more fragile and more...

Hair

  • Dandruff and Scales

    Dandruff can be light, moderate or severe. This condition is extremely common and affects...
  • Hair and Scalp

    To keep hair healthy, you must first take care of the scalp where the bulb is rooted because...

Make-up Removal

  • Micellar Water

    Laboratoire Bioderma invented micellar water in 1991, revolutionising the way people remove make...

Sun