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Biokem Face Cream - review


*It's been a little while since I've had the opportunity to review a product, so when the lovely people over at Naturelle Cosmetics sent me through some Face Cream to review, I was really chuffed!

You know I love to be a guinea pig!

My 50ml pot of Biokem Face Cream popped through the post and I was eager to try!

I was sent the sensitive face cream to try out. Which actually is a result because I always prefer to buy sensitive products for my skin.

Not because my skin is overly sensitive or anything. It used to be more sensitive when I was younger, but I guess as I've got older, my skins kinda started to harden up! LOL!

For some reason I always think sensitive products will be more gentle on my skin. How true that is I don't know. Either way, I was really happy receiving this particular face cream.


When opening the tub my first thoughts were, oh, I'm not sure of the smell. Now, don't get me wrong it's not a strong smell and it doesn't linger on the skin, but it does have a 'smell' to it, which I just can't put my finger on. It is organic cream, so I'm probably smelling the organicy (if that's a word! LOL!) aroma. It's nothing off putting, don't worry and it wouldn't stop me using it or anything - I just wish I could think what it reminds me of!


The cream has a slight pinky colour to it, which I'm guessing is because the face cream is also aimed at people with Rosacea, as well as sensitive skin.

On the website under the description for the Biokem Face Cream, which you can find here, it also claims to help towards dryness and itchiness due to skin dehydration.

I have been using this cream everyday for nearly two weeks. I use it in the morning after washing my face and I have also been using it as a night cream too, once I've washed away the days make-up.

When applying the cream it feels like it's going to dry quite heavy on the skin, but it really doesn't.

My skin stays completely moisturised and soft all day.


I do like using Biokem as a night cream too. When I've had face creams in the past that state they are for the night, I find them really greasy and I just don't seem to get on with them. But the Biokem keeps my skin soft all night and doesn't feel tight or dry when I wake up in the morning.

I do actually really like this face cream. My skin does feel completely moisturized and even though I don't have Rosacea, my skin tone is a little uneven and I feel it is starting to balance out. Which is actually another thing stated on the website, that Biokem helps restore the skins balance.


I'm looking forward to continuing using this product and I think it will now be a staple in my everyday beauty routine. I love the versatility of it and that our guys can use it too! The packaging is neutral and simple, which is great so that it can appeal to everyone! Not just for us girlies!


If you fancy giving Biokem Face Cream ago yourself you can find it here.
Along with lot's of other natural and organic beauty products!


Let me know how you get on!


♥ Heather



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