In fact, I would like to admit that I am writing my first review. And all because this miracle of the French manufacturer did not leave me indifferent. Lotion P50 from Biologique Recherche settled in my bathroom forever (and its mini option for traveling on business trips was registered in my makeup bag).
It was July 2017 ... It was impossible to look at yourself in the mirror. My skin is not prone to rashes, blackheads, it seems like a uniform color without any defects, but lately I didn’t like it - sometimes there were small red spots that began to peel off after a while, the color turned gray, once invisible black dots became noticeable ...
And then I accidentally in my favorite beauty salon on a shelf saw this unusual shape of a jar, and, after talking with a cosmetologist, she was in my purse. The cosmetologist bribed by the fact that in addition to cleansing, the lotion gently exfoliates and restores the epidermis.
As for the application tips, I frankly did not follow them. From the first week, it only moistened a cotton pad with lotion, without diluting it with either thermal or usually water. I did not experience any discomfort, redness or discomfort. But judging by the fact that the manufacturer warns that the skin needs addiction to the product, it is better not to risk it.
What happened to the skin after the first week of use? It became dull, without greasy shine (despite the fact that in the summer usually the skin in the T-zone starts to shine in the middle of the day), it became more moisturized, dense, the color is even, there is no hint of grayness. It is just perfect (of course, compared to what it was before using the lotion). Everyone is concerned about the question of black dots - does the lotion help to cope with them? I think so. Of course, they did not completely disappear, but there were very, very few of them, and they were completely invisible (I stood for a long time near the mirror and peered, and frankly, immensely glad that they were practically absent).
The smell of the product is specific, a bit like gouache from Soviet jars, but not repulsive and disappears almost immediately after use.
Many people note the high cost of the product (including succumbing to mass frenzy and noted the cost as a drawback), but I honestly admit that I did not regret for a minute that I had acquired this miracle cure from French cosmetology and would certainly buy it again. For those whose cost can still stop, I’ll say that the tool is very, very economical (you need to apply it a little bit, ruthlessly do not wet a cotton pad like an ordinary lotion or tonic). For three and a half months of use, I spent 1/5 of the jar.