Byphasse and Bioderma Micellar Waters {Cave or Save}

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Hi Everyone,

Today’s post is a cave or save on micellar waters. If you are new to my blog my cave or save posts are when I compare a more expensive product with an inexpensive option. These posts are definitely one of my favourite posts to write and today I will be comparing the Byphasse Micellaire Makeup Remover Solution and Bioderma Sensible H2O Solution .

I have personally never heard of Byphasse until I saw it in Chemist Warehouse (an Australian pharmacy). Micellar waters are my go-to method to remove my makeup during the week. They’re quick, easy to use and fuss-free – just take a cotton pad soaked in the micellar water, swipe it over your face and you’re done! The products state you don’t have to rinse your face but I always follow it up with a cleanser. Anyway, onto the comparisons.

The Price
The Byphasse Micellaire Makeup Remover Solution is $9.99 for 500ml from Chemist Warehouse however, it is currently on sale for $4.99. On the other hand, the Bioderma Sensible H2O Solution is $29.99 for 250ml from Priceline.

The Product
There is no difference in the consistency of these products. In terms of scent, Bioderma is fragrance free and Byphasse does have a slight fragrance but it’s nothing overpowering. After use, the Byphasse micellar water does leave your face slightly tacky however, this doesn’t bother me because as I mentioned before, I always follow it up with a cleanser. Both products would be suitable for sensitive skin and they don’t sting your eyes.

The Effectiveness
In my opinion, both products are equally effective. I have done trials where I have removed one half of my face with Bioderma and the other half with the Byphasse and I haven’t notice any difference in the way they remove my makeup, the amount that gets removed and how easy it is to remove.

The Packaging
Both products are packaged in a plastic bottles.  Bioderma has a flip top lid whereas the Byphasse has a press top lid. You definitely have more control over the amount of product that comes out of the Bioderma bottle. Nevertheless, both are easy to use and I have no qualms with either bottles.

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The Final Word
Overall, I would definitely recommend the Byphasse micellar water if you’re after a cheaper alternative. I will continue to purchase this option from now on. Aside from the ingredients which vary slightly, the only difference is that Byphasse is a little tacky after you use it. It is equally as effective and a sixth of the price of Bioderma. The Byphasse micellar water was a great find in my books!

Have you tried anything from Byphasse? I would love to try more things from the brand now!

Jess
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23 Comments

    1. Yes, you’re so right. I love finding cheaper alternatives 🙂 Bioderma is a cult product but there are cheaper options out there like this one. I’ve also heard great things about the Garnier one – I’ve never tried it though xx

  1. Love this post. It’s so helpful 🙂 Have you tried the Garnier Version of the micellar water? A lot of people compare it to Bioderma.
    x, Juliet

    1. I haven’t tried the Garnier one yet. I want to though because I’ve also heard a lot of comparisons and I want to see how it compares to these two. I’m going to work my way through both bottles first – it may take awhile! haha. Thank you for reading x