Bioderma products are relatively easy or at least not too difficult to come by in Slovenia. There is a pharmacy near where I live where I've been getting all those bottles of the Sensibio H20 from for years now. I've also found that it was never excruciatingly difficult to get samples of the Bioderma products in stores and this set of tiny tubes arrived my mail box a few weeks ago.
This may be more of interest for the Slovenian readers but Bioderma now has its separate Slovenian website and if you fill-out form on their website with some basic data about your skin you should receive a set of their pretty generous samples, selected to suit your skin type. As you can see, the samples which were chosen for me are from their Sensitive range (Atoderm) and from their acne-prone skin range (Sebium). So far I've only tried the Atoderm PP Baume and it was very calming and gentle on my winter-dry skin.
The company which distributes Bioderma in Slovenia also has a new webshop Sophia which next to Bioderma currently stocks also products from Nuxe and Bio-Beaute brands. I have already placed an order on their website (guess what I got?) and was happy with the customer services. The package arrived quickly and some lovely samples and a full size bottle of the NUXE Micellar Water which was/is part of the special promo for the first 200 customers, were included as well.
Have you tried any Bioderma products and do you like them or do you think they are over-hyped? I am glad that they are now available to purchase online as well so that I can keep a regular stash of those pink Bioderma bottles on my bathroom shelves.