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Biomedic by La Roche-Posay is an expert in aesthetic procedures in the dermatologist's office.

For the past decade, Biomedic has led the way in developing highly advanced therapeutic skin care treatments and products.

The Biomedic skin care line provides superior results for correcting damage caused by aging, sun exposure, hyperpigmentation, acne and hypersensitivity and a state-of-the-art delivery system for maximum efficacy.

These innovative formulas and textures promote comfort and dermatological efficacy proven in rigorous clinical studies to guarantee optimal tolerance for the most sensitive skin.

Thursday, 11 February 2010

Biomedic LHA Cleansing Gel

Biomedic LHA Cleansing Gel

Biomedic LHA Cleansing Gel: An exfoliating cleansing gel for all skin types formulated with a combination of several pro-exfoliating agents including LHA (lipohydroxy acid) to prepare the skin for the LHA-PEEL and enhance peel results in-office.

LHA Cleansing Gel is ideal for use to prep skin before a chemical peel or as a daily exfoliating cleanser.

LHA, glycolic acid and salicylic acid aid in cell proliferation in order to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, diminish acneic breakouts, soften skin's texture and extract impurities.

Rough, dull and uninspiring skin is transformed into a glowing, healthy complexion.

It also cleanses away dirt, makeup and excess oils, leaving skin perfectly cleansed and pure.

Suitable for all skin types, except very sensitive.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Purifying Cleanser

Biomedic Purifying Cleanser

Biomedic Purifying Cleanser: A deep-penetrating pH balanced glycolic cleanser that helps detoxify, correct and clarify the complexion.

Purifying Cleanser is a mild glycolic, bio-active, pH corrective cleanser that deeply cleanses the pores and gently exfoliates dry, rough skin. Its gel-based formula aids in the natural skin rejuvenation process without drying the complexion, improving the skin's texture and tone.

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Biomedic Antibac Acne Wash

Biomedic Antibac Acne Wash

Biomedic Antibac Acne Wash: A gentle exfoliating wash ideal for oily, acne-prone skin.

This gentle wash reduces blemishes, pimples and blackheads with special micro-scrubbing exfoliants.

Penetrates pores and helps prevent acne blemishes from forming.

The smart targeting formula penetrates pores to help prevent acne blemishes from forming.

Contains 1.8% Salicylic Acid and Lactic Acid.

Ideal for acne prone/active acne skin.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Micro Exfoliating Scrub

Biomedic Micro Exfoliating Scrub

Micro Exfoliating Scrub is designed to remove dead skin cells, gently resurfacing the skin to reveal a healthier, more radiant complexion. With gentle dissolvable microbeads, it deep cleanses the skin, unclogs pores and eliminates dirt, oil and makeup. Ideal for use on any dry, rough areas of the body, it helps to soften and smooth the skin.

Note: Formerly known as as Micro Massage Exfoliating Wash.

Thursday, 2 July 2009

Biomedic Pure Enzyme

Biomedic Pure Enzyme

Biomedic Pure Enzyme is a unique facial mask based on proteolytic enzymes derived from papaya (papain) and pineapple (bromelain) for use as an adjunct to or replacement for skin care containing alpha hydroxy acids or as preparation for chemical peels.


As a strong exfoliant, Pure Enzyme assists in the treatment of a broad array of skin conditions and concerns including fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne, uneven skin tone and texture, while enhancing skin's ability to retain moisture (without the use of moisturizers).

The product's enzyme content and activity is the strongest available by a large margin in any product, including Jan Marini Clean Zyme and Skin Zyme which are based on papain alone.

Despite it's potency, Biomedic Pure Enzyme is extremely gentle because the proteolytic enzymes it contains are only capable of affecting dead cellular matter.

Conversely, alpha hydroxy acids such as glycolic acid can prove to be dehydrating, irritating and sensitizing (including photosensitizing) and responsible for inconsistent, uneven results.

Also unlike some alpha hydroxy acids, Biomedic Pure Enzyme has no maximum use and will not harden skin or render it brittle/fragile.

Biomedic Pure Enzyme is an optimal product for patients unable to use alpha hydroxy acids or requiring maximal exfoliation with negligible side effects providing they can make the time to use it as directed.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Conditioning Solution

Biomedic Conditioning Solution

Conditioning Solution acts as a second step in the cleansing process to even out skin tone and help to maintain a clear and smooth complexion. Formulated with a blend of alpha and beta hydroxy acids, this toner improves the skin's ability to absorb further products and medications.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Conditioning Gel

Biomedic Conditioning Gel

Biomedic Conditioning Gel is specifically formulated with 2% hydroquinone to reduce discoloration in the skin and to improve skin texture. Ideal for treatment of hyperpigmentation caused by over-exposure to the sun, it provides a mild exfoliation that helps to maintain smooth, clear skin.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Conditioning Gel Plus

Biomedic Conditioning Gel Plus

Conditioning Gel Plus acts as a powerful clarifier for pigmented skin. It is formulated to reduce discoloration and to reduce cellular build-up in the pores. Regular use will help develop uniform skin tone and a clear, smooth complexion. Conditioning Gel Plus also works well on hands, chest and back.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Conditioning Cream

Biomedic Conditioning Cream

Conditioning Cream is an extra-rich emollient cream for sensitive skin. It improves skin texture while promoting a healthy, youthful glow. Formulated with 6% glycolic acid, it gentle exfoliates the skin, promoting cell renewal and a healthier complexion.

Thursday, 26 November 2009

Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 Concentrate

Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 Concentrate

Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 Concentrate contains 10.5% Vitamin C as naturally occurring ascorbic acid, the most potent form of Vitamin C, formulated and packaged to avoid oxidation.


Topically applied ascorbic acid has demonstrated numerous benefits, helping protect against photodamage, reduce inflammation and stimulate collagen production.

In combination with sunscreen, these properties make ascorbic acid effective in both preventing and treating the pathogenesis of skin aging.

Unfortunately, the majority of Vitamin C in use is substantially oxidized before use, different from the Vitamin C studies have found to be beneficial, and either useless or harmful to skin.

Independent laboratory analyses at Swinburne University have shown that many Vitamin C products marketed as containing 10-20% Vitamin C contain as little as 2% l-ascorbic acid.

Some manufacturers touting the superior stability of their antioxidant products have on closer inspection been found to be supplying thoroughly oxidized product.

Oxidized Vitamin C is readily identified by its yellow to brown tinge (antioxidant Vitamin C is clear), although some manufacturers add yellow/brown coloring to mask product deterioration, and very early stages of deterioration do not affect color.

Along with Alyria Antioxidant Capsules (10% Vitamin C + 1% Vitamin E) and PCA pHaze 16+ C-Strength 20% (20% Vitamin C + 5% Vitamin E), Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 provides the actual antioxidant Vitamin C molecule (10.5%) in an anhydrous (waterless) oxidation-resistant formula.

Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 is packaged in a metal tube with a miniscule opening which prevents light and air from interacting with the product.

Despite these benefits, Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 is 1/3 to 1/2 the cost of alternatives.

Although some users are accustomed to using Vitamin C Serums containing Vitamin C at purported 10-20% antioxidant concentrations, if oxidized product is used the skin's beneficial exposure to Vitamin C will be less than with lower concentration, unoxidized product.

The most obvious results from Biomedic Potent-C are a reduction in fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone and colouring and manifest in four to twelve weeks of use.

Benefits appear to continue to accrue for up to a year and diminish over time if the product is stopped (or not replaced with a similar product).

Biomedic Potent-C is applied once or twice daily to the face, neck and hands.

Biomedic Potent-C is not usually suitable for use around the eyes. La Roche Posay Active-C Eyes and Redermic Eyes are milder alternatives for delicate skin.

If skin is extremely sensitive, acclimate skin by using La Roche-Posay Active-C Emulsion for Combination Skin or Dry Skin for one month before commencing use of Biomedic Potent-C.

Biomedic Potent-C is suitable for all skin types, excluding extremely oily and extremely sensitive.

Biomedic Potent-C can also help reduce the appearance of new stretch marks.

Each tube of Biomedic Potent-C 10.5 Concentrate provides approximately 6 weeks of once daily use.

Unusually, Biomedic Potent-C contains adenosine.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic C-Recovery Treatment

Biomedic C-Recovery Treatment

This wrinkle treatment, formulated with 5% stabilized vitamin C, is ideal for those with sensitive skin who are prone to redness. C-Recovery Treatment has a slight green tint that neutralizes the redness for a natural, even skin tone, while Xanthine helps calm and soothe the irritated skin. Antioxidant vitamin C also helps fight against free radicals that can lead to wrinkle formation.

This hydrating formula reduces wrinkles by up to 50% for skin that is smooth, supple and, most importantly, calm.

Thursday, 11 February 2010

Biomedic Retinol Cream 15

Biomedic Retinol Cream 15

Biomedic Retinol Cream rapidly minimizes signs of aging. It utilizes Retinol in combination with selected moisturizers and emollients to help transform dry, scaly skin into smooth, evenly pigmented skin. Designed to reduce the signs of aging -- fine lines and surface wrinkles -- the regular use of Biomedic Retinol Cream can substantially rejuvenate your skin's appearance, promoting a healthy youthful glow. Ideal for people who burn in the sun or have sensitive skin. Contains 0.15% Retinol.

Please refer the notes on Erythema from Retinoids prior to use.

Thursday, 11 February 2010

Biomedic Retinol Cream 30

Biomedic Retinol Cream 30

Biomedic Retinol Cream rapidly minimizes signs of aging. It utilizes Retinol, the purest and most active form of vitamin A, in combination with selected moisturizers and emollients to help transform dry, scaly skin into smooth, evenly pigmented skin. Designed to reduce the signs of aging, Biomedic Retinol Cream can substantially rejuvenate your skin's appearance, promoting a healthy, youthful glow. Ideal for people who burn and then tan. Contains 0.30% Retinol.

Please refer the notes on Erythema from Retinoids prior to use.

Thursday, 11 February 2010

Biomedic Retinol Cream 60

Biomedic Retinol Cream 60

Biomedic Retinol Cream rapidly minimizes signs of aging. It utilizes Retinol, the purest and strongest form of vitamin A, in combination with selected moisturizers and emollients to help transform dry, scaly skin into smooth, evenly pigmented skin. Designed to reduce the signs of aging, Biomedic Retinol Cream can substantially rejuvenate your skin's appearance, promoting a healthy, youthful glow. Ideal for people who tan and rarely burn. Contains 0.60% Retinol.

Please refer the notes on Erythema from Retinoids prior to use.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Biomedic Facial Shield SPF 30

Biomedic Facial Shield SPF 30

Facial Shield SPF 30 is an antioxidant-rich daily sunscreen formulated with absorbent micro-particles to remove oil. This product provides a matte finish with state-of-the-art benefits.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Hydra-Recovery

Biomedic Hydra-Recovery

Hydra-Recovery is formulated with thermal spring water and multiple calming agents to soothe the skin and promote faster healing. Ideal for use after irritating skin procedures, Hydra-Recovery helps to rebuild the skin's protective barrier, optimizes the results of your procedure and comforts the skin with plumping moisture. Thermal dermobiotic (1%) strengthens the skin's natural defenses while vitamin E conditions and provides antioxidant protection. The skin is immediately calmed and continues to be comfortable for all day wear.

Thursday, 12 March 2009

Biomedic Gentle Soothing Ointment

Biomedic Gentle Soothing Ointment

Gentle Soothing Ointment is a non-penetrating, neutral, occlusive ointment that helps protect the skin during the healing stages of post peel or resurfacing procedure. Easily irritated skin becomes less reactive to further treatments. Reddened skin takes a a healthy, non-flushed appearance.

Tuesday, 28 April 2009

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Tuesday, 21 July 2009

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Sunday, 19 July 2009

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