Biologique Review


Biologique, also known as Biologique Recherche, is a family-owned cosmetic company that was founded by Yvan Allouche (father, founder and biologist), Josette Allouche (mother and physiotherapist) and Philippe Allouche (son and medical doctor). Biologique skin care products aim to cleanse, nourish, balance, moisturize and protect the skin. These treatments have been discussed in magazines such as “O,” “Elle,” “W,” “Shape,” “Skin Inc” and “Style.” Customer testimonials are not offered on the official Biologique Recherche website, nor are free trial samples.

The line of Biologique product treatments includes products like cleansers (Lait Oxygenant VIP O2 and Lotion Demaquillante pour les Yeux), toners (P 50), masks (Masque Vivant and Bio Mask Magic), “quintessential” serums (Collagene Marin, Elastine Pure and VG Tensil), creams, body care, finishing serums (Renovateur 14, Silk Plus, Complexe Royal and Fluide VIP O2) and hair care. Biologique skin products can be purchased in fine resorts, medical spas and facial treatment centers. Some of the active ingredients found in Biologique treatments are natural botanicals, soy protein, lactic acid, silk extract, witch hazel and cucumber extract. Overall, these skin care products endeavor to moisturize, protect the skin from free radicals and treat fine lines and wrinkles, while keeping the skin looking firmer and more radiant. A 100% money-back guarantee is not mentioned on the official website. Biologique skin products are not sold via the website.

Product Details

Biologique skin care treatments are primarily geared toward women, and aim to cleanse, nourish, balance, moisturize and protect. The key active ingredients offered in Biologique products are natural botanicals, soy protein, lactic acid, silk extract, witch hazel and cucumber extract. Unfortunately, there isn’t any clinical data presented on the official website to support Biologique’s many skin care claims, and we could find few proven wrinkle fighters in the ingredient lists. Primarily, these products seem to be more about nourishing the skin. The cost of these products is not revealed on the website, however, a convenient 1-800 number is provided for inquiries. Biologique skin treatments are available for purchase in select spas and medical centers.

The Good

  • There are all-natural botanicals incorporated into Biologique skin care products.
  • A convenient 1-800 number is provided on the official website for those who have questions.
  • Biologique skin care treatments contain some moisturizers.

The Bad

  • There are no prices posted on the official website for Biologique products.
  • There are no full ingredient lists offered on the website.
  • Customer reviews for Biologique skin care treatments cannot be found on the website.
  • There is no satisfaction guarantee offered by the product’s makers.
  • No free trial samples of Biologique skin care products are currently offered through the website.

The Bottom Line

Like many other modern skin care lines, Biologique is presented as a “high-end” line of treatments. Unfortunately the website doesn’t reveal what these products actually cost, nor does it discuss the wrinkle fighting elements in their formulas in depth. Biologique skin care would likely appeal to more individuals if they were actually available through the website and came with a money-back guarantee. Furthermore, it would surely be nice to see full product ingredient lists offered on the official website for allergy reasons, along with free trial samples of the skin care treatments.

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