Bioderma

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Bioderma
Private
Industry Pharmaceuticals
Founder Jean-Noël Thorel
Headquarters [Lyon], France
Key people
Jean-Noël Thorel [1]
Jean-Yves Desmottes[2]
Products Créaline
Atoderm
Nodé
Revenue €261.5 Million (2014)
Number of employees
1000[3]
Website www.bioderma.fr

Bioderma Laboratories is a privately owned French pharmaceutical company that specialises in medication for dermatological and hair/scalp conditions, as well as for Pediatry and cell regeneration.[4] It was founded in 1977, in Aix en Provence, where its headquarters still reside. However, in 2001, the company opened its first specialized biometrology lab for skincare research and development in Lyon. Its primary business sector is Dermatology, with products such as ABCDerm, Atoderm, Cicabio, Créaline, Hydrabio, Matriciane, Matricium, Sébium, White Objective, Secure (skin care), Nodé (hair care) and Photoderm (sun care).

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