VICHY


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3.7

254 products

3,959 reviews

62% would repurchase

Recent VICHY Reviews

Cleansers -VICHY -One Step Cleanser Sensitive Skin

on 2/21/2019 12:13:00 PM

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I was disappointed with the Vichy Purete Thermale 3-in-1 One Step Cleanser.  Out of the three steps Vichy advertises it to handle, it does none.  Vichy markets this as a makeup remover, eye makeup remover, and a toner.  From my experience using this it does not do a good job removing even the lightest makeup.  The 3-in-1 One Step Cleanser is very gentle around the eye area, but it does not remove eye makeup.  And in terms of toning... it doesn't tone like a normal toner would.  

I give Vichy some points because this is slightly gentle, but this does have a bit of scent to it.  I'm a fan of the shea butter they included, this is a nice hydrating ingredient.  This cleanser does leave my skin feeling soft, although most of my makeup products still needed to be removed by a separate toner after cleansing.  If you have dry skin and don't use much makeup I could see how this might possibly be an all in one cleanser.  If you have oily, acne-prone skin, or wear makeup this probably isn't the best cleanser for you.  My more detailed video review can be seen here:





Vichy 3-in-1 Cleanser Ingredients List:  WATER • PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM/MINERAL OIL • ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE • POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE • CARBOMER • SODIUM HYDROXIDE • DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE • DISODIUM EDTA • DISODIUM OCOAMPHODIACETATE • MYRTRIMONIUM BROMIDE • BUTYLENE GLYCOL • BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII SEEDCAKE EXTRACT/SHEA BUTTER SEEDCAKE EXTRACT • FRAGRANCE



Cleansers -VICHY -Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Lotion for face and eyes

on 2/9/2019 5:58:00 AM

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Amazing micellar water, simply the best, and I've tried many! It may be that my skin (combination, sensitive, gets dry if I use a foaming wash) gets along well with Vichy, but I just love their products: dercos shampoo, vichy micellar water, aqualia thermal serum, mineral 89 serum.. these are miracle workers for me.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.


Masks -VICHY -Pore Purifying Clay Mask

on 2/2/2019 8:36:00 PM

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I am usually so busy going on and on about my skin care prowess that I neglected to use a face mask, seriously it has been years. To give you an idea about my skincare routine I have been using Erno Laszlo pHelityl oil, then Sea-mud soap(forty splashes in hot 'treatment' water followed by Light Controlling Lotion(astringent)and then serum, maybe, and of course moisturizer and I'm thinking "aren't I just swell". Well not so much, then along comes Vichy clay mask sample packets and what a difference it made on my nose and chin, even though I am 60+(boy-oh-boy do I cringe when I see that number) I still get/have congestion in those two areas. I applied the mask very thickly and when I rinsed off my skin was glowing(could be from the small amount of menthol in the formula). The following day my nose developed two bulging red-soon-to-be pimples and I knew then and there that this mask has real drawing power. I followed up two days later with another dose of a thickly applied Vichy mask and my skin was glowing, so much so that I turned off the lights and was able to read with the lit-from-within glow that my skin radiated...well not quite but pretty darn close. I bought my jar on eBay for $10 and change and i think it is every bit as good as good as the one that I have used from Sisley.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


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