Vichy Aqualia Thermal Light Cream

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Rehydrating Cream - Light. Normal to Combination Skin Review

Whatever it may be, hydration is key! I always aim to drink 8 cups of water a day, water my garden regularly, and include a hydrating moisturizer in my skincare routine.

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Light Cream recharges dry and dehydrated skin with intense hydration, using 97% naturally derived ingredients, including Hyaluronic Acid, fortifying Vichy mineralizing water, and plant sugar mannose. Skin is instantly dewy-fresh, feels comfortable, stays hydrated for up to 48 hours and are as reinforced even under climate variations, stress, or pollution.

Efficacy
Rehydrated skin, natural, plumped, tonic and glowing with health. Aqualia Thermal Rehydrating Light Cream has been tested on 52 women during one month:

- Instantly: Skin feels well-nourished for 92% of women.
- After one month: Skin smoothness improves (5%), dry lines are reduced (-11%) and seems well-moisturized for 100% of women.
- Decrease pollution adherence.

Efficacy clinically proven by dermatologists for a healthy-looking skin, after one month of use:

- 11% Dry lines
- +5% Smoothness
- Skin softness approved by 94% of women*
- Skin moisture approved by 100% of women*
*consumer test - 52 women - 28 days

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Rehydrating Cream - Light. Normal to Combination Skin Review

Vichy has always been a skincare brand that I know, love, and trust. I have used Vichy Aqualia Thermal before and it's still one of my top favourites. The Aqualia Thermal Light Cream has a thin, gel-like, water-based texture and consistency. The scent is light with a faint sweet note - nothing overpowering, doesn't linger for long. It's lightweight and absorbed into the skin instantly. Overall, after a few weeks of use, Vichy Aqualia Thermal Light Cream kept my skin looking and feeling fresh, hydrated, smooth and well-moisturized.

What are your thoughts on Vichy Aqualia Thermal cream? Have you tried any products by Vichy? What do you look for in a moisturizer?

Disclaimer: Products complimentary from Influenster for review purposes. Views expressed are honest and of my own.




2 comments :

  1. Omg we literally have the exact same name! Wild! hahah

    I tried the Vichy Light Cream as well from Influenster and found that it left a tacky feel! Glad that it didn't do that to you!

    xx
    Tina

    www.whatistinadoing.com

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    1. *High five* Hey girl hey!

      I'm sorry you didn't have a great experience with the Vichy Aqualia Thermal Light Cream. I had no problems, it absorbed into my skin quite well.

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