Dehydration Is (Not) Coming | Vichy Aqualia Thermal Review
With summer coming to a screeching halt, it's time so switch skincare gears and lean towards products that aim to rehydrate and plump the skin. My skin is oily most of the time but can have its short spells of dehydration, especially in between seasons. For the last few months I have been testing out one of the new offerings from Vichy and I have loved it more and more with each use - the Aqualia Thermal Night Spa
It's a rehydrating mask that is meant to be used at night time, as needed. It has a light gel-creme texture that sinks into the skin quickly and leaves it plump and hydrated by the time you wake up. I use this on top of Indeed Labs
on nights where I want an extra kick of moisture and the two are absolutely
If you have ever used Chanel's Hydramax / Hydra Beauty Gel Cream, the texture is identical and the price is less than half, with similar results.
It's the perfect hydrating pick-me up for girls with oily/combination skin that want to combat the grease but keep the dehydration at bay at the same time. I use it about twice a week. If you're in Canada you can find Vichy products at your local Shoppers Drug Mart or Rexall, amongst other drug stores. It is not out in the United States yet - but you can explore and shop the rest of the Aqualia Thermal range at http://vichy.ca or http://www.vichyusa.com.