Saturday, 20 February 2016

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum - Reviewed!

I've been on a big serum kick recently. I love those, gel, liquidy ones that are really hydrating that still feel light on the skin. I use them in the evening or in the day if my skin is feeling extra dehydrated. I had been using some from Superdrug which worked really well but I had heard such good things about this range from Vichy that made me want to test it out. 
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum
The packaging is really nice and feels luxurious. The product comes in a blue glass bottle with a pump which gives an easy application. You get 30ml of products and you only need 1-2 pumps to cover the whole face. 
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum
The serum claims to be lightweight on the skin which is definitely is, as well as hydrating for up to 48 hours leaving the skin looking plumped whilst helping with dehydration. It contains hyaluronic acid in to help add moisture to the skin. When you apply the product onto the skin it feels cooling and my skin feels instantly softer and smooth. It sinks in quickly without feeling tacky on the skin. 
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Hydration Power Serum
I think this is one of the serums that would suit so many different skin types as it's light enough for oily skin whilst being hydrating on dry skin. It's perfect for dehydrated skin as it's not greasy or heavy whilst hydrating the skin. 


The fact you don't need a lot of product means the bottle will also last a few months. After using it for a couple of weeks my skin definitely hasn't felt dry and I haven't had that many dry patches; even with it being Winter.


It's not the cheapest serum but if your skin is feeling dehydrated and in need of hydration it works really well. Have you tried this serum? What is your favourite Vichy product?

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