Since the brand's creation, Vichy's promise has been to offer women of all ages products that combine safety with effectiveness for sensitive skin. We also apply this philosophy when selecting our ingredients. Our goal? To create powerful, effective formulations based around natural ingredients for healthy, vibrant skin.
At Vichy, we’re hypoallergenic or nothing.
As a French pharmacy brand, a Vichy skincare product is hypoallergenic. More than 2000 women each year test the tolerance of our products on their skin. And during these tests if a single reaction occurs, we return to the formulation stage. Since Vichy was created to meet a multitude of skin needs, we’re naturally committed to your skin’s tolerance and to minimizing potential allergy risk for every ingredient and therefore for the final formula.Read more
Vitamin C in skincare: 9 benefits for your skin
It’s not just about superfoods, vitamin C also makes for super skincare. Find out how anti-aging vitamin C can help your skin.Read more
How spirulina and charcoal can help you create the perfect hair detox
What benefits do spirulina and charcoal bring to hair? Find out what these two ingredients bring to the table for the perfect hair detox.Read more
Hyaluronic Acid: what is it and how does it benefit your skin?
Beyond hydration to anti-aging, everything you need to know about Hyaluronic Acid and the wonders it does for your skin. The benefits of nature’s exceptional moisturizing ingredient are about to go next-level.Read more
How skin cream targets collagen in an anti-aging routine
Made by skin, the secret to its firmness, yet in decline starting in our 20s, how to get lost collagen back is one of dermatology’s most progressive areas: dynamic ingredients now preserve and restore the protein for its anti-wrinkle, anti-aging benefits longer.Read more
What are skin peptides, and what can they do for your skin?
What are the benefits of skin peptides? Why they are a must have in your anti-aging routine? Discover how peptides, the latest beauty buzzword, can help skin aging.Read more
More than moisturizing, hyaluronic acid’s anti-ageing properties go next-level.
Why hydration’s powerhouse Hyaluronic Acid is also an anti-ageing gift to skin?
Hyaluronic Acid, the moisture-binding secret behind skin’s plumpness. Dermatology’s most effective hydrating ingredient. And the ingredient that just keeps delivering. New ways of diffusing it into skin, are pushing its benefits beyond moisturizing. Innovations in treatments and innovations in formulas are heightening the ingredient’s impact to plump out lines. From micro-needles of solidified Hyaluronic Acid to diffuse into the skin’s deeper layer to several forms of it combined for upped efficacy, welcome to Hyaluronic Acid’s next generation.
Peptides: meet the game-changing anti-ageing ingredient
Peptides are the new anti-ageing ingredients to look out for.
With retinol, antioxidants, AHAs and vitamin C all looming large on beauty ingredients lists, it might seem like there’s a new super-active every month. The latest buzzword in beauty is peptides, short chains of amino acids some of which are known for the power to re-start collagen’ production, slowing the ageing process. Here’s why it’s the anti-ageing active you need to know about.
Drink it, pop it, smooth it. Discover the various forms of collagen.
Marine collagen powder, collagen dermal filler, collagen beauty shot…in 2018, there are more options than ever of how to replenish the 1% collagen skin loses every year as it ages. There’s a sea of collagen waters, powders, pills and clinical injectables from different sources – from marine to bovine - to navigate.
Let’s break down the different options for the most vital skin protein of all.
Introducing the collagen diet.
Yes, you can eat your way to boost this vital skin protein.
Collagen, the essential skin protein. The invisible support structure keeping skin firm, plump and young from the inside-out and the outside-in. The protein whose decline is regulated like a timer. Every year, from our late twenties, skin will lose it at a rate of 1%* (1) since its production slows down. But this happens even faster if we over-eat foods that accelerate this natural 1% decline. To find out how much the foods that pass our lips impact the collagen in our skin, read on.