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Regulate melanin and boost skin radiance with optimum ingredients

In severely polluted environments, the skin is exposed to harmful elements and this sends melanin production into overdrive. Here’s how to get the glow back to your face.

Regulate melanin and boost skin radiance with optimum ingredients

Environmental warning on skin

In 2015, Beijing experienced 179 days of intense pollution. Melanin is mainly manufactured as a protective pigment against UV radiation, but when there’s an excess of oxidative stress and / or pollution, this phenomenon can lead to inflammation responsible for a stimulation of pigmentation. As a result, your skin can lose its glow and become dull.

3 active ingredients for a brilliant, uncompromised result

To regulate this pigmentation disorder, Vichy has developed a night skincare cream / sleeping mask, formulated to actively combat melanin overproduction factors while you sleep. Application after application, night after night, dark spots are reduced and your skin's glow returns.

A night cream with three powerful ingredients:

- Phe-resorcinol acts directly on melanin production. - Niacinamide (Vitamin B3 derivative) reduces the transfer of melanin to keratinocytes thus limiting the appearance of new dark spots. - LHA accelerates the peeling of the skin to expel dead cells. An advanced formula supplemented with antioxidant Vitamin E and Vichy Mineralizing Water that strengthens skin against external aggressions. Beauty bonus: Aquabioryl, an active ingredient that protects the skin from dehydration.

Proof of whitening effectiveness and glow

Routine tests on the Vichy Ideal White skincare regime were conducted with 75 women in Beijing, 2015. After 4 weeks of use, pigmented spots decreased and skin tone gained clarity. For all the testers, the skin tone was at least one degree lighter.

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Many acne sufferers believe that the sun has a positive effect on the quality of their skin. But how much truth is there in this? We look at whether or not the sun can improve the condition of acne-prone skin, and how we can also effectively protect it from UV damage.

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Did you know your body actually produces hyaluronic acid?


Did you know your body actually produces hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is used as an ingredient in skincare products due to its "unique capacity in retaining water." But did you know that it is also naturally produced by our bodies? Here, we explain the relationship between hyaluronic acid, cutaneous aging and how to improve skin quality through topical application.

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