What is the skin barrier and how you should take care of it in a COVID-19 context?
Skin is the interface between the body and the external environment and one of the main routes through which environmental factors and pathogens penetrate the body. The primary role of the skin is to serve as a barrier, protecting our body from potential assault from microorganisms, toxic substances and other external physical, chemical or organic factors. Providing your skin with enough hydration is key to protect it, especially while wearing a face mask or any type of face covering.Read more
The best skincare protocol to strengthen and protect the skin barrier during the COVID-19 period
A skin hydration routine during COVID-19 is essential to keep your skin fortified, hydrated and protected in order to both protect your skin and avoid skin issues induced by a COVID-19 environment (increased stress and mask usage).Read more
The Skincare Routine Approach You Should Opt for Acne during COVID-19
2020 has resulted in many changes and subsequent side effects, also for your skin. Due to daily mask usage, in addition to the general increase in stress and anxiety, acne during COVID-19 has become a common occurrence for many people. Here is how to improve the visible signs of acne and prevent COVID-linked acne breakouts and other covid acne mask reactions, such as irritations, rosacea, or perioral dermatitis.Read more
Maskne: discover what it is and our recommendations for your skin
If you have noticed a skin reaction after wearing a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic, rest assured that you are not the only one. While wearing a mask is essential to protect yourself and others, it is also crucial to protect the skin underneath it - discover the maskne solution you need.Read more
We make sensitive skin our daily challenge, not yours.
At Vichy, our products are developed for and tested on sensitive skin. To develop effective formulas, teams of experts work to screen ingredients that have high tolerance on even sensitive skin types.Read more
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
How Vichy selects its active ingredients: our commitment to your skin
Have you ever wondered how Vichy decides which active ingredients to use? How our formulation experts assess which are most effective and safe for skin? Here’s the inside track on our ingredient selection, driven by actives backed by strong clinical evidence and used in dermatology.Read more
Vichy skincare, why Made In France is our priority
From the day Dr. Haller first created a skincare range made with the mineralizing water of Vichy, the skincare that serves the world its French pharmacy brand expertise, is still made in one place.* Here in the Auvergne.Read more
Our unique heritage: the power of Vichy Mineralizing Water.
At the heart of Vichy’s history, is an 90 year-old discovery of the regenerating properties of Vichy Mineralizing Water.Read more
The seven choices Vichy makes for your skin.
Discover the formulation charter behind every Vichy product.Read more
How does menopause affect your skin? Loss of firmness, dry skin
How is menopause changing your skin?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
If thinning hair is a concern, or hair could do with a little more natural volume, scalp massages are often recommended. Aside from the relaxing factor, we explore if it really does boost hair growth.
Many women struggle with dry skin under the eyes. But what causes dryness, eye bags and dark circles in this sensitive area? We asked dermatologist Dr. Nina Roos to explain.
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.
“Replenishing” or “hydrating” skincare products: do you know the difference between these two commonly misunderstood concepts?
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.