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Vichy Slow Âge Daily Fluid SPF25 Review

Tasmin Trump
ReallyRee Contributor

I love Vichy. To me it’s a high-end, high street brand; accessible and affordable that delivers results. I have avidly used products from their Idealia and Normaderm Range (I can highly recommend the Normaderm Night Detox).

Vichy Slow Âge

Vichy Slow Âge Daily Fluid

Vichy have just launched Slow Âge; a clinically proven probiotic skincare range that slows down the appearance of ageing. During 9 years of research Vichy found that 80% of the developing signs of ageing can be caused by lifestyle and environmental elements. Find it here

Vichy Slow Âge Ingredients

Vichy Slow Âge is formulated with three active ingredients:

  1. Baïcalin – a potent antioxidant derived from traditional Chinese medicine. This helps protect from daily aggressors.
  2. Probiotic-derived Bifidus – (yeah I thought of the yoghurt too). Reinforces the skin’s barrier against UV and pollution and other environmental stress.
  3. Vichy Thermal Spa water – found in most Vichy products; contains 15 minerals sourced from the volcanoes of Auvergne.

Vichy Slow Age also claims to give you a “beautiful velvety feel” which provides 24-hour hydration and providing you with broad spectrum UV protection and SPF 25.

They have three items in the range; Daily Fluid, Daily Cream and an Eye cream. I went for the Daily Fluid as this is what was recommended for combination skin (and can I add how great it is that they have adapted this range to suit different skin types).

The formula is very thin and glides on to the skin easily, a little really goes a long way. It doesn’t feel heavy on the skin, but I did feel like it left a very fine film behind. I typically wait about 20 minutes before applying my makeup.

Vichy Slow Âge

Vichy Slow Âge Texture

My overall thoughts: Don’t expect dramatic overnight results, this is very much a preventative skincare. However, I did find that my fine / dehydration lines around my eyes were reduced (my highlight tends to bunch up around here). I do think this is a great product, but I wasn’t a huge fan of the texture so I can’t see myself reaching for it. That being said if you find something in the range that suits you I don’t think you will be disappointed. Find Vichy Slow Age Moisturising Fluid here


Tazitea xo

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