AQUALIA THERMAL FACE SERUM + LIGHT CREAM---Review




   

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If you are someone who enjoys spending their free time reading about skincare on the internet, chances are you've probably heard of Vichy and their newest collection, Aqualia Thermal. Their approach to skincare is to produce natural and hydrating skincare products at reasonable prices. Other than the price point, I found that the ingredient list really contribute to the effectiveness of the product. The packaging really speaks to the overall hydrating factor as it is a vibrant aqua blue glass bottle (which is why i doused it in water for the photoshoot!). Thanks to Influenster, I got to try the Aqualia Thermal Hydrating Face Serum and Light Cream.

AQUALIA THERMAL HYDRATING FACE SERUM +  LIGHT CREAM


According to Vichy the face serum "replenishes water loss for dry skin. This serum helps target dry skin patches, and plump dehydration lines." The serum is also great for those with sensitive skin as it mostly contains natural ingredients (97% natural origins!) including hyaluronic acid, mineralizing water and plant mannose. The formulation of the serum is a clear color and it has a runny viscosity to it. By using just a bit of the product (one pump) my skin was able to absorb nicely  without it feeling too tight, oily or sticky. Like the serum,the creme is light and a refreshing scent.

Overall I'm really happy with the results! I'm going to continue using the serum and cream as part of my night time routine on days when my skin is overly dehydrated.My skin looks healthy, nourished and feels really soft, supple, firm and smooth. I would definitely consider purchasing the serum in the future but not so much the cream (as im not sure how it differs from the serum itself). 

MY SKIN TYPE: Oily, Combination
MY SKIN CONCERN:Acne, Hydration




Disclaimer: I received this product for free to test and review from Influenster, in their #VichyVoxbox however all opinions in this post are my own.




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via: www.marialaurafedi.com
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MARIALAURA FEDI  // www.marialaurafedi.com/
A new artist I discovered (thanks to Pinterest!) is a young illustrator and painter from Italy, Marialaura Fedi. I was drawn to her minimalist paintings of some very stylish women that range in skin tones, hair styles and fashion sense. Although the women she paints are faceless, their clothes, surroundings and poses exude confidence. You can find Marialaura's work on her  website and instagram or shop her prints here