November 11, 2015


I am so excited to finally be reviewing Vichy's Idealia Skin Sleep c/o (£26.50). Sleeping masks seem to be the new thing in the beauty world and be prepared to see more coming your way and this is Vichy's answer to the new craze. Labeled as 'skin sleep', Vichy suggest that this pot of a light weight gel like texture is like sleep for your skin. Aimed to fight all the signs of dullness, which is usually caused by lack of sleep, this cream helps to awaken your skin no matter how many hours of shut eye you managed to fit in!

I have always struggled to find a really great night time moisturiser and choosing a tasty treatment oil over a moisturiser usually suits my skin. However as the winter months draw in, my skin has been after more moisture than ever. Sign of getting older i think so this gel texture seemed perfect for me. Layered on top of my usual skincare, I like to use this cream daily if possible and certainly after a late night out. 

The gel itself is full of skin loving ingredients that are perfect if you are like me and worried about early signs of ageing. Hyaluronic acid is used to help plump and hydrate, Vitamin B3 helps protect your skin's defence barrier, whilst Caffeine stimulates your skins circulation and gives your complexion a boost!

I really loved this product as soon as I used it. Sometimes with creamy heavy moisturisers you can wake up feeling greasy, where as this gel balm texture is so light, your skin absorbs it almost instantly even if at the start it feels just a little bit oily that all disappears in no time. As for the affects, for me they were almost instant especially in dullness. Mixed with my other skincare I feel that this product gives my skin a real boost in the morning, no matter what time I went to bed. I would go as far to say, this moisturiser might just be enough to kick all the others off my shelf!

Have you tried Vichy Idealia Skin Sleep?

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox


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