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Vichy India - Upto 40% off Sale


For those of who use or wanna try Vichy products, here is a great news. They are having a sale of upto 40% off on certain products.
I don’t know if this offer is available at retail stores but it can be availed on ordering through their site http://www.vichyindia.com/ProdCat.aspx?prdSubCat=72
They are also offering free shipping on the products
Offer is valid till stocks last & all packs are 40 ml in size.
1.Aqualia Thermal: Rs. 750/-  (For the 1st time, Vichy Thermal Spa Water and intense hydrating Activ HyaluronineTM/MC are encapsulated to improve their diffusion on the Epidermis. The skin feels replenished with water, as if hydrated by misting microsprays.)

2.Normaderm: Rs. 650/- (Treatment Anti-imperfection Hydrating Care (Day)


3. Neovadiol GF: Rs. 990/- (NeOvadiol Intensive Densifying Care (DAY) Pro-Xylane, a new densifying molecule "winner of the 2007 Marie-Claire AWARD", reinforces the Soya Phyto Complex to redensify the skin. Isobioline helps to rebuild skin's support zones.)

4. Lifactive CxP: Rs. 990/- (Reconstructing care Anti-wrinkle and firming)

5. NUTRILOGIE 2, Intensive Care for Very Dry Skin: Rs. 650/- for 50 ml Jar
Personally I have never tried anything Vichy so can’t really say anything about their efficiency or otherwise.
Those of you who have please share your reviews..


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  1. Hi Tanveer

    not sure if you get this particular Vichy Normaderm product in India or not, but here in Malaysia I have been using the Pore Resurfacing Essence for some months now and i swear my skin has never looked better. It has helped a lot with reducing clogged pores and the annoying blackheads on my nose. I think its the salicylic acid in it.

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  2. Hey Anon: Thanks for the product recommendation & the review.. Unfortunately you are right, this is not available here..

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