Vichy Ideal, Ideal for Dry Weather Skin
It is no secret I love Ideal Body products, I already did a review on the Serum-Milk and Body Balm. I love them both so darn much. I have learned through these products to treat my body the same way I do my face, which is to use layers. On my face I'll use a serum and then a cream, same with my body now. By doing this I get skin that is more hydrated and feels incredibly soft. They both smell amazing (it is a clean smell I can't quite place) and feel great going on the skin (the serum-milk absorbs quickly and the balm is incredibly thick and rich). As if all of that wasn't enough, the formulas are packed full of amazing stuff you don't normally see in body care, such as Hyloronic-Acid and LHA.
New to me is Ideal Body Replumping Lip Balm. My lips get dry in the winter, cracked and capt dry. This thick formula that comes in a tube and glides on the skin smooth. It lingers for quite a while and because it in a tube you can apply a thicker amount and create a mask for night time or when you have cracks. With Shea Butter, Macadamia Nut Oil and Bees Wax in it has a bunch of lip loving ingredients in it. It is never greasy and seems to last a long time on my lips.
Vichy's Ideal Body Hand & Nail Cream provides moisture and nourishment like the other Ideal products, but with anti-dark spot and nail enriching ingredients too. A little goes a long way to help your hands feel hydrated. My only gruff is I wish the tube was bigger, but that is just me wanting more product.
This winter I have successfully fought off dry skin an lips thanks to these products from Vichy Ideal Body. I really can't complain one bit about any of them, they smell great and work so well for my dry skin. I find you don't need much of any of the products to see great results. My Body Balm has been with me over a year and is hardly dented, I just need a small swipe of it to get a great coating on even my most dry parts.
Have you tried any of the Vichy Ideal Body line of products yet?
* Products were sent from PR for review purposes, all views and opinions are my own.