Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil Review - Really Ree
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Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil Review

30 Apr 2015 (Updated: 5 May 2015)

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Now this is a very lovely and exciting new product from Vichy. It’s exciting because it’s a cleanser (and I am obsessed with cleansing) but also because it fuses 2 very big cleansing trends together – oils and micellar water. Interesting hey? Check out the new Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil.

Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil Review

So the whole Vichy Purete Thermale range, designed to combat the negative effects of pollution and hard water, has been repackaged and relaunched and there’s some exciting new additions to the range. I think this one is the most exciting.

Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil Features

  • Removes heavy make-up
  • Removes impurities, excess sebum & dead cells
  • Soothes, softens & hydrates
  • Lightweight, effective and non-greasy
  • Uses Camelia Oil & Vitamin C
  • Transforms into milk on contact with water
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Paraben free
Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil Review

It has a beautiful light texture that feels luxurious and silky on the skin. It is really lovely to use. The formula uses micelles, which gently melt away impurities and cleanse the skin. The addition of Camelia Oil means that the formula also moisturises and softens skin, and Vitamin E provides antioxidant protection.

If you are looking for a new cleanser with the skin conditioning benefits of oil, but with a super light texture, then I think Vichy Purete Thermale Cleansing Micellar Oil is a must-try. The RRP is £13.75 for 125ml but if you’re quick, you can snap it up from Escentual for £11.65. 




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