Dr. Sonya Abdulla – Dermatologist, Toronto
Founded in 1931 by Dr. Prosper Haller, Vichy is a French brand committed to taking care of sensitive skin. We’ve led the way in skincare innovation for over 90 years.
Vichy’s formulas are developed with health professionals and their efficacy are tested under strict dermatological control. We are recommended by dermatologists worldwide.
THE SKIN HEALTH PARTNER THAT EMPOWERS WOMEN AT EVERY LIFE STAGE
All stages of life can visibly affect your skin. When you notice acne, wrinkles, loss of firmness, or any other skin concern related to your life events, our experts will have a solution. Our mission is to help you achieve a healthy skin through every challenges these life stage bring.
Our formulations are hypoallergenic, tested on sensitive skin and paraben-free
In addition, we work in close collaboration with a committee of dermatologists & allergy experts to assure the best formula safety.
Our factory follows hygiene standards which are on par with the pharmaceutical ones.
Tested on sensitive skin
Dermatologist recommended ingredients
A pioneer in dermo cosmetics
Dr. Haller discovered Vichy Volcanic Water at the beginning of the 20th century, when he became director of the Vichy Thermal Establishment. He was the first to have the idea of incorporating this rare water with therapeutic properties into cosmetic formulas. The VICHY brand was borne.
Always a pioneer, he drew on his medical training to develop new skincare rituals segmented by skin type, launched the first serum distributed in pharmacies and developed beauty advice guides for women.
Our Key Ingredient,
Vichy Volcanic water
Vichy Volcanic Water strengthens your skin’s natural defenses against the exposome or the cumulative effect of internal and external exposures on skin which can cause up to 80% of skin aging. Vichy’s proprietary ingredient, 15 Mineral-Rich Volcanic Water has natural antioxidant properties to further protect skin.
Our scientific Territory
The skin exposome is comprised of internal and external aggressors including UVA/UVB rays, temperature fluctuations, pollution, stress and diet that damage the skin barrier and cause up to 80% of all skin aging.Learn more