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There are 14 muscles, which support eye movement and they need to work hard as on average, your eyes blink up to 10,000 times a day. Blinking keeps your corneas hydrated!

Why Treat your Eyes Differently?

Skin around the eyes need specific care compared to the rest of your body because the skin is thinner, more sensitive and fragile. Ensure to avoid your eye area when cleansing or moisturising your face – treat it with specific eye make-up removers, face & eyes cleansers, eye creams or gels and eye serums.

The eye area can be affected by puffiness, and dark circles, which make you look tired and older than you really are. It is also the area, which is affected first by wrinkles.

Regardless of your concern, for the eye area, VICHY is at hand to provide you with an eye care adapted to your skin. VICHY’s Here to Help!

AQUALIA THERMAL EYES helps reduce the appearance of dark circles and eye bags. It also smoothes dehydration lines and can be used by persons of all ages.

IDEALIA EYES corrects dark circles, and smoothes fine lines. It has a unique, soft silicone applicator for precise application.

LIFTACTIV EYE CREAM offers the best anti-ageing treatment for the delicate eye area, by reducing deep wrinkles, puffiness, and dark circles. It also combats loss of firmness around the eyes. An eye care cream for a 360ͦ anti-ageing correction of the eye contour!

LIFTACTIV SERUM 10 EYES AND LASHES uniquely boosts the eye area as well as your eyelashes. It fights wrinkles and illuminates the eyes to offer a youthful, wide-eyed look. When using this serum, your eye shadow and mascara actually stays longer!

NEOVADIOL LIPS & EYES fights all signs of ageing for women during and after menopause around the eyes and the lips. It treats these areas by tightening, plumping, and smoothing creases that are created by hormonal ageing.
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For more information or advice on any of these VICHY eye care products please email us on vichy@prohealth.com.mt

VICHY – FOR YOUR IDEAL EYE CONTOUR. Ask your pharmacist.