Vichy Thermal Spa Water

Review for Vichy Thermal Spa Water

I’m really excited about this post and it is about Vichy’s Thermal Spa Water! The Vichy Thermal Spa Water is now on sale at Watsons. For price and more information check out here. There are many similar kinds of ‘thermal water spray’ some include La Rosche Posay and Avene. I will try all of them and do a comparison posts some time later. 

Product Description:
Vichy Thermal Water is 100% pure and naturally rich with 15 rare minerals. It is clinically proven to have health benefits for your skin: regenerating, antioxidant, soothing and protective. Recommended for sensitive skin.
Mineral Richness
- A miracle of nature, naturally rich with 15 regenerating minerals + antioxidants, essential to skin’s health
- So unique, it cannot be reproduced by science. So powerful, it can reset your skin's health

- Soothes + reinforces skin's natural barrier function. Its antioxidant properties help the skin fight the signs of aging
- Protected and fortified, skin is more resistant to environmental aggressions.

Dermatological Standards:
-Tested by dermatologists.


It is super refreshing, does not contain any fragrance or smell. The texture is literally like water. I tried to taste it (yikes) and it didn’t taste like anything. The solution did not sting my eyes at all. 

I always thought to myself, why are people spending so much on just water? But really you have to try it to know the goodness.

What I love about this product is the results it gives. The first time I sprayed it on, *ghetto snap* I’m hooked. My face instantly looks so hydrated. You know how your skin looks like after 30 minutes of facial mask on? This can achieve similar hydration in one spray. After using it consistently for barely a week, I notice that me face is smoother and more radiant

I usually get redness on my cheeks, forehead and chin basically where I get my acne and this stuff takes away the redness so instantly. 

I was skeptical at first, I mean how much can water do to my face?  It isn’t cheap, a 150ml bottle of it cost SGD$20 and the solution is literally, pure water. But do give it a try if you suffer from redness or itchiness. 

Sounds like miracle water? Not really, as great as it sounds, there are cons too. 


The thermal spa water spray is not going to combat against acne at all. So don’t expect it to be any sort of acne treatment. It is purely hydrating the skin with minerals, reducing redness. I did find it to calm my zits down a little, reducing the surrounding redness but the zit is still there. 

The price is also a con. This stuff isn’t cheap the 50g or 50ml (1.69 FL OZ) bottle costs SGD$9.90 at Watsons and I believe the larger bottle 150g or 150ml (5 FL OZ) costs around SGD$19.90. Please do inform me if there are any places that sell this cheaper. I’m not sure if you can get this online as it comes in those aerosol cans and you guys know how strict Singapore regulations are. I heard many reviews said that it leaks too, so it is not recommended. 

The spray on the bottle does bother me a little. I wish the mists come out finer and the button is a bit flimsy. The Avene Thermal Spring Water on the other hand, gives a finer spray.

 How I use it:

I use this every morning and night after my toner to let the minerals absorb into my skin better. Sometimes I use it when my face looks too ‘done’ or cakey to achieve a dewier finish.

Yadda Yadda: 

I paid SGD$9.90 for the small bottle and _. Will I repurchase? Yes, definitely I will repurchase. This is a Holy Grail product for me, it works wonders and I highly recommend you guys to check it out. Any other facial mists you guys love?

Packaging: 4.5/5 (-0.5 for the spray)
Price: 4.5/5 (For me it is worth the price)
Effectiveness: 5/5
Overall rating: 5/5



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