Vichy Neovadiol Phytosculpt Face and Neck Cream 50ml is a tightening and firming balm.
This balm is designed to tighten and firm menopausal and aging skin. Skinaround the face and neckline will feel smoother, firmer and with more defined contours. The balm instantly hydrates and is easily absorbed without leaving a greasy residue behind.
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Seems to be working
Only been using this product for a week and already I can see some difference. Smells lovely and rubs in easily.
Sold out most places
I read about this product in The Times Weekend Magazine as one of the best mid range products you could buy for your neck. it stated although we're all using our face creams on our necks, the skin is different and needs a little more care. Sure enough it seems to be sold out most places and took a little longer to arrive because it was over subscribed but it was worth the wait. The packaging is a little disappointing, I was hoping for something as smart and luxurious as Vichy's Mineral 89 Hyaluronic Acid Serum Booster (also reviewed by me on here) but it is the only thing that is disappointing. I've been using it day and night for the last few days and I'm really pleased with how my face, neck and décolletage are all looking. I've just turned 40 and wanted to boost the care I'm taking of my skin and think I'd probably neglected that area a bit (crazy when it's the first to age). I've been using this continuously from now on. It's quite thick and doesn't glide on in the way that serum does but it doesn't leave any residue and works excellently under make up (none of that balling up that some products do). I could do with a tip to know how much is the correct amount to apply but given the hole is so small to squeeze it out of the tube, I'm assuming a little goes a long way. Highly recommended.