WATER­WORKS

A HYDRAT INGSERUM UP­GRADE BY THE NUM­BERS :

ELLE (Canada) - - Beauty - CARLI WHITWELL

500 ML

The amount of wa­ter you lose through your skin ev­ery day, just go­ing about your life. This is known as transepi­der­mal wa­ter loss and can be ex­ac­er­bated by age, en­vi­ron­ment and what you eat and drink. Con­trary to the ad­vice of ev­ery celebrity and model ever, chug­ging from your S’well bot­tle won’t re­store the glow of de­hy­drated skin. (All that wa­ter goes into your cells, not your face.) French skin­care brand Vichy has re­vamped its Aqualia Ther­mal Re­hy­drat­ing Serum ($42.95) to help re­store and lock in that mois­ture.

97%

The per­cent­age of nat­u­ral (non-syn­thet­i­cally de­rived) in­gre­di­ents the serum con­tains, in­clud­ing the humec­tant (wa­ter-ab­sorb­ing) man­nose, an ex­tract from maple or beech trees.

15%

The per­cent­age of nat­u­ral ther­mal wa­ter. This is 50 per­cent more than in the orig­i­nal serum, which means 50 per­cent more of the plump­ing ben­e­fits of Vichy’s sig­na­ture min­eral-rich wa­ter sourced from the Au­vergne re­gion of France.

400

The ap­prox­i­mate num­ber of self­ies you will take when you re­al­ize your skin is sud­denly glowier than your high­lighter pal­ette.

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