Vichy Normaderm Unclogging Exfoliating Gel / Daily Exfoliating Cleansing Gel

Vichy Normaderm line is quite large, however I must admit that this product is my favourite by far. Vichy’s Normaderm Unclogging Exfoliating Gel – you may find it under the name Daily Exfoliating Cleansing Gel (the same ingredients and packaging, different name). A perfect product for those who are looking for exfoliating action with optimal yet gentle efficiency.

What they say at Vichy?
Daily Exfoliating Cleansing Gel for sensitive skin is suitable for men and women of all ages with normal and combination to oily skin, who want to smooth their skin’s texture while removing dead cells from its surface. Skin is smoothed, feels healthier and softer. Mechanical exfoliation through micro-beads eliminate dead cells. The herbal and floral fragrance wakes up your skin each time it is applied. It unclogs pores and refines the skin texture. Use it 2 to 3 times a week – massage onto damp face and rinse off with clear water. Also suitable for acne prone skin. No soap, no paraben, no alcohol.

What do I say?
Normaderm Daily Exfoliating Cleansing Gel works wonders on combination to oily skin (my sisters), however it’s amazing for those who have normal (or even a bit dried out) skin. I use it once or twice a week and the best effect is seen on my nose where I have a few clogged pores (I don’t have a mayor issue, but they can be seen if you take a really close look). It doesn’t irritate my skin and the micro-beads don’t feel to robust (it doesn’t scratch like some exfoliating products do). The result is super soft and smooth skin (as promised). It doesn’t dry out your skin, however a proper moisturising cream afterwards is a must. You don’t use it much, it smells amazing and it’s reasonably priced. Product worth trying out!

Ingredients: Water• Sodium Laureth Sulfate • Glycerin • Decyl Glucoside • Polyethylene • Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer • Isobutylparaben • Glycolic Acid • Zinc Sulfate • Green 3 • Methylparaben • Sodium Hydroxide • Yellow 10 • Phenoxyethanol • Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) • Jojoba Esters • Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate • Chromium Hydroxide Green • Propylparaben • Tetrasodium Edta • Hydrolyzed Algin • Dextran • Acetyl Hexapeptide-1 • Ethylparaben • Butylparaben • Fragrance

Price: around 12€ (125ml)



  1. Saturday November 16th, 2013 / 10:03 AM

    Hi dear, sounds like a great product!

  2. Saturday November 16th, 2013 / 10:11 AM

    Okay! I have. Dry skin! It might be better for my skiing right? Well nice review.
    I had no knowledge about this product until now.
    Thanx for sharing

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    • Sunday December 1st, 2013 / 03:21 PM

      I think you better not use that product if you have dry skin. I also have dry skin and was using this product for 6 months, and it took me almost a year to fix my skin. My whole face was peeling off when i stopped using it.

    • Monday December 2nd, 2013 / 03:14 PM

      The ingredients are not super drying. I have a normal to dry skin and it works great. I use it once or twice a week (currently only once a week or once a 14days) (I wash it quite quickly), because I have Philips VisaPure) and my skin looks nice. Ana Brezovscek – that really sounds awful.. :/

  3. Saturday November 16th, 2013 / 11:12 AM

    I should definitely think about getting this product if you say that the results are odlični.;) You may have only a few clogged pores but I have a bunch!:D I need to get my facial routine in order…

  4. Sunday November 17th, 2013 / 05:12 AM

    Seems like a good product!!
    Wanna try out this product since I got quite a lot of clogged pores in my nose areas (sadly) but hopefully I can find it in my country!!

  5. Sunday November 17th, 2013 / 03:45 PM

    It must be a great product. Vichy is a good brand 🙂

  6. Tuesday November 19th, 2013 / 09:57 PM

    I love Vichy products, this one sounds very good!

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