I've previously reviewed the Dynamic Hydration Serum and Rich Cream and liked the two products - in fact, the Rich Cream is part of my current daily arsenal as my go-to moisturizer, and I'm probably nearly half-done with it. So naturally, I was excited to take a look at the Sleeping Mask! According to Vichy's website, you're supposed to apply a thick layer into your face, let it sink in for 10-15 minutes, and then either massage in the excess or tissue it off. I will be the first to admit I'm super lazy and am horrible at adhering to these types of routines - I just apply generously, but not so much that there is excess, and then go to bed.
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Night Spa Sleeping Mask: Claims to hydrate and sooth the skin while you sleep
And of course, what better place to start the review than the ingredients list? Fortunately, the Vichy Night Spa doesn't have a very long ingredients list, so if you're worried, this won't take long!