I really wanted to do a little mini-review on the Vichy DermaBlend Correction Foundation as I’ve used it quite frequently but haven’t featured it. The shade I received is 25 Nude and is slightly too dark for my skin, especially when my body is self-tanned (now I use the NuTan patches). However, every time I’ve tried to take a before and after pic it doesn’t look quite as right as it does in real life. DermaBlend, Vichy’s award-winning range of camouflage make-up with added SPF, expertly covers all complexion flaws including redness, dark circles, uneven complexions, vitiligo and acne.

My skin is fairly even-toned and I tend to wear quite a light-weight foundation daily. In saying that this product is really, really good at hiding redness. I use it each and every time I have a treatment done that causes severe redness for a couple days afterwards like a peel or micro-needling or laser. Each and every time it’s felt comfortable to apply and masked the redness excellently. I for some reason am allergic to Heliocare and most therapists apply their Gel Colour after certain treatments in order for the patient to feel not too “exposed”. I always bring this tube along and ask them to apply it instead. It also contains an SPF 35 which is great for day-to-day use but after a treatment try to stick with at least SPF 50. So this plus a lightweight SPF.

It’s fairly reasonably priced at R335 and is exclusive to DISCHEM stores nationwide.

Disclosure Ranking: 2

3 Comments on VICHY DermaBlend Mini Review

  1. Candice
    May 9, 2018 at 12:31 pm (9 months ago)

    I’ve actually never used any VICHY products before.

    Candice | Natalya Amour

  2. Ella Harris
    July 26, 2018 at 7:29 am (6 months ago)

    I absolutely LOVE the Vichy DERMABLEND range. I use Vichy’s Minéral 89 as the perfect skin primer before applying, and it’s turned my make up routine into a dream! Vichy fanatic for life!! <3

  3. Vashnee Naicker
    July 26, 2018 at 7:31 am (6 months ago)

    This range is also great for covering dark under eye circles and pesky blemishes.


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