When you’ve been out bronzing for the day, there’s nothing quite like slathering on the after-sun for instant relief. However, with showering and beautifying to get through, the after-sun process can be somewhat of a nuisance at times.

 

Enter the latest addition to Vichy’s Ideal Soleil range – the Ideal Soleil After-Sun; the beloved brand’s first ever after-sun that can be used in-shower or on dry skin.

 

Easy to apply, with an instant cooling effect on the skin, Ideal Soleil After-Sun is a luxurious and no-hassle addition to this family-favourite range.

 

 

Women, men and children all over the world have come to rely on the Ideal Soleil range for their skin protection. With a protective formula adapted to suit your individual needs, the products are easy to apply, water-resistant and quickly absorbed.

 

And if you are a fan of the range, you will be delighted to hear that there’s a double-whammy of good news this week. As well as Ideal Soleil After-Sun, Vichy has launched the Ultra Melting Milk Gel in the same range.

 

Ideal Soleil Ultra Melting Milk Gel is the brand’s first hydrating gel protection – available in SPF 30 and 50 – and it boasts long UVA filters as well as a sumptuous velvety finish.

 

 

With summer just around the corner, the entire family’s sunshine skin routine is sorted!

 

Ideal Soleil Ultra Melting Milk Gel SPF 30 and SPF 50 is retailing at €19.50, while the Ideal Soleil After-Sun is on sale at €19.

 

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