Hormonall is not just a mission; it’s a movement for change. We envision a world where every girl, every woman* navigates their hormonal changes with knowledge and support.

Together for women’s wellbeing

Vichy Laboratoires co-created this platform with the charity Wellbeing of Women, and the Hormonall movement is supported by local partners.

Discover who they are and their commitments for women’s wellbeing.

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Our commitment

As skin health partner that studies the impact of hormones on skin and scalp, Vichy is committed to understanding the effect of hormones on women’s overall quality of life. Vichy has therefore taken on the mission to empower women at all stages of life through knowledge and support, beyond skin and scalp issues.

About Vichy Laboratoires

Vichy Laboratoires was founded in 1931 by Dr Haller, the first medical practitioner to lay the foundations of French dermo-cosmetics making the link between health and beauty. Since then, Vichy has been a brand grounded in science, recommended by 50,000 dermatologists worldwide, with a dermatological expertise that has been committed to one mission: the quest of skin’s health. At Vichy, we believe that health is vital, and starts with the skin. 'La santé passe aussi par la peau'. Today, Vichy’s mission is stronger than ever: to empower women and men, of different ages and phototypes and help them decode and anticipate their skin and scalp’s needs at every stage of life.

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About Wellbeing of Women

Led by women's voices, Wellbeing of Women saves and changes the lives of women, girls and babies through research, education, and advocacy. Wellbeing of Women is the only UK charity funding all of women's reproductive and gynaecological health. Wellbeing of Women has helped drive forward key innovations in women's health, including:

  • The use of ultrasound in pregnancy
  • Discovering the benefits of folic acid in pregnancy
  • Linking HPV and cervical cancer leading to global screening and vaccination programmes
  • New laser treatments for gynaecological cancers
  • The first potential non-hormonal, non-surgical treatment for endometriosis

In addition, our public campaigns such as Just a Period have reached millions, encouraging better education and support for women’s health in society.

Learn more about the charity Wellbeing of Women and its work on www.wellbeingofwomen.org.uk

*The terms “girl” and “woman” will be used in this website. However, it is essential to acknowledge that people of all genders who go through hormonal transition might experience the changes described, or need the knowledge and advice provided here. For more information refer to a health care professional.

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