Micro-crack defects in concrete can affect the Chloride ion permeability of concrete in a certain extent. In the paper, the splitting experiments of concrete specimens from the four different dimensions are carried out in order to build the even damage fields. The displacements of the concrete specimens’ surface are analyzed through DSCM (Digital Speckle Correlation Method). Therefore damage parameters are determined that are damage area based on the MCOD (Micro-Crack Opening Displacement) and damage variable DE based on the weighting-damping elastic modulus. At the same time, Clˉ permeation of concrete specimens before and after the splitting test are studied by NEL method, and Clˉ diffusion coefficients D are recorded in detail. Further relationships between damage parameters and diffusion coefficients of Clˉ are discussed.