Caudalíe Vinoperfect Radiance Serum Review

While the full name, Caudalíe Vinoperfect Radiance Serum, might be a mouthful to say, this serum is worth the practice. This has been one of my trustee staple skincare products in recent months. 
The serum works in threefold: 
  • the removal of dark spots/patches
  • overall brightening
  • moisturising the skin

While the serum hasn’t removed the dark patch on my face (caused by hyperpigmentation), it has helpedreduce it. No doubt with prolonged use I will see even better results.

It’s particularly great for brightening and moisturising the face which helps on those days when the skin is looking rather dull from longs hours at the office or late nights out 😉
The instructions say to use it morning and night for best results. Have to admit I’ve been a bit lax in my bedtime usage…tut tut.
The serum is great for the warmer seasons as a replacement for moisturising creams as the texture is light and non-greasy. It soaks into the skin quickly and effortlessly and also smells quiet nice!
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The glass bottle contains 30ml and should last between 2 – 3 months depending on usage. The dropper design, while great for hygiene reasons, is a bit annoying to use when you get near to the bottom of the bottle.Key ingredients include:

  • Viniferine – patented by Caudalíe, it’s an extract from vine shoots that helps reduce the appearance of dark spots/patches and helps in brightening the skin.
  • Olive Squalance – extracted from olives, it puts the lost moisture back into the skin.
  • Alpha Bisabolol – plant extract with anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory properties, acts at soothing the skin.

Like all Caudalíe products, the serum is free from:

  • Parabens – chemicals that are used as preservatives
  • Phenoxyethanol – chemical preservative used in cosmetics as an alternative to parabens
  • Mineral oils – a byproduct of the distillation of gasoline from crude oil (eeeek) 
  • Artificial colourings 
  • Against animal testing

The only real downside would probably be the price, which ranges from £40 – £45 depending on where you purchase it. However, in terms of it’s effectiveness it’s well worth the £’s, especially since it lasts months!

I usually buy it online from Feel Unique as it’s the cheapest there and Beauty Expert (when they do their special discounts which is quiet often). Both companies also offer free postage & packaging.

If you wish to pick it up in store you can find it in SpaceNK – where you can also obtain samples.

So if you’re looking for brightereven and radiant skin go give the Caudalíe Radiance Serum a try!

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