Current Caudalie Loves

Back when I first starting immersing myself int he blogging world, the Caudalie Beauty Elixir was raved about to no end. If you aren't sure what the Elixir is, it is essentially a spray that you could use as a form of toner in your routine but isn't really marketed as that. It worked really well in bringing hydration back into your skin, and could be applied over makeup as well. Since then I never really ventured out into what else Caudalie has in their ever growing range of skincare products. Until I got the opportunity to try their Glycolic Peel and their Radiance Tinted Moisturiser and both garnering lovely results.
Since being in a new climate my skin has reacted badly to the adjustment. Not sure what is in the air here in england but my skin has seen better days. The Caudalie Glycolic Peel has helped tame my skin. I've never really tried a product like this before, but it essentially applied like a thick moustiersier and has to be left for ten minutes and then can be removed with water. After the first use I noticed immediate results. This rarely happens with a lot of the products I use, and generally it is a gradual process but I noticed my skin was looking more even, my pores were tightened and there was an all over radience to the skin. At $39.00 it is on the expensive side but really does work well for treating your skin once a week, so the product will last quite a while.

As of recently I've also tried to stop wearing foundation in my daily routine and have opted for something less noticeable on the skin. The Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Tinted Moisturiser has in its place become my new favourite product. I never thought I'd actually enjoy wearing something so light on the skin but I'm really trying to embrace all that is minimal and this tinted moistuiser does that, and covers slightly just where I need it to.It is oil free but does make the skin look radiant which is always good. 
What have you tried from Caudalie and Loved? 

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