Caudalie Vinosource Skincare Press & Review

Following a month of traveling and the amount of skincare I have to use at the moment, I've put off doing this blog post for a while as I wanted to give myself some time to use the other products that I've had in my skincare stash. I've seriously had to hold off, because trying out new skincare is probably one of my favorite things to do. 

A few months ago french skincare brand Caudalie, released their new Vinosource range which uses organic grape water as one of its main ingredients. 

It as been scientifically proven for its hydrating and soothing efficacy so it makes sense to create a line based on this ingredient.

I was always an avid Caudalie Beauty Elixir lover so I was excited to try their new skincare bits having made my way to London for their press event. We were given an array of products from their range to try out, and I've just recently got to trial them out. 

Caudalie Grape Water £6 
I'd heard much about this Grape Water from Caudalie so I was most exited to give it a go. It's one of the brands best-selling cult products around the world for a reason as it's a moisturizing ally for all skin types. The mist soothes, refreshes and moisturizers, and is instantly absorbed into the skin so no blotting is needed. It's perfect in your hand bag or by your desk, making you feel a bit more refreshed.

Caudalie Moisture Recovery Cream £23 
One of the two very hydrating formulas of the range. With grape and borage oil, it is very soothing and hydrating without feeling like to much for every day use. This one I tend to use before applying makeup, and the Rescue cream I prefer to use at night.

Caudalie Riche Intense Moisture Rescue Cream £23 
This enveloping cream nourishes deep-down and is really the most nourishing and hydrating of the range. I'm a fan of really thick formulas, so this one has been in constant use for me. I'd say its most definitely suitable for those of you who have dry to normal skin. It's main ingredients are grape oil, and Shea butter so you can imagine the texture of it- very hydrating!

Caudalie Moisturizing Mattifying Fluid £23 
If I'm honest, this one I wasn't very excited to try because I don't tend to opt for a matte look, and like a bit of oil to shine through. I did give this product a go, and It works really good at keeping your oils at bay if you have very oily skin, whilst still providing hydration. I don't tend to use this one however because my skin isn't on the oily side so It would be great for those of you who do. 

Caudalie Moisturizing Sorbet £23 
This gel-cream turns into a patch of water on contact with the skin. It soothes, moisturizers and strengthens. It really does blend in the skin wonderfully and feels much more refreshing to the rest of the range. My Skin requires a lot of hydrating at times so I only use this if m skin is being particularly good. If you have quite oily skin already, this would be beautiful. 

Out of all of the range, the Rescue Cream is definite favourite of mine. 

What have you tried from Caudalie and love?  








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