Monday, 11 July 2016

Radiance In A Bottle | Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

When it comes to testing skincare, there are some things I love to test and some that I'm a little more reluctant to try. However, one type of product that is firmly in the 'love' category is serums. I absolutely love testing serums, as I feel like a good serum can really transform your face. They come in all different formulations, that target a whole host of skin concerns and worries. The latest one that I've been testing, is Caudalie's Vinoperfect Radiance Serum*, which Caudalie have recently relaunched and I'm here to share my first impressions!

The Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is one of Caudalie's cult classics, targeting and correcting the appearance of dark spots, pigmentation, acne scars, sun damage and melasma. The serum is highly concentrated in Viniferine, which is exclusively patented by Caudalie. Like many of Caudalie's exclusive ingredients, Viniferine is found in the grapevine and it's unique properties make it 62 times more effective than Vitamin C. Therefore the Vinoperfect Radiance Serum provides exceptional anti-dark spot action and exceptional luminosity. Whilst I don't suffer with dark spots, I always crave extra luminosity, so it seemed like a fabulous product to test out! 

Normally the Vinoperfect Radiance Serum comes packaged in a glass bottle, with a handy pipet, but my little sample came in a tube. The serum is created with a light, oil free formula, which means it's immediately soaked into the skin, which is perfect for me when I'm in a rush in the morning. Straight after applying it leaves my skin feeling plump and hydrated, leaving a lovely base for makeup. It's lightly scented with notes of mint, caraway and galbanum, delivering a boost of freshness.

Whilst it's too early to test the lasting effects of the serum, I'm really impressed by the immediate results. The Vinoperfect Radiance Serum available in stores and online from Caudalie for £45.
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