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Reviewing my French beauty buys: Caudalíe Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

Paris Beauty Buys - 02Recently I went to Paris where I went a wee bit overboard on the beauty shopping. (If you missed that post, have a read here!) In that original post I mentioned that I’d review the items I bought, and today I wanted to review the Caudalíe Vinoperfect Radiance Serum. 

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It’s no secret that I’ve developed adult acne – after all I certainly don’t Photoshop it out of any of my pictures! (Though bright, natural sunshine and carefully applied makeup can do wonders to make a complexion appear clear…) And while I’m counting my blessings because the acne is finally starting to clear up, after the individual spots pass I am left with hyperpigmentation, which, quite frankly, sucks.

So when I heard about the Radiance Serum I figured I’d give it a go.

The Caudalíe Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is designed to correct and prevent dark spots, even skin tone and boost skin radiance. And you know what? After using this daily for a few weeks it has done exactly that. Even though that’s what it advertises, that is genuinely not something I was anticipating would happen in reality.

Now, by no means has the hyperpigmentation disappeared – being realistic I suspect that could take many months or years to happen, if at all – but it has lessened, and that’s something I appreciate. For now I’ll continue to apply this serum every morning under my moisturiser to let it continue to do it’s thing.

Have you tried the Caudalíe Radiance Serum?

What’s in it? 

INGREDIENTS : AQUA (WATER), BUTYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN*, SQUALANE*, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE*, CETEARETH-20, PALMITOYL GRAPEVINE SHOOT EXTRACT*, GLYCERYL STEARATE SE *, BISABOLOL*, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER, POTASSIUM SORBATE, XANTHAN GUM, CARBOMER, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, SODIUM PHYTATE** Plant origin

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  1. Pingback: Reviewing my French beauty buys: Caudalíe Vinosource Moisturizing Matifying Fluid | Call me Katie

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