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Caudalie Vinoperfect

Introducing the Dream Team, and my new night routine, the Caudalie Vinoperfect nighttime trio. I received these three products early February and have been using constantly all month. Caudalie skincare is very popular and well loved, I couldn’t wait to get a really great feel for them and share my thoughts with all of you!

Caudalie Vinoperfect

The Caudalie Vinoperfect line includes the brand new Brightening Glycolic Night Cream ($75/Cdn), the best-selling Complexion Enhancing Radiance Serum ($89/Cdn), and the Concentrated Brightening Essence ($50/Cdn). Let’s go in order of use.

Caudalie Vinoperfect

I have never purchased an essence before. Truthfully, I wouldn’t know where to start, or what the purpose of it was. I received one from Shiseido years ago and couldn’t quite wrap my head around it. But I was willing to give this a try since it was part of the routine – that made more sense to me! The Caudalie Vinoperfect Concentrated Brightening Essence smells like heaven. It features their signature grape water, which I’ve heard a lot about, and was excited to experience. This Essence is lightweight, left my skin feeling clean, glowy and hydrated. I applied by pouring into my hands and gently dabbing to my face and neck. I now understand Essence waters! While it is an extra step, it’s kind of a fun one in my opinion, and I really enjoyed the experience. A 150ml bottle is available on the Caudalie site and Sephora for $50/Cdn.

Caudalie Vinoperfect

Serums! I love serums. I think in particular when they feature these droppers, it’s fun! The Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is a creamy white colour that brightens your skin, decreases dark spots, and as the name states, enhances radiance! It sinks into the skin nicely; sometimes serums can feel heavy, but this one is very light. This 30ml serum can be found at Caudalie.com and Sephora for $89/Cdn.

Caudalie Vinoperfect

Last, but certainly, not least is the Caudalie Vinoperfect Brightening Glycolic Night Cream. This product is brand new to Caudalie, launching back in January, and I’m sure it’ll turn into a best-seller for them! It promises to work while I sleep (perfect!) by boosting cell renewal, hydrating, plumping the skin, reducing dark spots, and even exfoliate dead skin (bonus!). The only thing I’d warn about this cream is, it’s extremely thick. So if that’s not your jam, steer clear of it. Fortunately for me, I looooove a thick cream in the winter. To me, it feels like it’s going to work all night long, and there’s nothing I love more than waking up and really feeling like your skin is hydrated. This cream feels super luxurious, and I’d highly recommend it. You can pick one up (50ml) for $75/Cdn at Caudalie and Sephora.

Final thoughts: I really enjoyed trying the Caudalie Vinoperfect line. It’s a brand I haven’t tried in the past, but have read about and seen all over Instagram, YouTube and Sephora. It is on the pricier side, but let’s remember, you get what you pay for. Caudalie is a brand that was born in Bordeaux, France in the early 90s, they know what they’re doing when it comes to skincare and it’s a luxury brand. If you’re going to pick just one of the products, I’d recommend the Brightening Glycolic Night Cream. It’s rich and luxurious and really made a difference in my skin this past month. February was brutally cold, and I really needed the extra boost of hydration that Caudalie Vinoperfect was able to give me. All in all, the line is awesome and it has my stamp of approval! I say OUI! to grapes. šŸ‡

Big thank you to Caudalie for sending this line to me!

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