Vinosource is all about the power of the grape and each product is infused with grape water, chamomile and grape-seed polyphenols. There are four different moisturisers, each targeted at a different skin type and skin need.
The Moisturising Sorbet gives a good amount of hydration in a lightweight, gel texture and sinks into dehydrated skin like a dream. It’s a cooling, quenching treat for anyone with sensitive or stressed out skin that won’t overload it and in my eyes, makes the perfect summer moisturiser. Perfect for when you want something that little bit lighter.
For oilier skins, the Moisturising Mattifiying Fluid helps to balance out oily bits, while adding moisture in all the right places. It has a very light texture, so don’t be scared away if you worry about moisturisers making you more oily than normal
There are two products aimed at drier skins: Moisture Recovery Cream (for dry skin) and Intense Moisture Rescue Cream (for very dry skin). The consistency of these is that bit thicker, and they definitely pack a punch in terms of hydration. At the moment I’m using the Moisture Recovery Cream as a night cream, which works really well for my dehydrated, but slightly combination skin, although it would work nicely day and night if you’re a bit more parched than me. I’d avoid the Rescue Cream unless you’re SUPER dry as it really is very rich – if you’re near a Caudalie stockist, it might be worth testing a few out on your arms to see which feels like the best fit.
Like all Caudalie products, these are all free from parabens, mineral oils and SLS. Each moisturiser is £23 for a 40ml tube and can be found at Caudalie stockists nationwide.
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