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Review | Caudalie Vinopure: Serum + Oil-Control Moisturizer

The Vinopure range from Caudalie is intended for acne-prone or blemish-prone skin. In this post, I’ll share my opinion on Natural Salicylic Acid Pore Minimizing Serum and Oil-Control Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin.

Puedes leer aquí el artículo en español.

Natural Salicylic Acid Pore Minimizing Serum

The Salicylic Serum by Caudalie claims to reduce imperfections, unclog pores, and minimize their appearance, while also promising to refine skin texture. It can be used both day and night as it is not photosensitizing and contains 97% naturally sourced ingredients.

If your concerns revolve around dark spots and evening out skin tone, they recommend using the Vinoperfect serum.

Oil-Control Moisturizer for Acne Prone Skin

According to Caudalie, it is a refreshing fluid with long-lasting moisturizing action and anti-shine properties. It reduces imperfections such as pimples and blackheads, while refining skin texture. The skin is hydrated, matte, and healthy.

Review + Recommendation

I got a travel pack of these two products quite some time ago, but for reasons I don’t even know myself, I left the products forgotten in my drawer. Finally, I decided to give them a chance, and I couldn’t be happier with the results. My skin is combination, I don’t usually have pimples except during hormonal periods, but it’s true that in the chin area – right at the curve formed by my lower lip – I usually have skin with a certain texture.

To put this Caudalie combo to the test, I applied it once a day after washing my face, typically in my nighttime routine. And I noticed that those imperfections disappeared, and it really refined the texture of my skin. Additionally, I noticed it was softer and hydrated without shine. I like reviewing this type of product where you can appreciate, almost from the first use, the results they promise. I must highlight that the travel size lasted me quite a while because I needed very little quantity. The price is around $52 for the serum and $38 for the fluid.

A much more affordable product is the serum from Garnier, but it did nothing for the spots on my skin. I’m still searching and testing a product that gives me good results in this aspect. However, I loved its effect on the pimples. And for its price and results, I recommend it.

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