Caudalie wants to make sure your skin gets enough water, organic grape water, that is. Nutritive and hydrating, grape water is the star ingredient in the new Vinosource range, a moisturizing line that offers a product for multiple skin types, from extremely dry to combination.
Quite different from grape juice, grape water is derived using a low pressure and low temperature distilling process to extract the purest water from grapes – rich with trace elements and nourishing sugars.
The hero of the Vinosource line is S.O.S. Thirst Quenching Serum ($48), an ultra light to the touch surge of moisture that can be used alone or under your regular moisturizer or treatment product. Its delightf
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With Thanksgiving right around the corner (yikes!), seasonal skin care solutions are top of mind. Caudalie’s Vinosource Quenching Sorbet-Crème fits the bill.
While I often struggle with oily skin in the summer months, as the weather gets colder, the sensitive skin on my face typically dries out and doesn’t respond well to moisturizers.
Recently, I’ve been using Caudalie’s Vinosource Quenching Sorbet-Crème with my usual skincare regimen. Marketed for use on dehydrated and sensitive skin, I find the Sorbet-Crème keeps my face soft without making it greasy; I try not to use too much, and a dime-sized amount of the product in the palm of my hand is enough to keep my skin soot
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