What you need to know about Caudalie Vinosource's power ingredient

What you need to know about Caudalie Vinosource's power ingredient

Mini but mighty

Text: Wei Yeen Loh

We're loving Caudalie Vinosource's ultra-soothing and moisturising properties (along with its snazzy pink packaging too!)

If dry and/or easily irritated skin is a never-ending beauty dilemma for you, we've got the right range of thirst-quenching products to boost your skin. Introducing Caudalie Vinosource, the latest all-pink line from the iconic French brand that promises to moisturize and soothe your skin with one power ingredient: the grape. This mini but mighty fruit has been used in Caudalie's bestselling Grape Water, but here's what this ingredient and the Vinosource range can really do to improve your skin:


1) Grapes used in Caudalie's products are mainly 100% organic Merlot and Muscat grapes that aren't farmed with GMOs or pesticides; hence preserving the grapes' natural balances.


2) Grape water's wealth of properties includes anti-oxidant polyphenols, polysaccharides, and minerals to saturate your skin's cells with water, and to maintain your skin barrier so that it's protected against pollutants and irritants.


3) The best part about Caudalie Vinosource range is that each grape-infused product is catered for all skin types: the gel-cream Moisturising Sorbet is made with chamomile, grape water and antioxidants to moisturise dehydrated skin; whereas the lightweight Mattifying Fluid has grape water and sebum-regulating Java tea leaf extracts and flax powder to reduce excess sebum instantly.


4) But if you need a richer cream for an instant boost of moisture, try the Recovery Cream that has nourishing grape and borage oils, antioxidants, and fortifying Vinolevure—Caudalie's patented ingredient extracted from the walls of wine yeast—to reinforce your skin's immune defences.

Caudalie Vinosource range is available at Caudalie Boutique Spa Bangsar Shopping Centre, Kens Apothecary Bangsar Village II and all Sephora stores nationwide.


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