Caudalie‘s Vinopure range targets hyperpigmentation and consists of the Concentrated Brightening Essence, the Vinoperfect Radiance Serum, the Vinoperfect Radiance Moisturizer SPF20, the Vinoperfect Radiance Tinted Moisturizer and the Vinoperfect Dark Spot Correcting Glycolic Night Cream.
Caudalie Vinoperfect Concentrated Brightening Essence (€29,90/150ml) & Vinoperfect Radiance Serum (€49,30/30ml)
I’ve been using the serum for many years now and since the essence was launched, I’m constantly re-buying it because it makes a powerful combo with the serum.
Both products are super efficient from the very first use, they have light formulas which suit any types of skin (even sensitive ones), a little goes a very long way with both the essence and the serum and their prices are affordable. If you want smooth, bright and toned out skin, I really recommend the Vinoperfect Concentrated Brightening Essence (€29,90/150ml) together with the Vinoperfect Radiance Serum (€49,30/30ml).
I’ve also used their original night cream from this range which was initially housed in a tube and which was revamped. Instead of the tube, the product is now housed in a glass pot and has a few improvements in the ingredients list. It’s been marketed as a new product, but it’s basically the same face cream in a new packaging (Caudalie is doing this revamping a lot lately, another example is the VINE[ACTIV] range which is the revamped Poliphenol[C15] range, reviewed here).
Caudalie Vinoperfect Dark Spot Correcting Glycolic Night Cream (€35,20/50ml)
This product has a very thick, dense formula and you only need a pea-like amount for face and neck area. It is a great night treatment and I use it in combination with the essence and serum in order to take advantage of the full effects of this range.
I wake up with super radiant, plump skin, fine lines are smoothed out, pores look less visible.
I really recommend this night cream for 30+ dry, very dry, sensitive and combination skin. It’s way too rich for oily skin, in my opinion.
I don’t know if this treatment (essence+serum+night cream) really works in cases of very dark and big areas of hyperpigmentation because I have just a few dark spots which are hardly visible, even during summer.