The Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is a product I first tried back in 2015 after getting a generous sample in my Birchbox February 2015 box. I can’t really remember what it was like as I’ve tried so many other skincare products since then, but I was grateful to be gifted the full size to give it a try and see what I thought. I featured the Caudalie Vinoperfect Dark Spot Correcting Glycolic Night Cream back on the blog in May and I absolutely love that night cream as it works as almost a face mask than a night cream, so I had high hopes for the Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum 30ml £46.
“A worldwide cult favourite, Vinoperfect Radiance Serum has captured the hearts of millions of women for its powerful anti-dark spot actions.
Both effective and natural, this anti-dark spot serum contains our patented Viniferine that is 62 times more effective than Vitamin C at boosting radiance and evening the complexion.
Suitable for all skin types, it works to reduce the appearance of dark spots, including pregnancy mask, acne marks, sun pigmentation and age-related dark spots, and prevents them from reappearing.
Its refreshing and subtle fragrance combines notes of citrus blossom, orange tree leaves, watermelon and mint.“
Just like the rest of the Caudalie range, the Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum is beautifully packaged within a clear glass bottle with a glass pipette for easily application.
The serum has a milky, viscous consistency which is easy to spread over the skin and can be used both morning and night to the face, neck and decollete before applying your moisturiser.
Caudalie also recommend applying the serum underneath your sun cream to help promote a flawless and even tan.
Overall I have liked having the Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum back in my skincare collection but it’s not something that’s wowed me this time around which I think may be down to the fact I have a number of serums I absolutely love.
This is an extremely popular product and is loved by many and I do definitely enjoy using it, but I just haven’t seen any noticeable effects visually, and only really seen an improvement in how soft my skin feels but I like that’s not something I’d pay £46 for.
I think it might also be because of how massively wowed I was with the Dark Spot Correcting Glycolic Night Cream as it gave me visual improvements to my discolouration and acne scarring, as well as intensely hydrating my skin and I can’t stop recommending it to anyone that’ll listen.
I prefer my serums to offer a big hit of hydration as well as targeting pigmentation and any uneven tone of the skin.
The Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum undoubtedly works well for any age spots, and it has a gentle formula suitable for sensitive skin which might be perfect for you if you find vitamin C based formulas to be a little too harsh for your skin, and a little goes a long way so you can make the 30ml go far which is always a bonus.