Caudalie’s Vinoperfect Radiance Tinted Moisturiser is absolutely spot on for those who like a light-feeling base that also gives light, but perfecting coverage. For my personal taste, they’re a little too light in pigment but anyone that just needs ‘something’ but doesn’t want the whole covered look, it’s really a good find.
There are two shades – 01 is lightest and 02 is darker – more of a bonne mine tint really. These two tinted moisturisers fall within the Vinoperfect range because they’re also treatment – for pigmentation.
If we’re to believe our sisters in France, it works, topping the best selling anti-dark spot solution charts since 2008 over there. Personally, I am happy with my pigmentation marks – but maybe I’m just not at a stage where they bother me – one day they might. But, if they’re your skin bug-bear you might want to take a look at the Caudalie Tinted Moisturiser (SPF20) which also tackles skin redness. It’s also oil free so a good option for oil prone skin. You can find it HERE for £27.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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