Well hello there! Did you miss me? If you follow me on twitter, then you would know that posts would have been paused. Anyway, I’m back and with a skincare post. I haven’t done one of these in a while, so thought I would share my new in from Caudalie.
New in from Caudalie
If you’ve been following me for some time you would know that I am a big fan of the Caudalie brand. To me, it’s great skincare that’s luxurious and affordable.
A few weeks ago, I went to an event at their Monmouth Street shop and was introduced to a few new products. Plus, a few hacks that I didn’t know about.
I have dry lips! There I have said it! It’s annoying especially as I have been drinking a lot of water and it hasn’t really helped. However, this lip balm has been helping me to combat the ashy lip effect.
It’s rich nourishing texture isn’t too greasy and sinks into my lips, giving it a lasting effect.
Premier Cru The Eye Cream
A mouthful I know but, this stuff works! At the event, I was a guinea pig and I noticed a difference on my under eyes straight away. No, it didn’t make the dark circles magically disappear because then we would be in Harry Potter land. What it did do, was to moisturise the under eye area and gave a lifted appearance.
Needless to say, I got a few samples to trial over time. If you’re getting this, it will set you back £49 but a little goes a long way!
Premier Cru The Cream
This is the facial moisturiser to complement the eye cream and this was by far my favourite of the evening. First off the cream is not too greasy and sinks into your skin. Secondly, you are left with this radiant sheen that looks like you’re glowing from within. Who doesn’t want that!
A hack is to put a bit for the cream into your hands, spray some of the Caudalie Beauty Elixir and apply to your face. You will look like someone has lit a light bulb under your skin, minus the grease! It will set you back £92.50 for 50 ml.
Hand and Nail Cream
I will mention this hand cream but also say that I can’t find it on their website. It’s the Rose des Vignes hand and nail cream. Again this melts into the skin and unlike the face moisturiser in the same range, I love the scent. My hands are not ashy, greasy or too smelly! A winner if you ask me.
Although this isn’t new to me (here) I wanted to mention some of it’s many uses. This is a multipurpose oil and you really can use it many ways. For starters, if your body lotion needs a bit of a boost, add a bit of the divine oil to it. Secondly, it’s great for adding a bit of shine to the tips of your hair. Cuticles looking a bit crusty? It can help with that too!
These are my new in from Caudalie post. Do you have a favourite Caudalie product? Have you tried the Premier Cru range? Let me know in the comments below. Also what other lifestyle posts would you like me to write about? I’m all eyes and ears.
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Until next time, be well!