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Review: Caudalíe Vinosource S.O.S. Thirst-Quenching Serum

by Dilara on October 30, 2012

in anti-aging,product reviews,skincare

Now that cooler months are upon us, skin hydration suddenly becomes top of mind, especially for your face. One of the best ways to add extra hydration is to incorporate a serum into your skin routine, and Caudalíe Vinosource S.O.S. Thirst-Quenching Serum is a great product to get the job done.

Caudalíe Vinosource S.O.S is an oil-free serum that packs a hydrating punch to parched skin. I was expecting something heavy and thick, but this product is very thin; it has the viscosity of milk. The main ingredient is grape water, which is known for reactivating skin’s hydration mechanisms and replenishing water reserves in your skin. It is extremely gentle and light—you will not know it is even there!

Because of the texture, I’ll admit I was extremely skeptical. After using it a few times, I noticed my skin was feeling supple and my driest areas weren’t flaking like they normally do. I layered it under my face lotion and could not even notice it was there—no residue, no grease, no heavy feeling to my skin.

Caudalíe even conducted some tests on their own, and they boast that this product will increase your skin’s hydration by 127%, and decrease skin sensitivity by 61%. While I can’t put exact numbers to it, I can say my skin felt more hydrated than it has in a long time. I used it twice a day (morning and night) to maximize results.

Besides being a very effective product, I’d like to point out their commitment to not testing on animals, as well as their avoidance of potentially harmful ingredients like parabens, sulfates and phthalates.

Bottom Line…

Skin-quenching hydrator that you won’t even notice!

Price & Availability…

$48—sephora.com, nordstrom.com

An editorial sample was provided by the company and evaluated to determine our opinion of the product in this post. Please see the Disclosures page for further information regarding our policies for using editorial samples.

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