Caudalie • Premieres Vendages moisturizing cream • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is the only moisturizer I use. It's good for day or night. It's lightweight and emollient. Absorbs well. Provides just the right amount of hydration without causing skin to have too much shine. Leaves skin feeling dewy and fresh. Will not cause breakouts. Soothing and excellent for sensitive skin. Does not contain parabens or synthetic ingredients. Does contain antioxidant-rich grape seed oil. Overall this is a great product. Love it!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
Caudalie is the only skincare line I've found not to irritate my skin. Their intense Moisture Rescue Cream is too heavy, the Sorbet is not rich enough (especially for dryer months) so I mix this with the Moisturizing Sorbet for a perfect and customizable level of moisture. The sorbet is also cucumber scented so it cuts down on the perfume scent, which can be overpowering. I've been using this blend with a Hyaluronic Acid serum for about 3 months straight and I'm pretty happy with it. This is not HG but as close as I've found.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
A cream that is nothing special,so there is not much to say about it. It moisturizes ok, has a nice smell, but after a while i noticed it was feeling a bit itchy after applying. I will not buy it again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Don't waste your money.
As a fan of Caudalie's skincare - and especially, of the Pulpe Vitaminee line, I was especially psyched to try out this cream. After debating between the VinoSource Quench Sorbet for dehydrated skin that had just been released at the time, and this, back in December of 2010, I decided to go with this offering. I had had a mini-facial and product demo by a local esthetician, and after some discussion with her, I decided to go with this product that she had also used.
I certainly don't think this is bad product, but it is certainly nothing outstanding. After using for 2 months, in conjuction with my usual (at the time) Caudalie Gentle Cleanser, and the Pulpe Vitaminee 1st Wrinkle Serum (both of which I adore), I noticed no dramatic improvement in my skin. I'm 23, so wrinkles - at this point - in time, are not something that are a major concern, but I do want to keep the persistent dryness and dehydration - especially in Canadian Winter - at bay.
This provided some moisture, but for the price, I do not believe it to be worth it. My skin does not feel more supple, when using with Caudalie's system, nor did I notice the product working any better when I switched over to Bioderma Sensibio/Crealine H20 Micelle Solution. It moisturized decently, but certainly no better than the Cetaphil Daily Lotion or Cream.
I do have sensitive/reactive skin, and while this certainly didn't calm my skin, it also didn't cause any breakouts, or additional clogging. Comes in a sanitary squeeze tube, though the amount you get for the price ($35CDN+tax) certainly is something to be sneezed at. I also noticed, however, that this seemed to be one of Caudalie's most scented products - much more so than the Cleansing Water, Gentle Buffing Cream, or aforementioned serum - something to keep in mind if you are scent-sensitive.
I will not be repurchasing, but it isn't bad enough to swear me off of Caudalie products. It definately has me thinking twice about venturing out to try other products from the line, apart from my staples, though. It certainly isn't a bad product - just not good enough to warrant the price tag.