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Removing Dark Spots and Sun Spots with Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

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aimee_song_of_style_caudalie_vinoperfect_ayr_topWhenever I’m shopping for skincare products, often times I’ll see the term ‘prevents dark spots’ or ‘dark spot corrector’ on certain items. I’ve overlooked those types of products in the past because I thought it didn’t apply to me so I’d go on shopping for other concerns like hydrating or anti-wrinkle.

Well, little did I know, there’s a difference between freckles and dark spots.

After my once a year (trying to make it more often) visit to a dermatologist, I expressed my concerns about my eczema and the little freckles on my face from years in the Californian sun. The dermatologist explained they’re called sun spots and dark spots which are different from freckles. Apparently women get more of them than men (not fair!) but thankfully there are several ways to fix and prevent them. There are medical treatments such as lasering them off or you can simply apply Vitamin E and take tons of Vitamin C (although that may take some time) as well as using skincare products that focus on removing and correcting dark spots. While there are tons of skincare products out there, I was happy to try the Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum because the key ingredient is their patented Viniferine which is 62 times more effective than Vitamin C.aimee_song_of_style_ayr_top_caudalie_serumaimee_song_of_style_ayr_top_caudalie_vinoperfect_serum

After using toner and an essence, I apply this serum on my face right before my moisturizer. I start from my forehead to the cheeks, to chin then continue onto my neck and shoulders.

The Vinoperfect Radiance Serum has a lightweight, kind of milky texture, and it layers really nicely under SPF. So next, I apply a sunscreen. It’s supposed to counter sunspots, acne marks, scars, and damage, for a brighter, more beautiful complexion. I had a mini eczema flare on my face and the serum was still gentle enough that it didn’t disturb my eczema.aimee_song_of_style_caudalie_vinoperfect_serum_cactusaimee_song_of_style_tularosa_dress_caudalieaimee_song_of_style_tularosa_dress_chloe_sandalsaimee_song_of_style_tularosa_dress_chloe_shoes_caudalieI’ve only been using it for about a week so it’s a little too soon to say that all of my dark spots have been removed but I do see a brighter complexion in my skin so I’m going to continue using this product in my daily routine. Since the product can be used under your sunscreen for a flawless tan, you know I used it religiously on my trips to Cannes and Capri.caudalie vinoperfect radiance serumCaudalie actually makes a few of my other favorite products as well! I am definitely a mist addict–I always carry it with me and I constantly spray my boyfriend and assistants with it (they’ll thank me one day). Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir is the perfect one and keeps my skin refreshed throughout the day. I really don’t travel without it because if there’s ever a time my skin needs to be refreshed, it’s right off an airplane. I also love the tinted moisturizer because it has SPF in it, and the make-up removing cleansing water and oil.

AYR Silk Cami
Tularosa Dress
Chloe Rainbow Net Sandals

Thank you to Caudalie for sponsoring this post

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  3. That setting is gorgeous! Caudalie is a brand I have never used before but I have always been curious about it. I am also tempted to try the moisturiser. It makes so much sense to use a moisturiser with SPF instead of layering some thick sunscreen on top – especially in the summer.

  4. Pamela says on July 6, 2016

    Caudalie used to be one of my favorite brands! I love their hand and nail cream too! But I read that they test on animals and it’s something I’ve grown to really care about, so are they any other cruelty-free products that you recommend? Maybe you can even do a post about it! :) Love you and your style! ;)

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  9. Vanesa Belle says on June 10, 2016

    Thank you for sharing the brand… I was looking for it … I visited many of the online shopping store for the best brand …. before this I visited Addresschic blog … They provided a step by step guide Kendell Jenners Dewy Look ….. with the vegan makeup products.

  10. I’ve always had issues with dark spots on my face. I feel like they have been getting worse as I am getting older. Recently I started using Vitamin C serum with many other ingredients and I feel like it’s been making a huge difference. Thanks for sharing your skincare!

    – Jasmine K
    http://www.myeunoia.com

  11. I had Caudalie’s makeup remover and I picked up their thirst quenching serum and their moisturizing mattifying fluid as well. Love the latter especially, I can feel a difference between the other moisturizer as I was using at the end of my skincare.

    Good to know about the difference between freckles and sun spots!

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  12. I’ve used this product for a couple months on my chest and back, because I have acne in those areas, and I can attest that it’s helped with my acne scars. I will say though, it would be much more useful for your readers if you and Caudalie agreed for you to write about this product after you’ve used it for 6 weeks to see if there really is an effect, plus before and after photos. Sponsorship is great for you and the company but what’s the point if your audience can’t notice the difference from a skin care product?