t Radiance Serum
Has anyone used Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum? It has good reviews and it sounds like it works well but I dont want to spend 80 dollars unless it works! I am buying it to help with acne marks and scars and to brighten my dull skin. Any advice would be great! Thanks
Hi, paige322! I understand how it's hard to fork out that much money on a product that you're unsure about. But I wanted to let you know that I've tried it and did work on fading some old acne scars I had, but you have to be patient with it because it took about 6 to 8 weeks before I could start really seeing a difference. If you're still worried about purchasing it, remember that if you use it for 6 or 8 weeks and don't see a difference you can always return it via Sephora's fantastic return policy.
I hope this helps you.
The Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum will help with brightening and also scarring and is the perfect product for a natural approach. If you're interested in another product that is less costly and also prevents more acne from forming I recommend the Peter Thomas Roth AHA/BHA Acne Clearing Gel (http://bit.ly/eG1q0L). This deep-pore-purifying gel is exclusively formulated to clear whiteheads, acne blemishes, and blackheads with maximum-strength beta hydroxy acid (salicylic acid 2%) and potent alpha hydroxy acid (glycolic acid complex 10%). The gel formulation helps to refine pores and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while helping to regulate healthy cell turnover for a flawless complexion.
I love, love, love the Ole Henriksen Enlighten Me serum for post-inflammation hyper-pigmentation (fancy word for acne scars). This one product, in particular, helps with my clients that have the scarring left by acne. Even better, it's only $48!! That's about $31 less than the Radiance Serum (which I do love, btw...just not for that type of pigmentation). But, if you're not using an SPF, forget about using any lightening/brightening products. It is mandatory that SPF must be worn everyday for pigmentation issues! Not just to prevent furthur damage from occurring but also because these types of products make the skin photo-sensitive (more likely to get burned or damaged). I really hope this helps and you can message me too if you have any questions.
I used the serum, and it didn't help me very much; granted I only got a small sample that lasted me two weeks.
I have been using the Pulpee Vitaminee Cream, also by Caudalie, and I have seen almost immediate results with that. All the spots I had on my face from acne scarring have virtually disappeared, I'm not even kidding! If you don't want to buy the serum, try this cream.
I experiment alot with beauty products, and got a lot of hyper pigmentation and acne from using not so great products. I decided to come back to using this cream and it has made a tremendous difference. I don't even need to use foundation anymore! I swear by this stuff. Give it a shot.
I was skeptical at first about shelling out the $, but it did work on some scars I had, and I am currently using it on a couple of sun spots. Seems to be working on those too, though not as fast as on a new scar.
I've used this serum for about 2 months now but it hasn't seemed to help with my sun spots. It doesn't really seem to soak into my skin for some reason no matter how long I wait. I do have oily skin, maybe that has something to do with it. Have read all the great reviews I was excited and really wanted it to work for me as it is natural, it smells great, feels good going on and a little goes a long way. For me it didn't work since I bought it specifically for the dark spots.