Red Wine: Caudalie Vinosource Quenching Sorbet Creme

Summer time is rosé season here in New York, meanwhile in Europe everyone is drinking Hugo, a wine cocktail with elderflower and fresh mint. I can’t get enough of either and when summer is over, indulging in red wine and dark chocolate is one of my favorite health and beauty treatments on the planet! How can something so tasteful be so good for you? Polyphenols in grapes and flavonols in chocolate beans are powerful anti-oxidants making wine and chocolate so unbelievably healthy and helping to fight free radicals that are responsible for premature aging.

Caudalie, founded on a vineyard in Southern France, uses polyphenols extracted from grapes and grape seed oil in its skin care line. Antioxidants protect and the oil nourishes the skin. Vinosource Sorbet is extremely moisturizing, perfectly for dry to normal skin. I like to apply it directly onto dry lines letting it work like a filler.

At $39 Vinosource Sorbet is a bit pricey, but it lasts for a pretty long time.

Have some wine, it’s Saturday!

4 thoughts on “Red Wine: Caudalie Vinosource Quenching Sorbet Creme

  1. I tried leaving a message and I’m not sure if my first try went through successfully. So, I just want to say that your blog looks awesome. That’s how I bumped into this because I think we are both using the same theme.

    I just subscribed to your Facebook, Twitter and Bloglovin networks so I can receive updates from you. Can I invite you to do the same for me?

    I’ve heard good things about Caudalie especially in the Youtube community. I might have to ask my sister to get me some so I can try it out. LOL!

    Keep on blogging! You are doing great!


      • Hi,

        I’m a blogger from the Philippines! Can you imagine readers from different parts of the world? This is so cool! Yep, Caudalie is not yet available to us here. Yet. Soon I hope they bring it out down here in Asia. Take care you!

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