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Caudalie launches Vinoperfect Radiance Tinted Moisturizer in Brazil

Caudalie is completing its Vinoperfect range, which was launched in 2005, with a new anti-spot treatment. The new pigmented Radiance Tinted Moisturizer covers spots, corrects complexion and simultaneously acts as makeup.

Its mineral pigments blend with the skin to cover skin imperfections, dark spots, redness, acne scars and blemishes, giving you a smooth, even radiant complexion,” claims the French cosmetics brand. The cream combines Viniferine (Caudalie’s patented ingredient used in the Vinoperfect serum), hyaluronic acid, mineral pigment, and an SPF (20) in one product.

According to the brands tests, its natural active ingredient Viniferine is much more effective than kojic acid or vitamin C and offers the skin a quadruple action: it regulates the production of melanin, improves blood capillary microcirculation, has an anti-inflammatory action and an antioxidant activity that protects from harmful effects of UV rays.

This product is available in two shades: Light and Medium. Price: R$ 249

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