Caudalie has a great range of skincare and they also have two tinted moisturisers. Ever since I tried the Caudalie skin care products I was really curious about their tinted moisturisers. I’m a tinted moisturiser girl, don’ t give me foundation because I often dislike the feeling of it. I prefer light textures with a slight coverage.
The Teint Divin comes in two shades: light to medium and medium to dark. They are packaged in a tube of 30 ml. I must say I really like the packaging, the light beige colour, the grapes and everything looks so nice and chic somehow. This tinted moisturiser claims to make your skin brighter, even it out and gives an immediate boost to your skin. It will blend into the skin leaving a natural finish. It is supposed to be suitable for all skin types.
So lets take a look how this performs and how findings are with the tinted moisturiser. First of all I ‘m very impressed with the texture, it’s very lightweight, it gets immediately absorbed by the skin and you don’t feel it at all. The shade light to medium is a light very pink toned colour. The tinted moisturiser also contains micro shimmers. When I saw that I was a bit scared it would turn me into a glittery mess, but once applied on the face you can’t see it. So this shade is very pink toned and I am obviously very yellow toned so yeah, that’s not the best colour match. Luckily the colour really blends into the skin and you can’t see any pinkness on my face. It has a sheer coverage, it does even out my skin a bit, but this is definitely not covering up any spots. As you can see in the last picture with my face on it, my spots are a little covered up and my pores a little less apparent. The coverage is definitely very natural! The finish is a bit dewy, but not dewy as in ‘looking oily’ but more like a healthy pretty glow.
It holds up a whole day on me without sliding off on the end of the day (I always use a setting powder though). It sounds like an amazing product right? Well, it is, but… There is a but! On my rather oily skin this tinted moisturiser is actually a bit too moisturising. So for me it’s just a bit too much. I would recommend this for dry or combination skin, but people with oily skin may find this a bit too hydrating. I do think it’s perfect on me in the winter though.
On the left without Teint Divin, on the right with Teint Divin
The ingredientlist is also really nice. It contains glycerin, squalane, vitamin E, shea butter grape seed extract, sunflower seed oil and a bit Hyaluronic Acid. It doesn’t contain any SPF so make sure to protect your skin with sunscreen when using this. The tinted moisturiser has a great smell of grapes too because of the perfume!
Overall I do really recommend this Teint Divin (unless you are really oily), call me impressed! Great packaging, great ingredients, it feels light on the skin, great finish!
You can find Caudalie in pharmacies.