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For pi­o­neer­ing skin­care so­lu­tions, Cau­dalie fuses na­ture’s power with the ef­fi­cacy of sci­ence

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In beauty, it’s of­ten thought we have to choose be­tween sci­ence and na­ture. In truth, there’s not much that isn’t bet­ter than a bit of both – as lead­ing Cau­dalie sci­en­tists are prov­ing time and time again. Take Resver­a­trol, an an­tiox­i­dant found in grapevines. Pow­er­ful enough in its own right, it’s reg­u­larly used in skin­care to strengthen and re­pair but was dis­cov­ered by Cau­dalie to be the per­fect part­ner for hyaluronic acid, a nat­u­rally-oc­cur­ring mol­e­cule that helps skin cells hold on to mois­ture. To­gether, these in­gre­di­ents form a unique anti-age­ing cock­tail that triples the skin’s pro­duc­tion of its own hyaluronic acid. Now patented, it ap­pears in Cau­dalie’s lux­u­ri­ous but light­weight Resver­a­trol [Lift] Face cream, £42. This unique for­mula gives skin a juicy-look­ing and well-hy­drated glow, with firmer fa­cial con­tours and a re­duc­tion in wrin­kles – in fact, in clin­i­cal tri­als, 100% of par­tic­i­pants found their skin was firmer.

Resver­a­trol, an an­tiox­i­dant found in grapevines, is reg­u­larly used in skin­care to strengthen and re­pair

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