This brightening serum sells every 30 seconds and promises to improve dark spots in just one month

Transform your skin in just four weeks

caudalie vinoperfect brightening serum improves dark spots month
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Any product that promises multiple skincare benefits has got us sold immediately.

So Caudalie’s powerhouse serum has already gone straight on our shopping lists.

The French brand has got fans in a tizzy over their Vinoperfect range, with the line’s Radiance Serum being swept off the shelves so often that it has now become the number one product across French pharmacies for tackling dark spots.

The oil-free serum, which claims to improve the appearance of dark spots in just four weeks, has even gone worldwide, with one bottle being sold every 30 seconds across the globe.

And we can see why.

caudalie vinoperfect brightening serum improves dark spots month

Coined the ‘anti-dark spot solution’, the 97 per cent natural serum tackles dark spots on the skin using its patented formula, which can be applied during both morning and evening skincare routines.

Promising to boost radiance, the blend target marks left from pregnancy, acne, sun pigmentation and age related spots to even out the complexion.

And the silky blend will leave skin both looking and smelling gorgeous, with its subtle and refreshing scent of citrus blossom, orange leaves, watermelon and mint.

It’s no wonder that customers all over have absolutely fallen for the product, with fans leaving hundreds of five-star reviews for the brightening serum.

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NIGHT TIME GEM!’ raved one user. ‘I added this product to my night time routine and also used it on the days I didn’t wear make up, to give my akin a boost.

‘It really changed my skins appearance and stopped any dry spots occurring. I would highly recommend this product!’.

‘IT’S A MIRACLE,’ added another. ‘I’ve just started using it, but I already can see difference. My skin is so radiant and soft from the first drop. I’m absolutely in love with this product!’.

‘I have been using it for one month and can see a difference in my age spots and increased hydration,’ commented another fan. ‘Friends have commented on my skin, on the smoothness and glow!’

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Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

This satin-soft serum from Caudalie is scientifically proven to lighten dark spots in just 4 weeks.

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Another wrote, ‘A product that actually works.

‘I am now on my second bottle of the Vinoperfect serum. At first I just thought, ok, it’s a nice product - smells lovely, gives you that lit from within glow - but towards the end of the bottle I realised that a lot of previous scarring has cleared and my face generally looks a whole lot brighter and more even.

‘I never write reviews, but thought if I hadn’t already found something like this, that does what it says it does with no nasties, I would have been searching reviews to find the one. So, reader, look no further - we have a winner!’.

Aleesha Badkar
Digital Beauty Editor, woman&home

Aleesha is Digital Beauty Editor at woman&home, where she gets to share her expertise into all the best techniques, sharpest tools and newest products—with a particular savvy in skincare and fragrance.

Previously, she was Deputy Editor and Beauty & Fashion Editor for My Imperfect Life, where she headed up the beauty, fashion and eCommerce pages. In the past, she has worked as Shopping Writer at woman&home, gained an AOP awards nomination after working on their news team, contributed to Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto and earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London.