Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Caudalie Night Oils: Review & Giveaway!

I only started using night oils this year, and looking back I can honestly say I don't know how I overlooked them for so long. Something about using an oil overnight feels luxurious and pampering, and you wake up with gloriously soft, supple skin. I don't use them every night, but whenever I feel like my skin needs a little boost of moisture, which is usually the case as the seasons start to change.
Caudalie have recently added two new overnight oils to their line-up. (Perfect timing for the arrival of winter weather over the next couple of months!) I'm a huge fan of the brand already so I jumped at the chance to put them to the test over the past couple of weeks...


There are two different formulas: the Polyphenol C15 Overnight Detox Oil and the Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil. Both are 100% plant-derived and contain no artificial fragrances, dyes, preservatives or synthetic ingredients.
The Polyphenol is designed for overworked, stressed skin exposed to UV, pollution and free radicals. It's formulated with sweet almond oil, musc rose, orange and petitgrain plant oils, sandalwood, lavender and carrot essential oils and Caudalie's signature grape seed oil. This concoction is blended to balance, detoxify and calm the skin. I've been using this for the past few weeks and have fallen utterly in love with it. I use about 6 drops, warm it in my hands before massaging in into my skin, right before I go to sleep. The hint of lavender is perfect for a night oil and my skin feels amazing in the morning. I'm so happy to have found this as I was previously using the Sarah Chapman Overnight Facial oil, which is a lot more expensive at £45 for 15ml, compared to £29 for 30ml and I love it just as much! (available online at Caudalie.com)
The pink bottle I actually gave to my sister, as the Vinsource Recovery oil is formulated especially for dry and sensitive skin. My sister has incredibly sensitive skin and has had a lot of problems with it recently due to allergies. As the temperature has been dropping, her skin has also been awfully dry and she called me a few weeks ago asking if I had any ideas to help. This was sitting on my desk so I thought of it instantly. I passed it on to her and she's been testing it out ever since and loves it. It's the first night oil she's used, and I think I've converted her! After 2 weeks of use she says her skin is not as dry and feels much more comfortable when she wakes up in the mornings. It's made with rose, palmarosa, sesame rosemary, jojoba and grape seed oil, and has a light rose scent. This is a little cheaper than the Polyphenol oil, at £26 for 30ml (available online at Caudalie.com)

Overall, we've both been really impressed with these. They'll definitely be maintaining a crucial position in my winter skincare routine!

Caudalie have kindly offered one of each of the oils to give away to two readers this week! If you'd like to win, all you have to do is TWEET me (@FleurDeForce) with #FDFCaudalie, link this post and let me know which oil you would like to win!

The giveaway is open internationally, you can enter as many times as you like and it closes on Monday 17th November 2014 at midnight. The winners will be announced via Twitter shortly after the closing date.

*This post is sponsored by Caudalie
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70 comments

  1. I would really like to try The Polyphenol and it sounds like it smells heaven !

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  2. Lovely post like always! Would love to try these! :)

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  3. If I dont win, I will trying these out

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  4. I really enjoy using oils, something I never thought would happen as I have oily, acne-prone skin. But they just do so much for you!

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  5. I use Boots Botanics Rosehip oil at night and that has done WONDERS for my skin as the weather gets colder. Facial oils are a must! X

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  6. These look like a little piece of skincare luxury! I adore the Caudalie Divine Oil and I'm sure these are wonderfully hydrating too, perfect for this time of year :)

    Miss Beauty Saver / Instagram

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  7. Great giveaway....I've tweeted!!

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  8. Nice giveaway, I have tweeted @theseerstower

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  9. These oils sound gorgeous. I love using oils on my skin at night!

    Avanti
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  10. I love oils, these two sound lovely, may have to give them a go!

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  11. The Detox one sounds really nice! :) Thanks for sharing Fleur x
    Ana Céline Labod

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  12. I love 100% natural face oils! I used a few and reviewed a few on my blog:
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    x

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  13. I'd like to win the Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil.

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  14. These both sound amazing! I love facial oils!
    Jodie xo // La Lune Song

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  15. Vinosource Recovery oil seems amazing, have to check it out next time I'm near a Caudalie stand :)


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  16. The first one sounds amazing! It's really important to me that these have natural ingredients as well.

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  18. I love oil products. I feel like my skin is better after using them. Great giveaway xx

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  19. Tweeted! I really wanna try the detox oil!

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  20. I have similar skin issues as your sister (add eczema to that) so that vinosource overnight recovery oil sounds like something to try! Maybe I should actually get a twitter to join the giveaway..haha.

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  21. Great giveaway!
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  22. I'd love to try the Polyphenol C15 Overnight Detox Oil!
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  23. lovely post as always such a great give away

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  24. I'd love to try both of these!

    beyond-brunette.blogspot.com

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  25. I need to try these as I might need them!

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  26. The first one sounds amazing although it's a bit pricey! x

    Beauty Soup || UK Beauty Blog

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  27. Oh wow they both sound so lovely! Thank you so much for sharing, Fleur! You are so beautiful and such an inspiration to me xx

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  28. The colours and lights look so christmassy!!
    Georgia xx

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  29. Facial oils have been something I addicted to for a while. Bio oil is a good one. It's cheap and it makes your skin vigorously glowing. Check my Bio Oil review here

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  30. I love night creams, the pink bottle sounds amazing being that all the ingredients are plant based and suited for sensitive skin. How long would a bottle last? Three months?

    Hope xx
    hopecoyne.blogspot.co.uk

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  31. They seem interesting will def have to check them out.

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  32. Both of the overnight oil's sound lovely, hopefully I can find them online soon! x
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  33. The oils sound wonderful great review ! I need to try the Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil :)

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  34. will check them out!

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  35. I love overnight facial oils - I use Kiehl's Midnight Recovery and it is amazing!
    Anjna Harish

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  36. An amazing blog post as usual , thanks Fleur for letting us discovering new things.

    Huum , i think i'de like to win the pink one, cause i have a sensitive skin

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  37. The Overnight Recovery Oil sounds super soothing and nourishing to the skin. I definitely have that on my must-have list.

    - Amanda | The Chic Counsel

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  38. Uhhh... I love night oils, for the same reasons you do :) They make the skin feel so super nice! Love them!

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  39. They both sound so great! Personally I'm pretty attached to my Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate. Is the Polyphenol C15 similar?

    Lotti
    lottiosborne.com

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  40. These oils look sound like they would be luxurious and very handy for the dry winter months! I'm definitely interested in the overnight recovering oil because I suffer from many allergies and have dry skin like your sister! Great blog post Fleur, x!

    Becky, x
    http://undertheseabeauty.blogspot.ca/

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  41. Those look really cool! I'm starting to want to use more natural procuts so this is rlly interesting :)
    <3 Katie
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  42. I would like to try The Vinosource Overnight Recovery Oil.
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  43. Ooo such a nice give away, and such a lovely blog! <3

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    -Ana

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  44. Thanks for hosting this giveaway Fleur! I am glad to read there is an affordable yet comparable oil to the Sarah Chapman one! xx

    Alexandra
    Glam O’Clock | Beauty Blog

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  45. Really want to try this brand!

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  46. I haven't been able to get myself to buy anything from Caudalie as their products are on the pricier side. I would definitely like to give the brand a try though, especially the Beauty Elixir. I've heard SO many good things about it.

    But back to facial oils, I love the ever so popular Midnight Recovery Concentrate from Kiehl's. When I don't want to use a face oil, I always opt for Origins Drink Up overnight mask to keep my skin hydrated. That mask honestly works wonders!

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  48. I love those, looks so beautiful

    check me out
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    tyana
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  49. I love facial oils, they're great! I'm currently using a Oil serum from Acure, and it's pretty good!

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  50. I've recently started using night oils and feel they are really beneficial.
    Great post
    Xoxo Nathalie
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  51. I love oils and these look great. As its the holiday season, I hope to give these oils as gifts and provide loved ones with great skin and a happy outlook for the near year!

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  52. The detox oil looks right up my street!

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  53. Ooooh I'm dying to try the Polyphenol C15 oil! And reading this blog posts makes me want to even more. I want to fall in love with it just like you did. I just tweeted :-) Fingers crossed now! Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  54. I have the Polyphenol Oil and I adore it! It sinks in so well and makes my skin look amazing!!

    XO, Erica

    www.mymistersmrs.blogspot.com

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  55. im already using and loving Polyphenol C15 Overnight Detox Oil so would love to try vinosource one xxx

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  56. I'm dying to try these!

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  57. Sounds amazing! Might have to try it out soon :)

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  58. they seem very luxurious :) xx

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  59. They both sound so nice! I especially want to try the Overnight Detox Oil.

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    Maria Mui // Beauty Blog

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  60. The oils sound amazing! Also love how the bottle looks♥ xo
    >Beauty & Fashion Blogger<

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  61. The recovery oil sounds really good! Something I should probably check out, but on a student budget, it's somewhat inhibited haha! My skin would probably thank me for it though. But thank you for sharing!

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