Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate by Caudalie 75ml
- 99% natural origin ingredients
- Dermatologically tested
- 100% plastic collect
- The skin is smoother and more silky*
*Clinical study, % of satisfaction, 22 volunteers, 28 days
In the evening, after your shower when your skin is still damp, warm a measure of Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate between your hands then massage it into the skin using circular motions, concentrating on stubborn areas. For even more effectiveness, finish the application with wide pinching to resculpt stubborn areas, then smooth your skin from your feet working upwards. If needed, leave to dry for a few minutes before getting dressed.
Frequently asked questions
1. Is the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate effective for relieving water retention?
Yes, the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate is a sculpting oil that helps eliminate toxins thanks to massage. When applied, the skin is toned and smoothed. The figure is enhanced.
2. Does the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate make stretch marks disappear?
No oil gets rid of stretch marks. However, it is still possible to prevent them from appearing. By nourishing your lipid barrier, your skin will be more supple and elastic and will adapt more easily to how the body changes over time.
3. Is the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate effective against cellulite?
Yes, the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate helps reduce the look of cellulite by draining, toning and smoothing the skin.
4. Is the texture of the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate absorbed quickly?
Yes, the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate is absorbed fast. However, it leaves the skin with a sheen. We therefore recommend that you use it in the evening after your shower when your skin is damp and to dry your skin with a towel or to wait a few minutes before getting dressed.
5. Is the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate suitable if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding?
No, the Vinosculpt Contouring Concentrate is not suitable if you’re pregnant because it contains essential oils. If you have any questions relating to pregnancy, we recommend you see your doctor who will be the most able to advise you.