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This cult cleanser line now comes in recyclable packaging

by Holly O'Neill
15th Jan 2021

Are you making an effort to shop more sustainably when it comes to your beauty packaging? The newly reformulated and repackaged Caudalie Vinoclean cleanser line is exactly what you’re looking for

Did you know that the global cosmetics and beauty industry produces 120 billion units of packaging every year?

If you’re considering shopping more sustainably when it comes to your beauty routine, Caudalie have reformulated five of their brilliant Vinoclean cleansers, from €8, with new, 100% recycled and recyclable plastic.

Caudalie Instant Foaming Cleanser, €8

In making this change, the brand will reduce their carbon footprint by 45%. The metallic thread has been removed from all products with a pump and the pump of the Moisturizing Toner has been replaced by a 100% recyclable cap.

 Caudalie Moisturising Toner, €9

The range itself, which is vegan, has been reformulated too but remains as effective as before. Not familiar with the range? Take your pick of textures as there’s something for all preferences; there’s foam, oil, milk, gel and lotion, with each suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin.

Caudalie Micellar Cleansing Water, €9

Not sure where to start? Go for the Micellar Cleansing Water, €9, if you have a normal skin type or you’re feeling lazy. The Moisturising Toner, €9, will remove any pesky traces of make-up you didn’t catch when cleansing, leaving the skin hydrated. If you’re dry-skinned or sensitive, the Cleansing Almond Milk, €9, is soothing and gentle.

Caudalie Cleansing Almond Milk, €9

If you’re oily and feel like you need foam to cleanse (you don’t though!), or you just love a foamy cleanse, the Instant Foaming Cleanser, €8 feels light as air but cleanses thoroughly and never leaves your skin feeling tight. If you’re oily-skinned but like an oil cleanser or you’re sensitive or combination skinned, you’ll like the silky soft Make-up Removing Cleansing Oil, €18.99. It will shift all make-up including the most stubborn waterproof mascara while leaving the skin feeling nourished and soft.

Happy cleansing!


Caudalie Make-up Removing Cleansing Oil, €18.99

The Caudalie Vinoclean range, from €8, is out now.

Photography by Caudalie.

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