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Soleil Divine Next at Caudalie

May 23, 2014

Facial gel imparts a buildable tan.

Introducing a chic and easy way to extend your summer glow into the colder months. Soleil Divine ($32) from Caudalie  is a rich facial gel said to provide a flawless, buildable tan just a few hours after application, even on pale complexions, without leaving any streaks. Over time, DHA and rapid DHA work to bronze the face with natural, gradual, and long-lasting color.

A cocktail of nourishing ingredients keeps skin supple and smooth, including sodium hyaluronate, plant glycerine, olive phytosqualane and grapeseed oil. Antioxidant-rich stabilized grapeseed polyphenols provide protection from free radical damage. The fresh, intoxicating fragrance is derived from a blend of white frangipani flowers, watermelon, and orange tree leaves.

Products launch in July at US.Caudalie.com, Sephora/Sephora.com and NYC Caudalie Boutiques.
 
 
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