Caudalie Grape Water

Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog. Good day to all of you. If you have been following me for quite awhile, you may notice that I’m a “mist” lover. Face mist is something that you can always found in my bag. Today, I will wanna share with you one of my favorite face mist (I know I have too many favorites for face mist… lol). It’s the Caudalíe Grape WaterCaudalie founder Mathilde Thomas discovered this precious water on her parent’s vineyard in Bordeaux when her family during the harvest to extract water from the grapes.

What it is:
A signature, 100 percent organic formula that’s suitable for even the most sensitive skin. It is extracted directly from grapes in Bordeaux, with the dual power to both increase hydration and reduce sensitivity. Grape Water provides an immediate benefit of +127 percent hydration and -61 percent skin sensitivity upon use. Perfect for sensitive skin, this water soothes rosacea and reduces redness. The versatile product can be used as a toner after cleansing, as a setting spray before applying makeup, or to refresh and hydrate the skin throughout the day.

What it is formulated to do:
Rich in moisturizing polysaccharides, mineral salts, and potassium, Grape Water has an intense hydrating ability to retain water within the skin’s corneous layer and hydrop-lipid film. Perfect for sensitive skin, it acts as an anti-inflammatory—soothing rosacea, reducing redness and sensitivity, and calming rashes. This is the perfect go-to after any harsh peels or uncomfortable irritation. The unique composition with mineral and active plant ingredients strengthens the skin’s barrier function, making it more resilient and less sensitive over time. The versatile product can be used as a toner after cleansing, as a setting spray before applying makeup, or to refresh and hydrate the skin throughout the day.

Ingredients: Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Fruit Water, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Juice, Nitrogen

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
– Parabens
– Sulfates
– Phthalates

What else you need to know:
Makeup pro tip: Dampen makeup sponge to give dewy glow to foundation. Dampen eye shadow brush to intensify shadow pigment.

“For my pre-bed ritual, I take off all of my makeup, spritz Caudalie’s Grape Water, and put a few drops of lavender oil on my pillow for a calming sleep.”—Katy Perry

Suggested Usage:
-Mist over face to soothe, refresh, and moisturize the skin at any time of the day.
-Can be used as a moisturizing toner.
-Do not rub in after spraying


I’m staying in a humid and hot area. So any mist that gives me a refreshing, hydrating and non-sticky feeling, I’ll love it and Caudalie Grape Water does it all. I love this mist so much. This mist is very fine that two pumps is enough to cover the whole face. It’s so refreshing and hydrating. I using it to hydrate my face for all the time, using it to wet my makeup sponge, spray it after my makeup to set and give a glow effect. I can use it for everything because it’s not greasy at all. Thus, it can be suitable for all skin types. The best part is, it doesn’t cause me to have any breakouts due to it’s natural ingredients. The smell of this mist not strong. The packaging itself is simple and nice. It comes in two sizes, 2ooml and 75ml. I always carry the 75ml with me in the bag. The cost for this mist is RM70 ($22) for 200ml, RM35 ($13) for 75ml.

Will I repurchase? I will say, YES! This is because Caudalie’ products are all using natural and environmentally friendly active ingredients.


Hope you enjoy reading my post.

Love, Jess

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