Well I tried Eau de beauté this morning for the 1st time and -wow- I can see the difference!
I put it right after washing my face before applying my daycream, and then once again after I finished my makeup. My skin was much more smooth and my complexion radiant. I hadn't seen that in a long time!
I'm definitely ditching my Armani primer for this.
^ Oh yes! I've been using it ever since I posted this and bought the product several times again. I really see the difference when I apply it : my skin is much smoother and tighter.
One thing though: never spray it on the eye area. There is a warning on the bottle but I didn't pay attention to it, and and the skin around my eyes was bright red for several days. Now I cover my eyes with one hand when I use Eau de Beauté and it's alright.
Wow, I am really disappointed in the Quenching Sorbet-Creme! I got a big sample with my last Sephora order but it just didn't agree with my skin at all. I put it on a clean face, hadn't done any masks or anything beforehand, just my normal MB facewash. I woke up the next morning to what looked like milia on my forehead! I never break out unless I'm stressed or TOTM, and even then I've never in my life had a pimple on my forehead. There was also what looked like the very beginning of a cystic pimple on my forehead. I've never had one before, but it looked just like a little bug bite. Luckily my skin was pretty much back to normal the following morning, after I pampered it that night. I didn't find the Caudalie cream to be all that moisturizing, either. I'm combo/dry-skinned in winter with a bit of rosacea and this didn't come close to being as good as my HG, Nature's Gate Oh What A Night. The Caudalie smell is very herbal, which I like, but some may not. The Sorbet-Creme also had a whipped consistency, which I didn't mind, but was a little disconcerting at first!
I won't put this on my face again- I've never had a reaction to a product before! But the ingredient list is very impressive, so I'd say try it out. I'll use up the rest of the sample on my hands.
I do want to try Caudalie's cleansing water, too.
^Have you tried Jack Black or just plain old Aquaphor? Those are the best lip conditioners I've tried. The Caudalie one is basically just paraffin, aka mineral oil, which I find actually sucks moisture out of my lips!