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Purifying Toner Vinopure


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Skin type : Acne-prone skin
Need : Blemishes, enlarged pores, blackheads, oily skin
Texture : Lotion
Use : Morning and evening, every day
What is it ?
Vinopure Toner tightens pores, reduces imperfections and oily shine. Skin is purified, mattified, clean and clear.
Formula :
  • 99% natural origin ingredients
  • Non-comedogenic, non-photosensitising
  • Non-photosensitising
  • Vegan
  • 100% plastic collect
Visible results
  • 90% saw their skin less shiny*
  • Fully recyclable packaging made from recycled glass and plastic, aiming for zero waste*. *Excluding multi-material pumps and caps, recyclable only in Caudalie’s stores through the TerraCycle partnership.
Did you know ?
Vinopure Toner also contains organic rose water, known to prevent sebum overproduction and visibly improve glow.

Morning and evening, on cleansed skin, with a cotton pad while avoiding the eye contour. Do not rinse.

Advice from our Vinotherapists:
Vinopure Toner can be applied with clean fingertips.

  • 1. What is the Vinopure Purifying Toner used for?

    More astringent than the Gel Cleanser, the Toner unclogs, tightens pores and smoothes the skin's surface by eliminating dead cells while respecting the natural pH of your skin.

  • 2. Does the formula contain alcohol?

    We use a limited amount of natural-origin alcohol for its purifying properties and to favour the penetration of active ingredients. It can be drying for skin when used pure and or in a too high quantity.

  • 3. What is our alcohol derived from?

    The alcohol used in Vinopure is derived from beetroots.

  • 4. What is the difference between Vinoclean Toner and Vinopure Toner?

    Alcohol-free, the Vinoclean Toner completes make-up removal and moisturises and tones all skin types. Vinopure is for acne-prone skin to unclog, tighten pores and improve skin clarity.

  • 5. Can I use it in the sun because of the Salicylic Acid in it?

    Yes. Vinopure Lotion formula has been clinically proved to be non photosensitizing by a toxicologist. If you are going to be exposing your skin to the sun, we however always recommend to apply a non-comedogenic SPF 50 sunscreen.