Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Caudalie Beauty Elixir fashion makeover

For the first time, Caudalie Beauty Elixir is getting a high-fashion makeover courtesy of acclaimed fashion designer L’Wren Scott. 

The clothing designer has designed 50,000 limited-edition flacons with a design based on her 2013 Fall/Winter collection inspired by artist Gustav Klimt. The result is a sexy, graphic package that makes this elixir even more attractive. The formula is based on a recipe found in a book of spells for the youth elixir used by Queen Isabella of Hungary in the 17th century to lure the 35-years-younger King of Poland with her radiant complexion. 

Since its launch in 1996, over two million bottles of this cult bestseller have been sold. If you’ve ever used Caudalie Beauty Elixir on tired skin, then you know how addictive it is. The blend of myrrh, rosemary essential oil, lemon balm, peppermint, orange blossom, rose and grape pulp extract tightens pores, fixes makeup and makes skin look radiant. Inspired by the brand’s  ‘Beauty from the Vine’ ethos, the spray smells like a breath of fresh countryside air. No wonder the product is a essential staple among A-listers and beauty editors.  

Shop here for: Caudalie Beauty Elixir L’Wren Scott Limited- Edition (from £9.50)