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Why the Caudlie Beauty Elixir is the secret to glowing skin

Why this ‘miracle elixir’ is the secret to glowing skin – and how it helped a queen charm a king 35 YEARS younger than her

  • The Caudalie Beauty Elixir, $74, has been dubbed a must-buy for 2022 
  • The multi-purpose spritz sets makeup, preps skin and gives an instant glow 
  • It was inspired by a youth elixir first used by Queen Isabella of Hungary 
  • Legend has it she used the spray to charm the King of Poland in her 70s  

An all-in-one face mist said to be used by Queen Isabella of Hungary to charm a king 35 years younger than her has been dubbed a ‘must-have’ for 2022.

Caudalie’s reinvented $74 Beauty Elixir is a powerful formula beloved by makeup artists and celebrities that preps skin, sets make up, gives an instant glow and tightens pores instantly.

The refreshing scent is infused with rose and orange blossom, grape, mint, lemon balm and rosemary and is the ideal priming base and setting spray between layers of makeup for a long-lasting and smooth finish. 

An all-in-one face mist said to be used by Queen Isabella of Hungary to charm a king 35 years younger than her has been dubbed a ‘must-have’ for 2022

Caudalie's reinvented $74 Beauty Elixir is a powerful formula beloved by makeup artists and celebrities that preps skin, sets make up, gives an instant glow and tightens pores instantly

Caudalie’s reinvented $74 Beauty Elixir is a powerful formula beloved by makeup artists and celebrities that preps skin, sets make up, gives an instant glow and tightens pores instantly

The unisex buy is also a great aftershave for men as it contains essential oils and plant extracts that clarify and brighten the complexion.

The refreshing French spritz, which has been used by the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Karlie Kloss to achieve a red carpet worthy glow, is inspired by the beauty elixir used by 17th century Queen Isabella of Hungary.

According to legend, the Queen used an ‘Elixir of Youth’ to attract younger suitors including the King of Poland when she was in her 70s; this product was inspired by that same concoction.

The refreshing French spritz, which has been used by the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Karlie Kloss to achieve a red carpet worthy glow, is inspired by the beauty elixir used by 17th century Queen Isabella of Hungary

The refreshing French spritz, which has been used by the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Karlie Kloss to achieve a red carpet worthy glow, is inspired by the beauty elixir used by 17th century Queen Isabella of Hungary 

It was first launched in 1997 and quickly became a cult classic thanks to its 100 per cent natural, plant-based formula. 

Since, it’s had thousands of rave reviews from customers who rave about its refreshing scent and instant skin rejuvenation properties. 

‘This product is popular for a reason. I’ve seen many beauty secret videos with this face list and had to try it. It leaves my face feeling refreshed and has a nice scent,’ a delighted shopper wrote.

Since, it's had thousands of rave reviews from customers who rave about its refreshing scent and instant skin rejuvenation properties

Since, it’s had thousands of rave reviews from customers who rave about its refreshing scent and instant skin rejuvenation properties

‘The first time I saw this on display I sprayed all over entire face while standing in line and I love the way it smells. I noticed my face has a glow and it gives your skin a beautiful foundation before applying make up,’ another added.

‘I love the yellow halo you get on the top of the bottle because you know it’s filled with amazing ingredients.’ 

You can purchase the Beauty Elixir Toner in Australia for $74 at Sephora.  



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