Versed Nix It Complexion Solution vs. Caudalie Vinopure Skin Perfecting Serum

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Versed is Cruelty-Free, while (according to Cruelty-Free Kitty) Caudalie is not. They said it couldn't be done - a Caudalie Vinopure dupe... we suggest you give Target's new Versed Nix It Complexion Solution a try. Like Caudalie, it is an oil-based serum with Salicylic Acid as it's acne fighting ingredient. Both smell herbal and have very similar consistencies. Our tester has tried dozens of spot treatments in her life and has fallen in love with Versed (as well as Caudalie). Versed is more than $25 less than Caudalie.

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