Caudalie’s Divine Oil has popped up many times on my YouTube channel as a firm favourite of mine, but until now I don’t think it’s made an appearance on my blog. A multi-purpose beauty oil, it can be used on the face, hair, body and nails and it’s the perfect post-bathtime treat before you get into bed. You know those products that just make you feel special when you use them? This is one of them. My large bottle (£24.30) has lasted me a long time, due in part to the fact that it has a spray applicator so unlike other oils you don’t pour out more than you need. It is also perfect for spritzing on your legs to give them a sheen in the summer months and packed with grape oil and omega 6 it will keep you hydrated.

What I love most about this is the fact that it’s a dry oil, so you never feel too greasy once you’ve used it, but for this very reason I don’t use it on my hair unless it’s a couple of spritzes through my palms to de-fuzz and add definition to my layers, it’s not something I would slick on as a treatment. The scent is really beautiful and very sophisticated, my friend Estée once described it as something a beauty editor would smell like and I have to agree, it makes me feel confident and important, if a body oil can do that! At Christmas I have away a gift set containing the candle, and boy oh boy did it pain me to give that beautiful thing away, it smells so so good. It’s a little pricey at £21.60 but I might have to splurge to make my home smell like this, we are moving soon so I can maybe use that as an excuse?

The other gem in this range is the Divine Scrub, at around the £20 mark again it’s a definite indulgence but if you’re a die hard fan of the oil you will love it. It’s a beautiful scrub, I’ve never found a Caudalie product I didn’t like really, but with expensive scrubs I can’t help but think I could make something similar myself for much less. The oil photographed above is the smaller size, priced at £16 which I would really recommend if you want to try this but don’t want to shell out for the larger option. I definitely think everyone should try this oil, if you take a lovely bath, spritz this onto your body after and get into clean sheets, you will thank me.

Caudalie Divine Oil starts at £16 here.


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  • Maddy

    I will definitely be trying out one of the smaller samples, this sounds amazing! x

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

  • Alissia

    Oh these sounds so divine ;) x

  • anya

    I’ve never tried the divine oil but it looks gorgeous, everyone seems to love it.

  • Nicky

    When I was in France, I’d go into pharmacy and stare at this, wanting it so bad but unsure if I’d even have enough money for food by the end of the trip. I decided to play safe and not purchase this, turns out monetary wise I was fine but missed my chance to buy it. Need to find who sells it in Aus!


  • Celina

    I definitely want to pick up a sample size of the Caudalie Divine Oil. It sounds amazing!

    Celina | The Celution

  • Heels Forever

    Have wanted to invest in a good body scrub for a while, was considering buying the Neom Organic Body Scrub but maybe this is a good alternative as although it’s expensive, it’s probably half the price of the Neom one xx

    Heels Forever

  • Mana Smith

    These just sound lovely, I must try the oil!

    Fashion and Happy Things

  • Emma

    Love these!
    Emma x