Harvard Makes Beauty Products Now?!

by Stephanie Maida · January 24, 2018

    When it comes to skincare, there's no one we trust more than the French - and, we suppose, some Ivy-educated experts. That's why we're currently freaking out about Caudalie's innovative new product created with Harvard Medical School.

    The Parisian brand has just released Premier Cru The Serum, the latest in their Premier Cru collection. Over the past five years, Caudalie has been working with researchers at Harvard Med to develop a groundbreaking anti-aging formula, resulting in the co-patenting of Vinergy®, a complex containing the company's signature Vine Resveratrol and Betaine from plant extract.

    The lightweight serum restores skin's energy on a cellular level, and increases the synthesis of collagen - you know, the stuff responsible for making your face look taut and young? When used in combination with other products in the Premier Cru line (we recommend the super moisturizing and luxurious Rich Cream, FYI) this science-backed must-have evens out your complexion, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, and improves skin's overall radiance. The best part? It contains only all-natural ingredients and is completely free of parabens, animal products, mineral oils, and all that bad stuff. We can confirm that after just a few uses (in the dead of dry-out winter, no less) our skin has been brought back to life.

    Now if this isn't a reason to channel your inner Ali MacGraw circa Love Story on the Harvard campus, we don't know what is. Seriously, that girl gave some flawless face.

    Premier Cru The Serum, $150

    [Photo via IMDB]