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Red Wine and Skincare

May 21, 2016

 

This perfectly fit's in with the Sangrialato Gelato Sugar Body Scrub coming this summer! But no wine in this one! So enjoy the gelato series of body scrubs scented after some of our favorite drinks! But no alcohol in them! Umm after reading this article maybe we'll change that a little.

 

So, if you have some leftover red wine in the refridge? Use it for your skin! 

 

Red wine is a deep reddish-purple coloured wine that has been proven to be one of the healthiest alcoholic drinks. Red wine was also used for its medical properties in ancient times. There are a variety of red wines made from various ingredients available in the market today, made from ingredients like raspberries, gooseberries, raisins, figs, etc. These exquisite ingredients lend their rich properties to the wine. Keeping that in mind, one can reap the benefits of red wine and its ingredients by adding it to one's skincare routine. Here are a few such amazing uses of red wine.

 

To fight signs of aging
Organic red wines are filled with antioxidants like flavonoids, resveratrol and tannin that are good for your skin. Apply some red wine on your skin to fight off free radicals that cause wrinkles and fine lines. Red wine can also restore collagen and elastic fibres in the skin.

 

To fight blemishes and acne
Red wine contains natural AHA's and has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Thus, applying it your face helps fight acne and excessive oil production. It is also known to open pores and decongest skin.

 

Repairs skin damage
Red wine is a rich source of amino acids that help boost skin renewal. The antioxidants in red wine form a protective barrier over your skin, thus preventing sun damage when you go out in the sun. However, don't try and substitute it with your sunscreen, use it as additional protection.

 

Repairs skin damage
Red wine is a rich source of amino acids that help boost skin renewal. The antioxidants in red wine form a protective barrier over your skin, thus preventing sun damage when you go out in the sun. However, don't try and substitute it with your sunscreen, use it as additional protection.

 

For clear and glowing skin
Red wine also contains polyphenols that prevent cell oxidation. This helps transform dull skin and restore its glow. You can apply red wine directly to your skin or you can mix it with some oatmeal and leave it on for a few minutes. This treatment will help remove dead cells and leave you with glowing skin.

 

As a toner
Red wine makes for an amazing facial toner too. Soak a cotton ball in some red wine and rub it on your face. Leave it on for about 20 minutes and then wash it off.

 

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