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Aug 29, 2015

Wine Renews the Skin: Drink of the Gods in the Service of Beauty


Besides drinking, wine can also be used for beauty. Each wine has a different composition and different varieties are useful for the care of different skin types. There are a few simple recipes so that you can make some healthy tonics and facials yourself.

Acne prone skin
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For skin prone to acne, the best choice is red wine, which contains a high concentration of polyphenol resveratrol that reduces inflammation and prevents damage caused by free radicals. Wine can help you control acne before the inflammation gets worse. It also removes and prevents free radicals, and the skin becomes less prone to acne. Skin without pimples is one of the main benefits of wine for the skin.

Dry skin
If you have dry skin prone to patchiness, mix 1 cup of dry red wine with a glass of water. Pour mixture into a spray bottle. After each shower, apply this mixture to the skin, let it work its magic for 5 minutes, and then rinse.

Extremely dry skin
For extremely dry skin, mix ¼ cup of dry white wine, 1 cup of white vinegar and add ¼ or ½ of this mixture to your bath. For dry skin of the face make a wine mask. Mix 3 tablespoons of sweet red wine, ½ tablespoons of aloe vera gel and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply this mask on the face and neck, leave it on for 10 minutes, and then rinse.

Dehydrated skin
If your skin lacks moisture, do not forget to choose dry wine with a high concentration of alpha hydroxyl acids such as citric, tartaric and malic acid. This is very helpful in restoring the natural moisture of your skin and making it soft and elastic.

Oily skin
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Mix 3 tablespoons of red wine with some yogurt and apply this to the face and neck. Leave it for 15 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.

Sensitive skin
Natural preservative tannin in red wine can irritate sensitive skin. It is best to avoid red and use white wine in your skin care. Boil the plant, which has a calming effect (such as chamomile) in white wine. Allow it to cook for 10 minutes, then cool the liquid and pour it into a clean bottle. You can use the liquid as a toner.

Scrub
Mix one cup of white wine or vinegar with one cup of bran. Keep it on for 4 hours. It will act as an excellent scrub. You can also use this mask once a week to make your skin more beautiful and younger.

Protecting the skin from UV radiation
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According to a recent survey, white wine has significant benefits for your skin as it protects it against UV radiation. All that is good for our body, is harmful if consumed more than the recommended amount. Enjoy your favorite wine specials, but only in moderation.

Ultimate make-up remover
After removing makeup and cleansing your face with your regular products, apply some white wine on a cotton swab and gently wipe it over your face, neck and décolleté. But, since we are talking about alcohol, avoid the area around the eyes to prevent irritation, and if you have sensitive and dry skin, make a little test on a small area of skin on your hands or neck.

Wine slows down the process of aging. Plastic surgeon from Seattle, Richard Baxter claims that wine can do wonders for the skin. The beneficial effects of wine have long been known, but some were discovered recently thanks to the new research. The antioxidants in wine, in combination with anti-inflammatory agents and a natural alpha hydroxyl acid, are strong enough to provide you with beautiful and healthy skin because of which you will look much younger and more radiant.

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