How is wine used in cosmetology?

Juicy grapes and drinks based on them, contain:

  • vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B9, C, E, P and PP;
  • minerals – selenium, magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium;
  • glucose;
  • fructose;
  • amino acids;
  • polyphenols.

Such a balanced composition promotes the elimination of dangerous free radicals, which lead to the development of cardiovascular diseases and provoke aging much earlier than the date set by nature. They are formed in the human body under the influence of various adverse factors:

  • exhaust gases;
  • harmful factory emissions;
  • smoke from cigarettes;
  • excess ultraviolet radiation.
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High-quality grape wine has an antioxidant effect, in small doses it is capable of:

  • increase the body’s natural resistance to adverse effects and diseases;
  • relieve stress and immerse yourself in a pleasant state of general relaxation;
  • prevent the development of diseases such as arthrosis and arthritis, cystitis and pyelonephritis;
  • cleanse, nourish and tighten the skin of the face and body, give it tone and elasticity, saturate it with vitamins and minerals.

Caring cosmetics based on extracts of white and red wine, oil and grape seeds are recommended for owners of sensitive, dehydrated, and also prone to irritation and flaking skin. It has anti-stress, tonic, moisturizing, nourishing and regenerating effects.

Beauty salons offer hardware procedures for healing and refreshing the skin of the face using cosmetics containing grape extracts and wine. The session begins with light electrical stimulation of the facial muscles, after which a wine mask with a lifting effect is applied, and then a mask for deep cleansing. At the end of the procedure, a nourishing cream containing grape seed oil is applied to the face.

How is wine used in cosmetology?
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Several beneficial procedures are performed to awaken the skin of the whole body:

  • detoxifying body wrap using a composition based on white or red wine;
  • soft peeling with grape seeds;
  • hot tub with red or white wine;
  • wine and honey wrap and anti-cellulite massage with grape seed oil;
  • bathing in a wine barrel;
  • full body massage with fresh grapes.

Wine therapy for beauty and relaxation has practically no contraindications, with the exception of psoriasis, acute dermatitis and pregnancy.

At home, you can pamper yourself with several options for face masks.

Moisturizing peach-wine. Mash one medium peach with a fork, add two tablespoons of red wine to it and stir. Apply the resulting mixture to your face, soak for 20 minutes, and then rinse with warm water.

Toning from fresh grapes… Separate ten small berries from the bunch and mash. Massage gently onto face for a peeling effect. Rinse off after 15 minutes.

How is wine used in cosmetology?
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Nutritious grape-honey… Mix one and a half tablespoons of honey with five fresh grapes. Apply this mass on face and neck for 15 minutes, and then rinse thoroughly with warm water.

Mask for dry skin… Beat the yolk of one chicken egg lightly. Add a tablespoon of sour cream and two tablespoons of wine to it. Apply the thoroughly mixed mass to the face and relax. After 20 minutes, rinse off the formula with warm water and then rinse your face with cold water.

Mask for oily skin… Add two tablespoons of wine and one teaspoon of lemon juice to the beaten egg white, stir. Apply to face in several layers. Wait until the cosmetic mask is completely dry and rinse it off with water at room temperature.

Never forget that wine in minimal doses is a source of pleasure and beauty stimulant, and in large doses it is a dangerous poison. Be beautiful and healthy!

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