Grape Masks: Moisturizers and Anti-Wrinkles

Grape Masks
The vine is native to Asia Minor and at present its cultivation is widespread in many countries. Its fruit, the grape, has been known since antiquity.

The grapes contain a large amount of antioxidants, which, together with the re-energizing effect of the polyphenols, procyanidols and anthocyanosides, give the skin vitality, energy and protection against skin aging. The vine leaves, clap-shaped, are light green. From branches, leaves tendrils, which are used by the plant to hold as it extends, like a vine.

In addition, these elements contribute to improve peripheral blood circulation. For this reason, the masks of grapes are very suitable for the problems of cuperosis.

Also, polyphenols prevent breakage of elastin and collagen fibers thus avoiding stretch marks.

Red wine is used as an astringent toner and also to reduce swelling and is the basis of wine therapy.
Here are 2 recipes of natural beauty with grapes

1.Moisturizing face mask with grapes


-5 grapes (without seeds or skin)
-3 teaspoons of cornstarch
-1 tablespoon of fine oats

Mode of application:

-Step on the grapes and add the cornstarch and oats. Mix until obtaining a homogeneous paste.
-Apply gently on the neck, and face and massage in a circular fashion. Leave on for 10 minutes and remove with warm water.

2.Anti-aging mask for dry skin


-5 large grapes (without seed or skin)
-1 tablespoon honey

Mode of application:

-Whisk the ingredients thoroughly until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Apply on face and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and then cool.
-The soothing, healing and nourishing elements of honey combine with the anti-aging effects of the grapes.


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