By Drishti Kumar
We all know that champagne is the world’s most famous sparkling wine and is associated with celebrations. Since it is mostly made with a blend of different grapes, it is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, and has amazing health benefits. However, apart from the health benefits, we can use this miracle drink to solve our skin and hair issues too. So, today the sole purpose of writing this article is to enlighten all you amazing ladies about the beauty benefits that champagne has to offer and how you can avail maximum benefits from it. Let’s hop onto the article without wasting any more time.
Smooth and silky hair
Dilute champagne with warm water in a bottle and spray it on your hair shaft after you shampoo and condition your hair. Wrap your hair in a shower cap and let the champagne sit on it for some time then blow dry your hair and style them as you normally do. This treatment will seal your cuticles, add some volume, provide a boost of shine and will also make your luscious locks smell amazing. A win-win deal, right?
Bright and glowy complexion
Another great feature of champagne is that it makes an excellent toner for oily-skinned beauties. The reason behind this is that champagne is made out of grapes which are naturally rich in antioxidants, Vitamin E and Vitamin C. It is capable of providing a natural lustre to the skin and can easily replace your drugstore toners if used once a week (using alcohol-based toner too often can dry out your skin). To use champagne like a toner, dilute it with some rosewater in a 1:1 ratio, soak a cotton pad in this mixture and dab lightly all over the face. Moisturise your face and neck after this ritual for optimum results.
Relax in bubble bath
Apart from drinking champagne while soaking in the bathtub after a long day, another great way to use it is by adding it to your bath with/without your regular bathtub products. Champagne bath is a great way to detoxify and exfoliate your body as it contains a good quantity of carbon dioxide which helps in washing away all the dead cells. However, don’t forget to follow up with body oils and body creams.
Champagne can soothe irritated and red skin bumps because of its high polyphenol content. So, sip on an extra glass today girlies or you can even try a spot treatment with cotton bulbs.
Fights free radicals
A glass of bubbly champagne has antioxidants that are at least 20 to 50 times more powerful than Vitamin C and Vitamin E, hence they help in protecting skin’s elasticity and keeping it wrinkle-free. Studies show that antioxidants in champagne protect the skin and prevent ageing. That’s the primary reason why many spas and salons these days are providing wine facials. As an added bonus, champagne can also restore collagen and elastic fibres in the skin. You can make an oatmeal-champagne face pack and apply it on your face for 15-20 minutes for superior results. This treatment will take off dead skin cells and reveal the best of your skin forward.
Champagne is a super effective astringent for oily-skinned people who are prone to acne and zits. It is naturally antiseptic and is capable of tightening pores, stop and cut down infections.
That will be all for today, girls. Hope you found this useful. See you all another time! 🙂
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