Marks & Spencer uses wine to help the battle against ageing

Marks & Spencer have been scouting a new ingredient to use in their anti-ageing range and they found it somewhere we can’t imagine looking, a glass of wine.

Their Pure Super Grape range features the grape pulp that’s a by-product of M&S’s own English wines rammed with anti-ageing anti-oxidants.

The natural skincare range uses resveratrol from English grapes to help fight against the signs of ageing.

The five-strong anti-ageing range is the result of a unique extraction process after years of collaborative research with scientists from a leading British university, resulting in a more stabilised form of resveratrol.

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Resveratrol, a natural molecule found in the outer skins of red grapes, has protective anti-ageing properties and is a potent anti-oxidant helping to neutralise free radical damage. Together with Echinacea and peptides, Pure Super Grape takes these three powerful active ingredients to form a “Defend and Restore” complex which has been proven to provide up to 90% protection against free radicals. Combining the best natural ingredients with all the high performance benefits of a scientifically developed skincare product, Pure Super Grape is clinically proven to improve skin radiance and even out skin tone as well as boost hydration for 12 hours. The result is a brighter, more revitalised and youthful complexion.

Pure Super Grape, which includes Day Cream, Night Cream, Eye Cream, Face Serum and Overnight Treatment Oil, will be available exclusively in M&S stores and online from July 2014.

 

 

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