1.Helps Your Hair
For silky and shiny hair, work wine into your usual cleansing routine. In place of a hair mask, give your hair a final rinse in red wine. Shampoo and condition your hair as usual and use red wine as a final rinse. Antioxidants in wine like bioflavonoids aide in keratin growth and can protect against keratin degradation.
2. Wine Body Scrub
Some believe red wine improves blood circulation, and when mixed with a gentle exfoliant (like sugar) and honey (to moisturize and soothe), you’ll have the prescription for perfect skin.
3. Minimize Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Enjoy your wine worry (and wrinkle)-free. Polyphenols protect the skin from UV light and keep it elastic. It also strengthens the cross-linking of collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
4. Use as a Skin Toner
For clear, smooth, and soft skin swap spirits for your standard toner. Soak cotton balls in red wine or decant wine into a mini spray bottle and spritz onto your skin. Massage the vintage in with your fingertips to rejuvenate your skin
5.Helps in the Healing Process
The flavonoids in wine can soothe inflamed tissues, so if you’re especially banged up, try applying wine to bad bruises for additional aide.
6. Treat Your Feet
Treat your tootsies to something soothing, like a wine footbath. The polyphenols that come from the skin and seeds of red wine grapes can be beneficial to your skin.
7.Create your own Dye
A burgundy wine brings you a rich red hue or adds body to brunettes and darker-haired ladies. To create a temporary color, mix wine with cocoa powder until it achieves a paste. Using care (it will stain skin), apply and leave on for 15 minutes. Rinse well and shampoo and condition as normal.
8. Soak in an Anti–Aging Bath
It’s believed that the powerful antioxidants in the fermented grapes may firm and increase your skin’s elasticity. Pour one glass of wine straight into your bath one to two times a week and soak for 30 minutes to get the anti-aging and skin-smoothing benefits you desire.
9.Give yourself a Home Facial
Apply red wine to your skin for a DIY facial mask to get the same skin-firming results as with the bath.