Beauty Benefits of Champagne
3rd January 2016
If you have happen to have a little bit of leftover Champagne after New Year’s Eve, why not try these bubbly beauty treatments? Champagne has health benefits when drunk, but it can also improve your skin and hair.
Champagne can make a great hair treatment – not as a drink, but actually applied to your hair! Mix half a cup of leftover Champagne with half a cup of hot water and pour it evenly on to your hair after shampooing. Let it soak while you’re getting ready, then rinse. Your hair will be silky and smooth!
Champagne can actually act as a toner and help clear skin. The antioxidants found in Champagne detoxify the skin and helps keep oily skin from getting breakouts. Soak a little bit of Champagne to a cotton pad and wipe across your face.
As an added bonus, Champagne also contains polyphenols which help reduce redness and inflammation when you drink it!
The carbon dioxide bubbles in Champagne act as an exfoliator for dry skin. To get the most benefit, pour a glass of bubbly into a hot bubble bath. Before you get in, you can rub your skin with a salt scrub to help increase circulation.
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