The first skincare range to feature resveratrol from English wine.
More and more the beauty industry is starting to use wine in beauty products. Why? Because of the antioxidants and anti-ageing properties found in the skin of red grapes.
The key anti-ageing ingredient, specific to wine, is resveratrol, which is extracted from the crushed pulp leftover from making wine.
The story behind the new M&S Pure Super Grape range is particularly interesting because they recycle the grape pulp used to make their own M&S English Pinot Noir wine (down at the beautiful Chapel Down Winery in Kent).
The range includes day cream, night cream, eye cream, face serum and overnight oil treatment, which also contain echinacea and peptides to help improve skin tone as well as boost hydration.
A note to those with sensitive or allergy-prone skin: all the products in the range are free from artificial colours, synthetic fragrance, parabens, silicones and mineral oil.
Available now in store and from marksandspencer.com.