Resveratrol and Quercetin increase hydration and reduces redness and itchy skin. These properties restore the skin barrier resulting in stronger and more electricity to our skin when resveratrol and quercetin are present, prevention is the key to protecting our skin from environmental damage.
An added benefit to wine soap is the grapeseed's green tint that is called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is important to plant matter and is equally important to human blood. Chlorophyll is an antioxidant that can support and nourish epithelium/skin cells. This also encourages damaged tissue to regenerate and restore the skin's moisture-retention capacity.
- A spot treatment for acne
- High in antioxidants
- Reduces sagginess of the skin
- It prevents the appearance of fine lines
- Anti-aging ingredients
California Zin Wine Resveratrol & Quercetin
Wine’s properties, resveratrol, and quercetin are anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial; they increase hydration and strengthens cells. Strong cells are called good genes, and everyone can have good genes.
The herb Kamala is an anti-parasitic herb that fights against skin infestation of parasites. Kamala detoxifies the skin of bacterial like cellulitis, a skin infection that can start with eczema. Kamala also protects against viral skin infections like shingles. Fights fungal skin infections of Athlete's Feet and scabies. To mention a few.
4oz / 113g
- Coconut Oil
- Olive Oil
- Castor Oil
- Almond Oil
- Grapeseed Oil
- Blended essential oils
- Vin rose Wine
- Mallotus Philippensis/Kamala Powder
- Kaolin Clay
- Distilled Water
- Food-grade Sodium Hydroxide
Coconut oil creates a creamy lather in soap, it can be used on hair as a conditioner; creating radiant and healthy hair. Olive, Almond, Grapeseed, and Castor Oil, are super oils that protect from the sun’s harmful rays, retain glow, tighten skin, and treat acne. These super oils contain Vitamins B, E, K and are sun blockers. Kaolin clay is the oldest clay used in many personal hygiene products. It is gentle and stimulates circulation to areas of the application without over-drying. Food-grade sodium hydroxide is a strong alkaline compound that is used for the process of saponifying soap; it is used in food processing like curing olives, toothpaste, and giving shine to German Bagels. It is this same lye, that turns oils into soap. When an acid and a base (oil/fat) combine they neutralize each other and make a salt called “Soap”.