Vine-therapy and the great benefits of grapes

vine therapy skincare products

Vine-therapy and the great benefits of grapes

The science behind using grape stems, skins and seeds for vine therapy has been around since ancient times. Today vine-therapy has evolved and been refined, d‘vine skincare products contain high concentrations of ingredients extracted from grapes and wines. Red wine contains numerous antioxidants that help to protect us from disease. They also have polyphenols that have a beneficial effects on our circulation system and help the immune response against viruses and bacteria.

D’vine skincare products are full of polyphenols, antioxidants, resveratrol and many more nutrients that work to revitalize and replish your skin. Skin becomes soft and smooth while circulation is greatly improves the active elements in grapes. The sweet sensual scent of d’vine products also refreshes your mind. The d’vine line of skin care products was created by a doctor to fill a need in the skin care industry for medical grade natural vine therapy products. The natural scents only add to the highly effective and sophisticated product line.

d’vine skincare products are always Paraben free! We encourage you to have healthy skin by only using chirally-correct natural extracts. And the amount of natural antioxidants contained in the d’vine products means they don’t contain chemical preservatives either.

Look though the following links to learn all about the benefits of vine therapy skin care products and its ingredients pharmacie pour viagra.

British Journal of Dermatology
“Topical vitamins, minerals and botanical ingredients as modulators of environmental and chronological skin damage…”

“Anti-tumor-promoting activity of a polyphenolic fraction isolated from grape seeds in the mouse skin…”

American Association for Cancer Research
“Fruits Offer Powerful Protection from Skin Cancer”

ACS Publications
“Grape Polyphenol Resveratrol and the Related Molecule 4-Hydroxystibene Induce Growth Inhibition…”

Journal of Investigative Dermatology
“How to Prevent Photoaging?”

New York Times June 4, 2008
“New Hints Seen That Red Wine May Slow Aging” 

Fortune, February 23 2007
“Drink Wine and Live Longer”