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Vinésime launches Vine Elixir derived from Pinot Noir grape
07 Jan 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
According to Vinésime, the grape-derived ingredients are extremely rich in polyphenols
We launched this product because skin health and complexion also depend on nutrition, as well as topical treatments
– Édouard Damidot
Luxury French vino-cosmetics brand Vinésime has unveiled a nutricosmetic – named Vine Elixir – designed to nourish and protect the skin from the inside and out.

Powered by active ingredients, the new ingestible works inside the body to target the space where the epidermis' begins its ageing process.

Vine Elixir’s formula brightens and protects the skin by harnessing the powers of concentrated grape marc extract of Pinot Noir grapes, sourced from the heart of the prestigious vineyards of Burgundy.

Édouard Damidot, Vinésime co-founder, explained: "We launched this product because skin health and complexion also depend on nutrition, as well as topical treatments.

“To achieve 360-degree beauty, care must be taken both inside and out – because these things are complementary and inseparable.”

According to Vinésime, the grape-derived ingredients are extremely rich in polyphenols, which act as a natural shield against time and other skin aggressors.

As an anti-ageing concentrate with multivitamins, the formula also crucially contributes to the creation of collagen.

Rich in targeted active ingredients such as grape marc and wheat lipid extract, Vine Elixir improves skin's appearance, hydration, firmness and elasticity and protects cells from oxidant stress.
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