Leftover Red Wine For Supple Skin Shiny Hair More

Red wines are delicious and can be used for body enhancements inside and out. They are good for the blood and body when not used in excess. Red wine is great with dark meets and vegetables and can turn a romantic dinner to an elegant memory aided with the use of candles and or roses. Sometimes, there is left over wine that sometimes you may want to throw away. Well, not any more.

Red wine has components that carries yeast factors which help with rising in foods and plumping of the skin when applied to it. You can use it

for both cold and hot dishes and even on dark hair to help enhance softness. Obviously one can go out and buy a bottle to use any of these tips, but why not use leftover red wine for these ideas?

The quickest way to make use of left over red wine is to put it in the freezer inside ice trays. Pour red wine into ice trays and cover with a plastic wrap to keep
the wine from freezer burn. Use these cubes for putting into drinks for flavor if you make a punch at a later date or even for cooking. Just pop them out as you need and into a recipe, dish or drink.

Run a full tub of water and add the left over red wine to the bath water. The yeast factor in the wine will help plump the skin temporarily as well as add softness to the skin. No need to worry about staining the skin or the scent of wine on the body, it will not since it is diluted with water. For added shine to dark hair, soak the hair with the wine for a rinse. Saturate the hair cover for a few minutes. Wash out and continue with your conditioner.


2012 Sharon L. West


Article Written By Sharon L. West

I am a Master Certified Health and Wellness Coach from a well-known and established Scientific Approach program. In my daily work, I serve as an Executive Corporate Training Trainer, Community Health Worker and Master Coach. Members will remember me as a a dedicated and sincere, former ExpertsColumn's editor and moderator. Welcome to my pages. Posting new material soon........ Sharon L. West, MCHC

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