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This Taiwanese Antioxidant Mask Gets Its Power from Wine

 - Jan 27, 2016
References: watsons.sg
Drinking wine is known to bring a blush to the cheeks, but this antioxidant mask from Watsons uses wine in a different way. Rather than being something to consume, wine is an ingredient in this Antioxidant Facial Mask with Red Wine as an agent to combat free radicals.

The individually packaged face masks from Korea are meant to be applied to the surface of the skin so that the rejuvenating properties of the product can take hold with time.

While red wine is used in this face mask for its antioxidant properties, other face masks from Watsons use common food ingredients like brown rice to brighten skin, or ingredients like natto and black pearls for the purposes of soothing skin.