Bubble Left nav

Do wine lovers age better?

by timetospa September 9, 2011
Do wine lovers age better?

Can't imagine dinner without a glass of your favorite fermented drink? You might not only be indulging your senses, but helping your body age better as well.

According to a study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women's hospital, middle-aged women who drank a glass of alcohol a day had a 50 percent chance of growing older healthily than women who never consumed alcohol or only did so on occasion.

Keep in mind, this isn't an excuse to overindulge! Drinking large amounts of your go-to cocktail can actually accelerate signs of aging, like sagging skin. To keep your complexion young and fresh, stick to no more than one margarita when possible.

Your beauty routine shouldn't stop there. Make sure to incorporate an anti-aging skin cream into your daily regimen. Purchase high-quality formulas, such as La Thérapie's Intensive Hydration Cream, which is designed for all skin types, so even if you have the most sensitive of coverings, it won't cause irritation. This cream is saturated with nutrients that will defend your skin from free radicals and foster a youthful glow. 

share this article

be in-the-know
Sign up to receive our eNewsletters
for the latest launches & promotions.
need help?
Call us today to place an order by phone or for assistance.

about us
About timetospa
Customer Service
Gift Cards
Join The Product Review Panel!
Corporate Gifting
timetospa Returns
Cruise Returns
Shipping Info
Site Map
Bookmark this site

our brands
California Sun Glow
EnduraStep by GoodFeet
La Thérapie
Laboratoire Remède
Mandara Spa

privacy & terms
Contact Us
Live Chat
Join The Product Review Panel!
Mobile Site
Privacy Policy
Terms of Use

follow us
like timetospa on facebook follow timetospa on twitter follow timetospa on google+ follow timetospa on pinterest watch timetospa on youtube watch timetospa on youtube watch timetospa on youtube

select country

McAfee SECURE sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams