Conditioning and soothing
The Vitis vinifera grape is thought to have been growing wild throughout the world long before the arrival of humans. Our most common grape is one of the oldest cultivated plants.
Grapes are a good source of vitamins A, C and B, and they are packed with minerals, too. To make our vine leaf infusion, we add the vine leaves to boiled water. We then strain the mixture and add it to our products. Grape vine leaves are edible and are used as a wrapper in Greek and Middle Eastern cooking, as well as to wrap some French cheeses. Vine leaves contain beneficial nutrients and flavonoids. Eating the leaves and extracts made from them may improve circulation. Vine leaf extracts are used in various health supplements for this reason. When applied topically, vine leaf infusion can condition the skin.