Why You Need To Add Resveratrol To Your Skincare Vocabulary

by Stephanie Montes

If you’ve ever fantasized about wine and chocolate being the secret to aging gracefully you need fantasize no more. There happens to be a little skincare marvel known as resveratrol, a special type of antioxidant found in the skin of red grapes and cocoa that works as a defense against free radicals. When applied topically, it helps promote the skin’s production of natural hyaluronic acid, leaving your complexion more hydrated and plump (translation: younger-looking skin and a dewy, youthful glow). Here, we’ve gathered our favorite ways to incorporate this gem into your routine for days when popping bottles and eating all the chocolate isn’t feasible.


Resveratrol Roundup


Brighten skin and defend against free radicals with this resveratrol-packed gentle exfoliating foaming scrub.

Eye Treatment

Create a visibly firmer appearance around the eye area and fight free-radical skin damage with this organic serum.

Lip Mask

This product is said to provide antioxidant benefits equivalent to 15 glasses of red wine, sans the sugar and added calories (and the consequential hangover).


Apply this moisture-binding treatment to nourish and replenish dry, dehydrated and tired skin.


The resveratrol content in this luxurious formula is derived from grapes and supports natural hyaluronic acid production.


Skin-nourishing benefits help soothe, calm and protect from environmental aggressors.


Sometimes your regular routine needs a little something extra. Add one to two drops of this antioxidant booster to your go-to moisturizer for an added surge of hydration.


This beauty cocktail contains the resveratrol content of 26,000 red grapes and encourages cell renewal.