Circumference Launches Moisturizer Made From Grape Waste
Produced in partnership with family-owned winery Bedell Cellars.
Minimizing the environmental impact of the new product, Circumference partnered with family-owned winery and vineyard Bedell Cellars. The farm is providing Circumference with grape leaves — a byproduct of the wine-making process that is typically discarded — from its harvests. The brand collects Bedell’s unwanted grape leaves and extracts their high concentration of skin-benefitting antioxidants, powerful key ingredients in the brand’s newly unveiled Active Restorative Moisturizing Cream.
Thanks to the power of wine waste, the daily moisturizer helps heal damaged skin and reduce inflammation. Vitamins A and K, both antioxidants, reduce redness and polyphenols (micronutrients found in red wine) provide additional skin-calming benefits. Gentle exfoliants including malic acid, a naturally occurring alpha hydroxy acid, help promote skin cell turnover.
Circumference’s Active Restorative Moisturizing Cream retails for $120 USD at the Circumference website.