Don’t let that leftover Champagne go to waste.

You can use your leftover bottles of Champagne in a variety of DIY beauty treatments.

Mimosa Bath Soak

Enjoy the exfoliating benefits of champagne in a luxurious bath soak. The combination of champagne and sweet orange will slough away dead skin, remineralize your skin, increase circulation, improve your complexion and kill bacteria. Tartaric acid in champagne helps reduce discoloration and fine lines and lightens skin. Orange Oil promotes collagen production combating wrinkles and dark spots; its main ingredient Limonene is a powerful antioxidant that helps slow the rate of UV damage.

1 cup Champagne

1 cup Water

6 crops of Sweet Orange Essential Oil

Combine all ingredients in a bowl, swirl around to mix. Fill you tub and add entire mixture. Soak for at least 15-20 minutes.

Mimosa Body Scrub

¼ cup of Coconut Oil, melted

1 cup of Sugar

½ cup Champagne

6 drops of Sweet Orange Oil

Combine all ingredients, mix well. Add more sugar if needed for a thicker consistency, but please mix to your preferred consistency. Can be stored in airtight container for no more than a week.

To use: apply to dry skin, this will insure the product does not rinse off right away rub with hand. Rinse with warm water, apply moisturizer after. Your skin will feel silky smooth. Can use up to 3 times a week.

Can be used before Mimosa Bath Soak for maximum results. 

Sweet Champagne Facial Mask

Champagne contains resveratrol and tartaric acid both being powerful antioxidants that will help combat environmental damage. Cocoa is also a nutrient packed antioxidant and will help to minimize pores and even out skin tone. Great for all skin types.

1 tablespoon Champagne

3 tablespoon Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

Mix well and apply to face. For a thinner consistency add more champagne, but please mix to your preferred consistency. Leave on for 5-10 min remove with a warm towel*, tone and moisturize.

*We recommend washing face mask off in shower to avoid staining towels.

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