Is Red Wine the Best New Ingredient for Flawless Skin? These 5 Supplements Suggest Just That

Laura Dern by Juergen Teller

Wine isn’t typically on a dermatologist’s prescription pad, but the grapes are actually full of antioxidants like resveratrol, which can have a positive impact on everything from wrinkles to heart health. Enter the ingestible: a way to give your skin all the benefits that red wine can offer, without the sugar, calories, or accompanying dehydration. On red wine day, we compiled a guide to the best supplements on the market that do just that. Cheers!


Caudalie ingestible supplements, which reduce wrinkles and protect skin from free radicals from the inside out, include some potent ingredients, including grape seed, borage, and evening primrose oils.

Caudalie Vinexpert Dietary Supplement, $18,


Hum regularly teams up with the Nutrition Department at UC Davis in formulating their health-promoting supplements. The collagen love supplements include resveratrol, amongst a host of other good-for-you ingredients like vitamin C and hyaluronic acid.

Hum Collagen Love, $40,


Finland-sourced lingonberry is a great antioxidant booster for those who prefer to add something to a smoothie or tea. The inflammation fighter also is an easy alternative to turmeric.

Nordic Lingonberry Powder, $19,


German dermatologist Dr. Barbara Sturm took the anti-inflammatory, anti-oxdiant, and nutritive properties of purslane, and added Japanese knotweed root for its resveratrol to activate telomerase enzymes in the body. She dubs this skin food the “fountain of youth.”

Dr. Barbara Sturm Skin Food, $95,


Health Force took every beauty food know to feed the skin–grapes, turmeric, green team blueberries–and packed them in what is one every extreme aide for cells, and skin, that act younger.

Health Force Antioxidant Extreme, $32,