The high-street brand has developed the first natural skin product collection using resveratrol - an anti-oxidant found in red grapes known for its anti-ageing benefits - and in doing this, it's also one of the first retailers to recycle the pulp from their own brand wines.
Essentially this means putting Pinot Noir grapes on your face - but it's for good reason. Resveratrol is brilliant at neutralising damage from free-radicals and this 'pure super grape' formula has been clinically proven to boost hydration for up to 12 hours.
For me, the best thing about this collection is it's natural. The ingredients have been responsibly sourced in Britain and even the packaging is eco-friendly.
It's kind on sensitive skin types too. After one application of the day cream, my complexion felt softer and smoother, plus it kept my makeup in place all day long.
Other products in the range include a radiance-boosting serum, a night cream, an eye cream and an overnight treatment oil and although they look and feel luxe, they come without the super expensive price tag.
The day cream comes in a dainty 50ml bottle too - perfect for taking away with you if you're travelling this summer.
To see the range in full, visit marksandspencer.com/beauty where Pure Super Grape is available from £12 - £16.
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