Drink This Gin to Fight Wrinkles
Food| | By Lauren Boudreau
Nowadays people will do just about anything to keep from getting older, or at least appear from getting older. Anti-aging beauty regimens, Botox, and even collagen-enriched foods are common tools for fighting wrinkles.
But what about alcohol?
While it’s not considered an anti-aging tool, it’s now being made into one.
Introducing Anti-AGin: the collagen-rich, age-defying gin – or so it’s marketed as.
The gin was commissioned by Warner Leisure Hotels and created by Bompas & Parr, a culinary research and food design group. According to drinksupermarket.com, where the drink is being sold, Anit-AGin contains “a host of age-defying botanicals” and combines them with “drinkable collagen.” They call it “the alcoholic equivalent of a facial.”
Collagen is the protein that makes your skin firm and taught. We lose collagen gradually as we get older, causing wrinkles, so it’s no wonder why people crave collagen-rich products.
Anti-AGin can be bought here, though it is currently sold out and doesn’t come cheap. One bottle goes for about $50.