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  • n. Plural form of grapeseed.


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  • Another winner: quiet, slightly sweet green leaves, grapeseeds, earth and very arid wood.

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  • The company's products boast stabilized polyphenols from grapeseeds as a way to combat free radicals in the skin, and extracts from vine stalks promise to promote radiance and treat dark spots.


  • Mathilde Thomas, founder of French skin-care brand Caudalie, has a half-dozen uses for grape byproducts, including vine sap, used to lighten dark spots; vine stalks, which contain the anti-aging molecule resveratrol; grapeseeds, for their antioxidant polyphenols; and moisturizing grape water, which is extracted after grapes are pressed but before the liquid is fermented.

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