Booze Your Way To Younger-Looking Skin With This New Gin


By Cooking Panda

If you are somebody who has ever indulged in a glass or two — or three… or four… — of alcohol, chances are you’ve also been hit with the notorious little morning-after experience called the hangover. For those who have not yet had the distinct pleasure, here are some of the symptoms you can look out for after a night of boozing to determine whether your time has come.

Baby’s First Hangover Checklist:

  • Headache? √
  • Nausea? √
  • A handful of blurry regrets? √
  • Gross skin? Well…

Not necessarily.

Now, thanks to a UK-based company called Bompas & Parr, a new, collagen-infused alcoholic drink is on the market that will reportedly stop your skin from aging, reports Mashable.

Yes, really.

Priced at almost $51 a bottle, the 80-proof drink (which is called “Anti-aGin”, har dee har har) claims to be chock-full of chamomile, tea tree, and other ingredients believed to help preserve young-looking skin, and reverse the aging process.

The spirit comes from Warner Leisure Hotels, which commissioned Bompas & Parr to concoct this wrinkle-blasting elixir.

“The ingredients were specifically chosen due to their revitalizing qualities, including healing sun-damage, being rich in minerals, inhibiting scar formation and to help smooth cellulite,” reads the Warner blog.

Additional collaborator Nicky Hambleton-Jones (from the hit TV show 10 Years Younger) says of the drink: “…it’s the alcoholic equivalent of a facial. I’ll drink to that!”

If the claims are to be believed, it appears alchemists Bompas & Parr may have actually provided us with a literal fountain of boozy youth. Of course, the only true way to test out the remarkable claims is through sampling the drink for yourself. If you happen to be staying at one of the 13 Warner Leisure Hotels in the UK, you can find the cocktail offered at the bar. For the rest of us, the gin can be purchased online at Drink Supermarket

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Sources: Warner Leisure Hotels, Mashable / Image Credit: Warner Leisure Hotels

Tags: alcohol, Bompas & Parr, gin, UK, warner leisure hotels
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