Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning vinotherapy and the smart cycle.
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Learn about Vinotherapy and Smart Cycle Fancy a chardoneigh or a caberneigh? Scrub that is, you used to order wines like this by the glass, now you order the full body treatment. Vinotherapy uses the left over from wine production as ingredients in spa treatments, it's time to soak the day away and let someone else do the hard work as your Vinotherapist crushes a scoopful of grape seeds in a mortar and pestle and mixes them with some grape seed oil. Grape seeds are rich in polyphenal antioxidants. It's the perfect exfoliating scrub for tired neglected skin. Add to that, honey and pure sea salt and you have an elixir for younger softer skin. You slip off in a blissful sleep as the therapist massages the grapey paste into your back and shoulders, aromatic oils will null you into an afternoon nap, you deserve it. Blood flow will be encouraged to the proliferates of your body. You’re emphatic system will be manually drained, just lie back and take it, it's all good, you’ve been overworked and now it's time to play. Grape vines endure for centuries, bearing fruits season after season, if you could harness the longevity of the grapevine, bottle it and sell it, people would line up for miles, as indeed they do. Next it's time for a chardoneigh facial, feel pampered as the therapist gently spreads a smooth mask across your face; fine feathered light strokes work the mixture into your skin. After a day in the treatment room it's time to relax with a glass of wine. Drinking a robust red will deliver a jolt of antioxidant into your system. Damaging free radicals beware, these polyphenals will kill off any potential cancer causing scavengers, and if you’d like to take a bit of Vinotherapy home with you, French cosmetic company has released a range of vitamin-C and E rich potions for your benefit. The Vit-C will probably just sit on the top of your skin as it's not that soluble and can’t be absorbed but the other ingredients might give your skin a fighting chance for beauty. Exfoliate, cleanse and tone and moisture with it, look out for the beauty elixir inspired by Queen Isabella of Hungary skin potions. Vinotherapy first started in the wine growing areas of Spain, Italy, and France where people would retreat themselves and indulge. It's quickly spreading all over the world from the USA to Australia and New Zealand, anywhere good wines are made. It's an unavoidable fact; children and technology are going to have a lot more to do with each other in the future, at school and recreationally. Here is yet another way information technology designers are thinking ahead and trying to curve the childhood obesity trend that is indelibly linked with stationary pursuits such as computer games. The smart cycle definitely gets the little ones moving as they paddle their way through a smorgasbord of fun and activities. They can cycle on up to Math Mountain and learn all about numbers steer their way around Shake Lake and collect letters and numbers at Number Field and Letter Creek. And the learning doesn’t stop when the leg muscles give up, when poofed, reach for the joystick, and enjoy an arcade style learning game. And it's pure kid fun you’re after, pick a car in the grand prix and race against the computer, you have to pedal ultra fast for this one, the girls might be more interested in the Dora program. Fisher Price has made this educational learning and exercising center a singe for parents to install, it plugs right into the TV, now there are only the pedals to attach. You might need a degree for that. Break the childhood obesity trend with Smart Cycle. Polyphenals from grape vine stalks is a recently discovered antioxidant with the ability to prevent the formation of dark aged spot pigmentation, check out the quarterly website for more information.