Grape Seed

Grape seed extract

The details

Commonly found in: *Vitis vinifera (*grapes).

Our sourceVitis vinifera, seeds

Dosage (The Daily): 180mg of standardized grape seed extract (Enovita)

Supplier: Indena S.p.A (Italy)

Unique Features: Our grape seed extract is meticulously crafted from the seeds of wine grapes through a process that involves gentle grinding followed by water-based extraction. We've chosen to collaborate with Indena, an esteemed Italian company renowned for its 40 years of expertise in producing grape seed extract. Our grape seed extract undergoes a rigorous standardization process, ensuring that it contains over 95% proanthocyanidins, the key beneficial compounds found in grape seeds.

Understanding the Benefits

Purpose: Grape seed extract, derived from the seeds of wine grapes, is a polyphenol-rich compound abundant in proanthocyanidins, potent antioxidants that not only support heart health by promoting healthy cholesterol levels and reducing oxidative stress but also offer remarkable benefits for your skin.

The proanthocyanidins in grape seed extract contribute to enhanced skin quality and complexion. Their antioxidant properties help protect your skin from free radical damage, which can lead to premature aging and a dull complexion. Regular supplementation with grape seed extract has been associated with more radiant, youthful-looking skin, making it a valuable addition to your skincare regimen.

The Research

There are 770+ published papers looking into grape seed extract, both how works and what it can be used for. Take a dive into the research to see what the science says. Below are three papers to get you started.

** Grape Seed Extract Positively Modulates Blood Pressure and Perceived Stress: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Volunteers. Nutrients. 2021 Feb 17;13(2):654

** Oral intake of proanthocyanidin-rich extract from grape seeds improves chloasma. Phytother Res. 2004 Nov;18(11):895-9.

** Cholesterol-lowering activity of the major polyphenols in grape seed. Molecules. 2011 Jun 17;16(6):5054-61.